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26 May 12 #333119 by julie321
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Could I ask if photographic eveidence of stbx car being at OW house at all times of night and every day be taken as proof of living together?

He is wanting to split assets as if he does not co habit and therefore his needs will be greater. They say they don''t live together so she can claim tax credits for her kids. Apparently he is living with her friend.

This is fraud as far as I am aware and I don''t see why I should subsidise this.

Any advise welcome.

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26 May 12 #333125 by rubytuesday
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Staying overnight at someone else''s house is not proof of co-habitation. Unless that house is his only residence andor he is making a financial contribution to everday household expenditure, then prooving co-habitarion is very difficult.

If he gets wind of these photos you have taken, either yourself or someone has taken them on your behalf, he could claim you are stalking him.

The Tax credits is a separate issue altogether, and I would be careful before you take any further action on what you believe is fraud.

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26 May 12 #333127 by julie321
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Thanks Ruby.

I do not have any photos as yet I was just wondering how to prove co habitation and it looks as thought his is not possible. So he will get what he shouldn''t get because of lying about his circumstances and shw will be able to claim money she is not entitled to. That seems fair.

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26 May 12 #333166 by sillywoman
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Julie - what comes around goes around - leave him to it and just get on with your life.

A lying deceitful person never wins in the end.

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26 May 12 #333173 by maggie
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This might help:
that was right people but wrong appeal -
Try this : www.familylawweek.co.uk/site.aspx?i=ed52974

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