Thank you Nicola,
I have used your service previously and was happy.
On this occasion your system will not accept my email address for notification. It says the email address I have given is registered to another client. However your system had accepted my money 49euro and has acknowledged receipt to my (same) email address i.e. *****@******.***. Can you sort this in admin for me please.
Regarding your query, on previous occasion with queries for Irish Family Law, "Buachaill" responded.
I will wait a few more days.
Thank you. Edward.
ps please advise re above.
I have sent email to support.
my email address *****@******.***.
ps I await an answer to my query.
hello again. My Query relates to family law in Ireland, specifically divorce court. We are separated 5 years now. We have no agreement in place. My wife wants the judge to make a decision regarding her claim for maintenance. I am of the understanding that only present income details of each are all that the judge will take into consideration when deciding.
Q. Are there mitigating circumstances that can be brought into play on my behalf e.g age difference, or?
Thank you for your reply. Not your fault there has been a delay - in admin system of JustAnswer.
If I may I wish to add more detail to my query to allow you to give a considered opinion. (case study).
We are separated & living apart 5 years. There are no dependent children. I am OAP @67yoa. In questionable health , my income is limited to state pension & small occupational pension. I am 24/7 carer for mother & living in her house. I may have the opportunity of living on in the house after her death not guaranteed at this time.
My wife is 53yoa. Working part-time. (with little income). She has potential to earn more. Neither of us have any savings or assets. No inheritance is expected & there are no life insurance policies. We have some joint debts. I am technically insolvent with debt in excess of 100k, Family home was sold in negative equity (by agreement).
Q. In these circumstances is there anything I can say to sway a decision not to have to pay maintenance from my limited income.
I am a lay litigant - I do not have the funds to engage a solicitor and barrister. Case progression meeting early next month.