Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-What is your gross taxable income each year?
-Are the children yours and how old are they?
-How many nights each week, on average, do they stay overnight with you?
-Do you have any other children you provide for or live with you, if so how many?
-What is her income?
Thank you. Based on your information, your legal liability for child maintenance is approximately £1235 per month. You have no obligation to pay more than this for the children and if she were to pursue a court application for a top-up payment, this will fail as your gross income must be be over £156,000pa. Anything you pay above the legal amount is your choice, but she should be aware what your legal obligation is.
In relation to other financial issues, as you were married, and if she has not remarried and there is no court order settling the finances she is entitled to apply to court for financial relief regarding assets and spousal maintenance, but the court will need to undertake a full assessment of both your positions and needs before making a decision.
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