We lived together couple of years beforehand. I bought my property in 1996 and I met my ex in 2000.
Deposit house in Horsham was from the profit that I made from my property. I put in 100%.
We had a joint account and both wages went in to that account. Both were earning approx. £30k in the later part of our marriage.
I am now on £20k per year. Do not know about my ex. He claims he was diagnosed with bipolar in the last 3 years.
I invested £20k from the profit from my apartment into a scheme my ex's cousin swindled us into. That went belly up so interest went up, travelling to London both to work was very expensive. So debts were 2 credit cards in my name, a bank loan and overdraft on the joint account.
His pension value comes to nearly £35k.
Hope this helpful.
Deposit on house was near £30k if I recall, I bought a good second hand car ex as I do not drive, furniture house. I can advise you tomorrow of the exact amount of profit I made on my property.
This is a copy of his recent proposal. The debt he is talking about are outstanding amounts in his name because of the data protection act.
1, Regarding the debt agency, I have requested them to go back to Barclays, on the day I opened up my own personal account, I surrendered and cut up my joint debit card at Horsham Barclays bank, your client was then instructed by me to write to the bank to state she was the sole user of that account, however she refused to do so and continued to use the account. During the last three years I have also received such letters from Southern Waters and Horsham Council. Any monies that was owed to them by me has been paid back in full. However, since your client refused to remove my name from the account, I have received letters from various debt agencies regarding this, I respectfully ***** ***** your client contacts the said companies and remove my name from this account.
2, The return of my property, in past communications I forwarded pictures of my personal belongings being stored in the garden shed at***** Someone from your office wrote back to me ensuring said property were no longer being stored in this shed. However upon return of same, all electrical goods were soiled through dampness and had to be destroyed, as well as most of my clothes.
I did not receive my Chelsea watch which was a valuable item, nor did I receive my glassware that had been a gift from my departed uncle. I know these items will never be returned, however I am a firm believer of karma !!, pictures were obtained before I disposed of my property.
3, Please see letter dated 26, 08, 2014 regarding sale of***** Also with regards ***** ***** I am respectfully ***** ***** compensation with regards ***** ***** not returned and damaged through neglect. I will consider any sensible offers. Should your client wish my permission to sell the property,***** I will require the following
a, Contact details of the estate agents
b, The figure of what the house is on the market for
c, To be notified immediately of if an offer is made
d, Should the house be sold, I will require the sum of £25.000 clear or if greater, 10% of the sale value. Currently I understand that the house is valued between £316.000-£306.000
Look forward to hearing from you. Gives you an example of the type of man I am dealing with.
Clare, I calculate it to be approx. £27,500. He is after money and protecting his pension as on 21.03.16 he will be 55.
See proposal I sent to my solicitors.
My proposal is that Mr Robinson consents that I can go ahead and arrange the sale of the property. He does not need to know the details of the estate agents unless he is willing to acknowledge any costs that comes with the sale of the property as solicitors and surveys will need to be considered and paid will expect his contribution towards this if he is requesting details. As our situation is not amicable in the least and cannot agree, it will be unfair estate agent to deal with the two us as I know from past experience. If he does not agree to this, the matter will stay the same.
Mr Robinson has omitted to disclose about his pension with Prudential which is due to mature on the 21.03.2016 and where the value is near £50,000.00 as Mr Robinson will be 55 then.
Again I propose that if Mr Robinson wishes to hold on to his pension, then all debts are taken into consideration after the house is sold. Taking into consideration that I have continued to pay the mortgage where I have paid over £30k in the last 3+ years to ensure that the property was not repossessed and that we do not have a redemption fee, this was agreed verbally by Satander as they were willing to bill both separately but as there was guarantee that Mr Robinson would pay his share, we agreed to leave at it was. The remaining balance is split 95% to me and 05% to Mr Robinson after all costs have been taken out. Otherwise I want 50% (£25,000.00)of his pension fund as I will be left homeless, penniless and with no savings or pension and my creditability loan or mortgage will be very limited. This is fair considering where the source of Deposit property came from and if that is not taken into consideration then I will not sell.
Mr Robinson took the car that we was bought while we were married and had many opportunities to take his items so I am in no position to compensate and have shown willingness to sort this matter by arranging a delivery van.
Mr Robinson needs to be reminded that we have tried to settle and come to an agreement and any questions he has asked had been answered and back in July 2013 he emailed asking not to be harassed. Maybe the matter could have been sorted if Mr Robinson had a Solicitor. I feel I am now a victim of harassment, bullying and been manipulated into a situation that will not benefit me but is causing extreme Stress and has effect my social life and work life.
Sorry about the long email Clare,
No I have not
Probably not worth anything Clare, so will not worry too much about that. Let me know your overall thinking or suggestion of a proposal.