Thank you for your repy.
I have just a few follow up questions:
re your answer #2, is the reason that it would not make any difference because of the fact that she "stepped outside" the marriage first?
re #4, the pension I earned in South Africa was all cashed in and used to finance the move back to the UK. On what part of the pension that I started in the UK would she have a claim to - during the period we were still together in the UK or a percentage of the pension I receive when I retire regardless of how long we have been together in the UK?
My eldest daughter will be twenty one this year and is a good role model to her sister which is the exact opposite of her mother and her brother. Is there a possibility of her gaining custody of our ten year old and how much difference does it make that her sister is still living at home and helping me?
Hi, In my previous follow up question, you did not comment on my question regarding custody of our ten year old?
re the pension: does that mean she will only have a claim to my new pension or will she be able to claim on the old pension as well which was cashed in four years ago and used to finance the move to the UK?
I presume she would not have any claim on my present pension scheme after the date of the divorce?