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Hello, my name is Peter and I’ll do my best to assist you today.
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I'm just reviewing your question.
OK - have we spoken before about your case? There's no previous history under your user name but the case does seem familiar.
That's fine, I understand.
What is the rationale for the division of assets in the terms suggested, if she has a healthy income and you have none? This is the first point that makes little sense to me given the way you have portrayed the facts. If she has half of all your pension assets yet you have none of hers, and she has both the family home and the business, what are you left with?
How old are the children?
Do they have regular contact with you?
OK, thanks. I'll submit an email offer for you to send directly to me.
Thanks for the email - I'll review and come back to you at some point today.
I agree that this is a sensible route and my view is that you essentially have nothing to lose by doing this.
I would hope that the judge is sympathetic given the circumstances.
It will most likely require a further court hearing though, to thrash out further agreement.
Can I assist further today?
Yes I agree that the order is not fair. So I think your suggested approach is sensible in the circumstances.
I hope that assists.
I can't write to the judge directly for you afraid as I'm a barrister and don't have the authority to conduct litigation on your behalf.
My view is that this is better coming directly from you in any event.
Yes of course.
Yes this communication should be with notice as you are withdrawing your support for the consent order.