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03 Nov 07 #5813 by twinnytinny
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:angry:I have received a letter from my xwife demanding more maintenance. I already pay her £2000 a month!
I was divorced 4 years ago and am now remarried and have a step son. 2 of my children also live with me.I am very happy and successful. She seems not to have moved on.
The divorce court ordered her to gain employment so i could reduce payments.
She works part time and has only got a job in past 2 months.
My present wife works and earns less than i pay the x.
Some advice please. Am i always to be penalised for my happiness and success.

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