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21 Sep 12 #357221 by happy days not
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will a court take into account that my ex has remarried and she has property income and income from wealthy parents ?

ie. will the court look at their joint financial position now they are married ?

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23 Sep 12 #357477 by LittleMrMike
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Well, for a start, it would stop him claiming maintenance against you, for what that might be worth.

His new wife''s property and income cannot be touched. However the fact that he has a new partner living with him might affect the position indirectly, inasmuch that His needs will be reduced because his new wife will be contributing.


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