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Can someone who hasnt contributed a thing in terms of mortgage, assets, car etc. be entitled to anything? Also that person ran there own business and is on the verge of going bankrupt with lots of as… Read More
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
Can someone who hasnt contributed a thing in terms of mortgage, assets, car etc. be entitled to anything?
Also that person ran there own business and is on the verge of going bankrupt with lots of associated debts. It's all very good timing.......also there's the possibility of an affair.
Your thoughts please.
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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[mod]#1
Yes they can........as things get counted as shared assets. However it would be down to the judge to decide if it went that far. They could get anything from nothing to half.
banned#2
^^^ what Sy said ^^^


Would be cheaper to arrange a hit


more satisfying too
#3
Good luck:o

Might be worth speaking to someone who knows their stuff about this matter - never seems a good idea to post stuff like this to me? as i would not want people looking at mine or my friends & familys personal problems

Hope it all turns out ok in the end for you
#4
Quick, sell me your family silver & I'll let you buy it back half price ;-)
#5
The Cannie Buyer
Good luck:o

Might be worth speaking to someone who knows their stuff about this matter - never seems a good idea to post stuff like this to me? as i would not want people looking at mine or my friends & familys personal problems

Hope it all turns out ok in the end for you


I hav'nt gone into too much detail tho. Very vague. Its not even anything to do with me, i just want to help as they dont deserve this.:thumbsup:
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KINGROBTHEFIRST;2736115
I hav'nt gone into too much detail tho. Very vague. Its not even anything to do with me, i just want to help as they dont deserve this.:thumbsup:


Thank god........thought she was going to lay claim to that Oblivion i bought off you. ;-) :-D
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King Rob, it depends on the circumstances in particular how the former matrimonial home is held, i.e joint names etc.

If it is in joint names then she would be entitled to a share of the equity upon divorce, if it is held in your sole name then the only way should she could acquire an interest in the property would be by way of a contribution towards the mortgage or substantial renovations which would increase the value of the property.

With regard the business, again who's name is this operated? Did you benefit from any profits the company made during the marriage? The debts owing could possible be deducted from any settlement she might receive.

PM me if you want more info
#8
ChrisUK
Quick, sell me your family silver & I'll let you buy it back half price ;-)



My point exactly

You are just going to feel worse reading the posts to this - go see a legal person at least you know where your friend stands & can act quick
#9
Syzable
Thank god........thought she was going to lay claim to that Oblivion i bought off you. ;-) :-D


Ha Ha thats classic!!!! In the post 2day. :)
#10
fireheaven
King Rob, it depends on the circumstances in particular how the former matrimonial home is held, i.e joint names etc.

If it is in joint names then she would be entitled to a share of the equity upon divorce, if it is held in your sole name then the only way should she could acquire an interest in the property would be by way of a contribution towards the mortgage or substantial renovations which would increase the value of the property.

With regard the business, again who's name is this operated? Did you benefit from any profits the company made during the marriage? The debts owing could possible be deducted from any settlement she might receive.

PM me if you want more info

PM'ed :)
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KINGROBTHEFIRST;2736147
Ha Ha thats classic!!!! In the post 2day. :)


Thanks. :)

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