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18 Mar 12 #318847 by shogan
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hi need alittle advice please.

My wife solicitor is filing Petition for Divorce to the courts 29th march unreasonable behavior that I will accept.
We have no kids between us so we have no problems between us on kids.
We have no depts. but joint a mortgage I have made offer to my wife’s solicitor that my wife wants to accept.
The bank is okay to take my wife off the mortgage and my wages allow this I know this is all happening quick but me and my wife agree on this.
Do we get the solicitor to draw up some kind of contract between us and is this the correct way to do this.
We have been married 7 years and are very amicable about this now. My wife has written a letter for me to give the back to agree to remove her from the mortgage. We want to tell the solicitor what we want.

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19 Mar 12 #318868 by LittleMrMike
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You must always remember, your wife''s solicitor is acting for her, not for you.

Yes, any arrangements you make must certainly be incorporated in a Court order. Informal arrangements will not suffice.

But don''t expect your wife''s solicitor to do all the work for both of you. No solicitor would accept instructions on that basis.

Wiki do, I believe, offer a service to help you get such an order at a price which is very competitive,

LMM

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