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Author: Pandy Subject: Spousal maintenance
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posted on 11-20-2011 at 01:59 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Spousal maintenance

Can someone offer advise. I am 58, been married 29 years. Never worked ,have been housewife. My husband has 56buy to let properties. Not much equity in any of them but they make roughly about £8,000per month rent profit once everything is taken out. I want to keep family home and ask for £2,000 per month maintenance. Family home has mortgage and little equity in it. I would let him keep all his properties. He still says £2,000 is too much. He says I should stop having my hair cut and coloured every month which is £66. Says that is a lavish life style and I should go without! He also says I can do without a car. I can't. We are in semi rural location and it would be impossible for me to get anywhere. What are the chances of my getting this do you think? Have already had first court hearing and got nowhere. Judge ordered all us to try and agree values of all properties. I just want this sorted. I have not got legal aid. Have already paid £6,000 to solicitor. My husband forged my signature you see on about half the buy to let mortgages so it was messy. He denies it of course. I just want this settled. I can't afford to go any further with it. Help
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