No nothing Clare. Solicitor just dealt with the divorce
No havent re-married nor has he.
I work full time and so does he.
We have a daughter who is 15. He pays £400 a month to me to help with finances
Sorry i thought i replied.
No i havent re-married and i dont live with anyone
Full time employment, as is my ex.
We have a daughter whom he pays £400 in maintanance for each month
I earn £21,000 i think he earns aorund £30,000
I started the petiton Clare.
At the time we agreed to him keeping his lump sum so that he and his new partner could find accommodation and that i would kee the property so that i and our 3 children had some where to live. At first he paid the mortage and then at a later date his name was taken off the mortage
I started the petition Clare
We never sought any legal advice at the time i needed to be in the family home as all three of our daughters were under 18. At first he just wanted to pay the mortage but that left me feeling insecure. Eventually a few months later when his term ended withthe Army it was agreed that he would kept the lump sum so that he could make a fresh start and that the house was signed to me once i could get a mortage. At this time the mortgage was around £69 000 and his lump sum which was around 45 000
At the time it would of been valued at around £100 000 this is what lead us to agree the split was fair as the equity was simular to his lump sum from the army.
It is now worth around 140- 150 000 therefore gained some equity.
His army pension is around 10 000 per year
No I started one but d to ill health i havent been able to continue it.
I paid into Local Authority scheme for four years. I had a forecast when i ended it and i think on retirement i will receive around 1000 a year. This is what has highlighted this matter really.