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4 years 7 months ago #468325 by ursuletz
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how can be calculated the "fair" consent order?

after two ears of marriage with no kids the wife left home as a "punishment" :))))

i am 30 she is 25 now

i made all DIY steps up to decree nisi

had some time to try to sort out with consent order
i plan to apply for a mortgage with my new parter that i live together for 16 months already.

now my ex tries to "hold" the prices in order to get some money out of me

what are my legal rights?

how can i sort out this situation in case she is definitely not a reasonable person to talk to.
my income is 30k
she was part time working and studying at one point
during our marriage all living costs where paid by me and i can prove it from my bank statements
we both have a car (both bought by me)
and we have no property
no kids
i have a personal loan of more then 10k that i still pay and some credit cards to pay back

i am looking for a clean break
i don''t need anything just need to have all papers signed so i do not have any problems in the future
she can keep the car and all items i bought for her like pc iPad phone jewels etc
but now she is trying to make me pay for her unhappy life and lost years in marriage (2 years of marriage)
what is the best way of sorting out this divorce to an end?
any ideas?

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4 years 7 months ago #468326 by sulkypants
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Short childless marriage you normally take out what you put in but you want a clean break which actually is the best option.

Have you looked up the term "go away money" which need not be alot a couple of grand possibly you pay the divorce costs.

If you dont obtain a financial order technically she can come back at any time, but the longer she leaves it the weaker her case, and her remarriage ends future claims.

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4 years 7 months ago #468327 by naziam
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As I understood it, future income claims, capital claims would still be open in the event of her remarriage.

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4 years 7 months ago #468328 by ursuletz
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sulkypants wrote:

Short childless marriage you normally take out what you put in but you want a clean break which actually is the best option.

Have you looked up the term "go away money" which need not be alot a couple of grand possibly you pay the divorce costs.

If you dont obtain a financial order technically she can come back at any time, but the longer she leaves it the weaker her case, and her remarriage ends future claims.


never heard about "go away money"
will make a search

so if she remarries which is most likely as she is only 25 now
will she still be able to claim any assets ?

as i plan to engage into a mortgage scheme with my new partner
thank you

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4 years 7 months ago #468329 by sulkypants
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www.wikivorce.com/divorce/Divorce-Advice...orting-finances.html

this is a good example or you could type in remarriage into wiki search engine

but if your going to use search engine also type in

going away money

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4 years 7 months ago #468330 by ursuletz
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sulkypants wrote:

www.wikivorce.com/divorce/Divorce-Advice...orting-finances.html

this is a good example or you could type in remarriage into wiki search engine

but if your going to use search engine also type in

going away money


thx for the tips
the thing is i do not want to pay any money
she does not deserve any p at all
my life was a night mare
and i would rather spend money on solicitors then pay her any money

i do work hard
i have the personal loan to cover and i need to get the mortgage

it comes to a point where it is principle
i guess this sometimes has its costs

but does she really have any legal rights for any payments?

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4 years 7 months ago #468335 by sulkypants
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Sorry can I just make a point of saying and ask the question just to get more clarification on this one matter, but please fo not waste your time your money on a matter of principal.

its a waste of time energy and money divorce laws are pretty much established, I have no idea what has gone on in the past and to be honest you may very well be able to ignore any demands or requests she sends you unless its via a solicitor/court.

You want to move on with you life, can your ex? Do they have dependant chikdren, even if they are not yours, what about her accomadation, are there needs met, does she have the furniture, etc that is needed to live there such as bedding washing machine etc.

You probably do not have to offer/give her anything...but if you want the clean break it might be far cheaper than paying a solicitor who will happily take your money I hasten to add get a consent order drawn up and know the matter has been dealt with.

If the only advice you learn from this is please do not waste your money fighting over principals as the laws have already been established and yes I agree at 25 she will most likely remarry, but it will be a ticking timebomb until she does.

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