Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
How much was the deposit and has he declared his ownership of the house?
How old are the children?
Just to check - he did not declare his ownership of the property until this week?
Are you aware that the site charges more for a phone call?
How much is the equity in your current home - and what are the matrimonial assets worth?
Can you confirm the actual capital assets that there are - whoever owns them - and what debts there are and what income they each have?
How much does a one bedroom property in the area in which she lives cost to buy?
It is always appealable - and that sounds appealable
It is appealable if it is as bad as that - it depends on what the Order actually says
It was a rather extensive deceit
However whilst it does render him liable for her costs it does not necessarily mean the actual order cannot be challenged
When will he get the order?
His deception and dishonesty was extensive and undoubtedly the Judge found him an unreliable witness who could not be trusted.
However that doe sNOT mean that the outcome cannot be appealed if they are manifestly unfair.
To work that out I need some specific and truthful details about the actual assets and debts and income of each party
What assets did she get?
What was the spouse maintenance annual figure?
I she sure about the spouse maintenance figure - it is the only thing that does not make sense
I mean is he certain that he was ordered to pay her spouse maintenance?
It was a traumatic day is he sure he remembers that correctly
Just because that was what was in her form does NOT mean that was what was granted.
If he was then the Order can be appealed
If that was the level of Spouse maintenance based on his income of £120,000 per annum then I believe it can be appealed
Wait and see what the order actually says and then it can be addressed on appeal
Right - send a copy of the order with the paperclip button and we will try and sort it
That is vicious
Has he asked his Barrister if he can appeal?
Sorry I missed your reply.
Did the barrister say if it was actually appealable - that there was a basis on which an appeal could be made?
Did your partner ask him specifically about the Child maintenance issue?