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11 Jan 08 #10490 by juttabeck
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My partner is trying to negotiate financial settlement with his ex, who wants to take the house, his pension, 75% of his salary and my earnings and house.

We have worked out that she can't afford to buy him out of the marital home, although she currently refuses to move.

I have just found out that I am pregnant - is this going to affect their financial settlement? Should we tell his solicitor?

Dispute resolution hearing due to her inability to negotiate at any level is set for the next few weeks.

Any advice?

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11 Jan 08 #10493 by sexysadie
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Your partner's ex has no claim on your earnings or property.

You should tell his solicitor that you are pregnant, just in case. I don't think it is likely to affect the outcome, though. Once the baby is born, it will affect CSA payments if he has other children, as there is a reduction in payments to take account of children residing with him.


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