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30 Mar 12 #320922 by ALD4
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I am separated and have just started mediation to agree a financial settlement with a view to soon applying for a divorce. My ex has been off work with stress for 5 mths and has just moved in with his new partner. She has considerable assets as she is selling her business she had with her husband.My ex has now announced he is giving up his well paid job to start a new business with her. I have a small income and look after our two children in the matrimonial home. He will have no income for some time and has spent all his savings.He intends to live off her money. will I still be able to get maintenance payments from him, and how will this affect the splitting of our assets (home pension) when the time comes.

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30 Mar 12 #320940 by WYSPECIAL
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It might get you a bigger share of the assets as your need may be more but if he has no, or little, income he wont be able to pay you maintenance.

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