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percentage split what is he entittled to?

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23 Apr 12 #325903 by kmm
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I have to go back to mediation this Friday and am still unclear as to wether he would be entitled to 30% of my savings and 30% of all the equity in the house... please can someone help, Citizens advice weren''t helpful and the solicitor wants another £195 to advise?

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23 Apr 12 #326098 by hadenoughnow
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kmm, it is not a question of entitlement, it is about how to meet the needs of each party and the children ... with PWC and children a priority.
You need to answer the questions about income etc that were posed in my last post please.

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24 Apr 12 #326141 by kmm
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The children are both 3, the house is valued at 285k, remaining mortgage 227k. We lived together for 12 years, have been married for 5. Neither of us have pensions. I receive child benefit, child tax credit and working tax credit totally approx. £700 per month). He had 9k in ISA’s I have 17k in ISA’s. He does not have the children any evenings or weekends and does not pay any maintenance. He has not worked for 6 months and hadn’t claimed jobseekers allowance because he doesn’t want to work. He lives with his parents and had no bills to pay. My income is 1500 per month.

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