JackRS wrote: »
I got a text today asking why I was keeping the joint account at the overdraft limit what if she needs cash? Then when I got back to the digs I got a divorce petition from her solicitor.
In the letter it says:
'We understand that you have been speaking to our client direct in relation to financial matters and our client has confirmed that she would now like us to deal with this aspect on her behalf'
Then later in the letter it states under MPS heading:
'We understand that you have indicated that you would like to close the joint account and/or reduce or cancel our client's allowance. We would remind you of your legal obligation to provide adequate financial support to the children and our client'
Seeing my solicitor Friday...
Caroline_a wrote: »
I hope you have a pitbull of a solicitor, OP. It makes me very sad when an adult woman isn't capable of standing on her own two feet and supporting herself in this day and age. She should be ashamed of herself!
justme111 wrote: »
I do not think they will make you to pay her life long alimony , I guess it just looks scary on paper. in any case tent alone sometimes is preferable to a castle in not an enjoyable company.
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