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13 Jul 12 #342886 by liddy
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hi everybody
i recently seperated with my husband after 20 yrs. we agreed a financial settlement 5 months ago and split all bank accounts. i am staying in the home with our two nearly grown up sons and have a mortage in place. i am now in a new relationship which my husband found out about (hes been in a relationship since 2 weeks after leaving if not before). he nows says he rushed into the financial settlement and wants all bank statements etc through solicitors. i had a little bit more money than him although he earns 3x as much as me. im worried that he has blown his savings and is coming after mine, as i have been really careful with mine. any advice would be a help

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