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My husband and I, are trying to agree on the finances. in total

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my husband and I, are trying to agree on the finances. in total we have five hundred and fifty thousand in assets, ,my husband as a pension of 15,000 thousand a year, which I believe will increase to 30,000 a year when he reaches fifty five.
we have been together twenty five years, married nineteen.
my husband wages and pension at the moment is 106,000 a year, he clears five thousand a month. my income is 11,000 a year, and I have no pension.
my husband wants to give me 420,000 of our assets, which will include my family home paid for, and another property we rent out, which I will have to get a buy to let mortgage of 120,000, this property will give me extra income of 6,000 a year, if I agree to this, he wants me to not have any off the pension or spousal maintenance, I am fifty one years old and I could get the pension at fifty five at a lesser sum, as I am five years older then my husband it would be better for me to take the pension at sixty.could you advise me if this a fair deal. his pension is 400,000 at the moment, thank you jackie
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Harris replied 1 year ago.
Hi, thank you for your question. To be able to give you a full answer please confirm:-how lomg you have been married-whether you have any children together, if so their ages and arrangements-what you annual income is-what your reasonable needs are each month (money wise)-what your source of income is currently
Expert:  Harris replied 1 year ago.
Hi, this question remains open. Please could you provide the requested information so that I can assist you.