Hi Clare, 75% in her favour.
Hi Clare, it is 75% in her favour.
There are no dependent children. There is one family home, and no other shared assets. My partner has to buy a new home, her ex lives in a property in which he has one third share, has a further property that he has a third share in - both mortgaged, and a holiday home in negative equity.
My partners £102,000, her ex = £166,000.
My apologies for the confusion. The statement of information is based on her exes share of the properties he owns, and 50% of the FMH. My partners assets are based on 50% of the FMH with no other assets. The proposal of the split 75% to 25% in her favour is based on the fact that his assets are greater and has somewhere to live. I have not increased the value of her assets at this time because they have been presented to the court pending the Judge's decision.
They lived together for 12 years, and have now been separated for 10 years. The divorce will be finalised once the settlement has been agreed.
I have been committed to staying in an entirely different area, and in a few months time I will no longer have that commitment. It is very difficult to explain without giving details. Is this sufficient?
No, it has been submitted and pending approval.