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Minute of Agreement and there are no children involved
The minute of agreement states that I would pay a certain amount until I retire. It goes onto say that at time of retiral we would mutually agree any payment to be further made. I do not think I should pay any more and have told her that and she disagrees. I thought that her remmariage would add strength to my case
The estate was split down the middle including her receiving aprt of my pension pot. The aliment was on top of that , it was to cover her morgage and household expenses. Since her remarriage she has moved into a new house with her husband. Obviously with me retiring my income will in effect half so continuing to pay would be difficult