Divorce

Collapse
X
 
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts
  • paulnelson
    Inactive
    • Jun 2022
    • 105

    Divorce

    So this coming Christmas is two years since my wife packed her belongings and sought pastures new. It also allows me to apply for a divorce on the grounds of “Abandonment” which saves either party having to sling mud. I’m not wealthy, but I do own my own apartment, wife never contributed to the mortgage either before or since we have separated, but I am aware that she is still entitled to half. Last thing I want to do is sell my home and lose all I have and potentially end up on the streets divorce solicitor. I have spoken with a family solicitor which has put me off applying because of what I stand to lose, but I also want closure. What divorce settlements have you guys had to settle for or have you put it off because of what you stand to lose?
  • dennisleon
    Junior Member
    • Feb 2019
    • 2

    #2
    Divorce settlements involve the legal division of assets and responsibilities between spouses ending their marriage. These agreements cover property distribution, alimony, child custody, and financial support. Negotiations aim to ensure fairness and meet both parties' needs. Mediation or court proceedings may be necessary to reach an agreement. Clarity, documentation, and legal assistance are crucial to navigating this complex process and achieving a balanced resolution for all parties involved.

    Comment

    • Hreysyktich
      Inactive
      • Jun 2022
      • 12

      #3
      Hey, I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Divorce can be incredibly tough, especially when it involves financial complexities.

      Comment

      • MakenaHeath
        Junior Member
        • Sep 2023
        • 1

        #4
        I'm really sorry to hear about what you're going through with your divorce. It sounds incredibly tough, especially dealing with the fear of losing what you've worked hard for.
        Consulting with a family solicitor was a smart move to understand your options better. Have you considered getting a second opinion from a specialist in divorce settlements? Sometimes a fresh perspective can be helpful.
        Also, if domestic violence has been involved, your safety is paramount. Fischer & Van Thiel, PC seems to offer support in these situations. They might be able to provide knowledgeable guidance and representation tailored to your needs. You can learn more about their services here:
        https://www.divorcelawyersoceanside....stic-violence/ .

        Comment

        Working...