Did you ignore all court papers or did you make a submission. If you couldnt attend, how are you going to deal with appeal? Did you instruct solicitors? Why not?
We need full background please.
hi, i had a little legal help and have wrote to the court myself but i was retired from the fire brigade with post tramatic stress i was never with my ex wife when i was in the fire brigade and was only married for 3 years i am really not coping well and have just been haneded a letter today that states my full pension is to go to her i was in the fire service for 16 years and have recently had my house repossedd everything is going under i need to know if can appeal how to and what is the best legal team to use any help will do as i am feeling like my world has ended
Is this actually a court order? How long together before married? Children?
Please define "a little legal help"
we were together 2-3 years always on off before marriage we have 1 child together. the letter off her solictor states a court border will be served as soon as it is typed up. I went to a couple of meetings with a solictor who stated her solisitor was very aggressive in a manner was not coping mentally and have been un well for the last 12 months i have just been unable to cope with my affairs and i couldnt afford the legal costs but my parents are going to give me the money as they are hellping me with my recovery
So, is it reasonable to summarise and say that by and large you ignored the court papers, and they simply went ahead and ordered what ever she asked?
What about child maintenance? What about the house and any other assets?
I really do need the full background please.
yes i am sorry just couldn't cope but need to now
and yes everything she said shes got
the house was repossed money is due to go to her from what is left over not sure what that is. i offered her maint at 175 per month the same i pay brad but she went to the csa and they only awarded her 10 a week no other money
Thank you. This isnot a do-it-yourself job several reasons. Firstly, because if you try to do ityourself, you will get shafted as you have done. Secondly, because you will notbe of the frame of mind to do it yourself, which you admit.
Thirdly, even ifyou word of the frame of mind, it isn't a job that I would suggest that you didyourself.
It's verydifficult to give a completely accurate answer without having details ofexactly what submission you made to the court to but it appears that in defaultof you making any submissions, the court has simply rubberstamped herapplication.
Any familysolicitor will be able to deal with this for you quite simply on the basis thatthe judgement is unfair because it does not take into account your personalcircumstances.
You need to see asolicitor who will take detailed instructions and advise you in depth basedupon your own circumstances which do not appear to be strong.
You have areasonable chance of making a successful appeal/getting the order varied
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can i just ask how do they normally divide my pension when this is my only source of income?