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22 Aug 12 #351152 by Jen2011
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Has anyone come across a situation whereby they have seen a alimony agreement put in place that has monthly money halfed but with a future percentage of ex''s bonus to be also paid. I cant afford a lawyer at present, and have complete confidence that my ex will lie again about his income, and attempt to hide the extra income in equity in his partnership, or pension contributions etc. County Court said beyond there power to interveen,i am planning to register Order with Mag Court as first step, can anyone advise if what other options are open to me, thanks :)

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22 Aug 12 #351241 by jonathancj
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I have seen agreements and orders like this. They do need detailed provisions requiring him to disclose various documents and you need to give serious thought to how he could try to divert bonuses and what documents would flush this out. I would think that the magistrates would be fine for a determinate order but I''m not so sure about an order which would vary year on year.

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