Is your ex wife currently resident in the UK?
Are you ordinarily resident in the UK?
Your ex wife should really be filing proceedings in India, however, she can file proceedings in the UK as you are resident in the UK.
When calculating the assets, it will not include future inheritance.
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The issue of adultery is a reason for the divorce but I am of the opinion that it does not give you any other benefit.
What is your question regarding assets?
I am not a family lawyer but understand that he courts usually start at 50/50. The exact amount is decided taking into various factors such as children, what each parties contributed to the marriage, lifestlyle etc.
50/50 is generally a starting point and either party could get more or less.
if she has used your cheque book and cards to withdraw funds without your consent, this can be classed as a criminal offence and I would suggest that you contact the police.
Of course you can contact the police now. As she is in India, the UK police may involve the police in India but this is a matter for them.
It is difficult for me to state what course of action the police would take and I would suggest that you contact your local police and report the matter to them.