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Job offer in Dubai, should i go?

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21 May 12 #331983 by dipeshmak
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Can to a settlement after the first court hearing, and she keep the house, and a mesher order was accepted by me, with the clause that if she came up with a agreed figure in the next 12months she can buy me out.

I pay nominal maintaince of £1 per year, + CSA payments for my 7yo daughter.

I have just been offered a very good job in Dubai, tax free, increase in my salary by maybe £30k. Company is Dubai based. So it will be a UAE contract, with salary paid locally.

Can she claim or get any increase to the maintenace that i pay her?

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21 May 12 #332080 by LittleMrMike
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In principle, it is always possible for either party to vary maintenance on the ground of a change in circumstances.

A rise in salary on the scale you mention certainly sounds like the sort of change in circumstances that might justify an increase, but it''s up to her to claim it.

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