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Hello, my name is Marcus.
It is technically possible but very difficult and expensive.
You have to be able to connect a direct link between the allegation and the losses - that can also be hard to quantify.
Usually the costs of such actions are greater than what you would be awarded.
You would need to instruct a specialist solicitor as it is a niche area of law.
What happened when she made the allegation to the court.
Did the court make a finding of rape or just felt that other behaviour was sufficient for an occupation order to be made.
I presumed that would have been the case.
Back to your original question technically you can make a claim against your wife but for the reasons I set out previously it could be difficult unless you can link a direct cause between the allegation and any financial loss.
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If you have not resolved financial matters then it is an issue that could be raised in Financial Remedy Proceedings. So marital assets are divided to reflect the allegation.
As regards your dismissal have you sought employment law advice. You should not have been dismissed on the basis of an improved allegation.