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I am currently paying 1000 GBP alimony for my 2 douaghters who live with their mother. I am also paying half of their private education fees into a separate account in her name. My 3-year court order comes to an end on the 10th May 2013. She is not happy that I want to see a copy of the school invoices before paying my half and is now suggesting that she transfers the account to my name, sets up a standing order to pay into this, and then I settle the fees. Firstly, is this allowable or do certain forms need to be completed? Secondly, does this give a sufficient variation to the stablsihed financial framework that I am abe to request a full review? Thanks!
It was approved by the courts on 10th May 2010. The court was Winchester.
That is for how long the court order states I need to pay spousal maintenance, keep payments on my life and term assurance running....in terms of the alimony it was agreed I would pay this amount but my understanding is I can request a variation to this on each annual renewal...
This is being compounded by the increasingly small amount of time I get to spend with my daughters - their mother keeps letting them book sleep-overs etc on my weekends without consulting me...
No - the child maintenance is £500 per child, the time limited spousal maintenance was £200
Hi - of course. No this is not an effort to avoid the CSA - this has not been organised by the CSA. My understanding is that I am entitled to review the amount I am committed to pay under the Court Order on the anniversary of the date of signing.
Hi Claire - I am getting concerned - I simply need to know whether I am entitled to request a full financial review at the end of the 3 year court order