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06 Mar 08 #15926 by Paul49sale
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I have just used the calculator and it tells me the value of the assets and the split.

It puts the split as wife 145000 and me 79000. Does that mean we should both walk away with those amounts or are the figures a little wrong? I work out the total value of the assets as being 145000 roughly and my wife holds it all at the moment. So where is my 79000?

I am confused

I can supply copy of the calculator output for anyone interested and able to help


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