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Hold on Trust for full beneficiary of ex-wife

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02 Apr 12 #321215 by ahmadsed
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Hi there,

I have thought everything will split 50-50 but
now the court have divided two houses as follow:

1) House no. 1 goes to ex-wife who live with 2 Children over 17 years old base on hold on trust for full beneficiary of ex-wife.

2) House no. 2 to be sold and 66.6% to go to ex-wife and 33.3% to me.

By this, my assets divided such as 84% to ex-wife and 16% to me.

Anybody here believes this can be right? My permission to appeal was refused. Is this Justice?!

How can I withstand this? If I do not sign the documentation of hold on trust, what may happen?

Please help

Best Regards

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02 Apr 12 #321237 by jonathancj
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Your problem is that you''re way out of time to appeal. Why the delay? Why didn''t you attend the hearing? If your figures are correct, this is certainly a highly unusual order but without more information it is impossible to say whether an earlier appeal would have succeeded. It may well have.

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