You have probably seen a pop-up offering you the chance of a telephone call at an extra cost. It is up to you whether you have a telephone call or not but do bear in mind that a 15-30 minute telephone call covers an awful lot of ground and you can get an awful lot of information in that time. So you can ignore it or go ahead or go ahead later. It’s your choice.
Meanwhile, we can carry on on here.
The courts have long since not taken into account conduct with regard to the financial settlement in divorce so it won’t make any difference to your financial settlement although if he died, and you are divorced, and there was not already a pension sharing order in place, you would usually lose any widows pension.
So there’s no reason why you should worry about him being convicted.
If he gets acquitted and you want a divorce, then other than him dying and you’re not getting a widows pension, I wouldn’t let it worry me with regard to the financial settlement because it’s not going to be any different.
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I am not certain whether that answers the question for you or not, but I am happy to answer any specific points arising from this.
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