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No figures were put in writing apart from I should retain the net proceeds of the former family home, which I did and used the net equity of £126,000, to buy another house with no mortgage.
The order does state that we agreed to this and that a no futher claims would be made by either party against capital and pensions. However, no figures were discussed at this stage and I had no idea how much money was involved. I just need to know if this is a legally -binding document.
We were married in 1985 and divorced in 2012, although separated since 2005. My ex is will be 59 in June and has been a teacher since, I believe he qualified, at the age of 21. His pension(s) is £405,267.97. Mine is £17,501.30 plus sate pension. I will be 56 this year.
No more capital assets. Both the boys were over 18.
The latest letter document from his solicitor now includes the £53,000 share he has inherited from his mother's house,but this was after the mediation sessions.
Thank you. I don't want to open a hornet's nest, but I am worried about my future - particularly as he is with someone else - another teacher - and I am on my own with a very low income.