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    Relationship law

    Anyone here a guru or has had dealings with relationship law?
    If so, I could I Pm you for a bit of advice?

    Cheers in advance.

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    Not a guru but been down the separation path a couple of times I'll try and answer any questions you have they may not be the answers you want but that's how it is unfortunately there are no clear winners or losers if this is your situation
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    I live with an expert, wife works Family Court area of the Judicial system theirs nothing she hasn't seen across her desk honestly the mind boggles ;-)

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    Two divorces,just grateful that i still had my undies after it was sorted.

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    best to see professional even if it costs you a couple hundred as these things can get very complicated , also you need to look into which professional has good feedback results in the area that you are in ie kids or property as someone I know at the moment is having problems with having his daughters as his ex has lied to womens refuge and even though all has been proven wrong he has to have a second person with him for having the kids and only designated people at that . sometimes it helps with what gender your lawyer is even for something involving children look for a female lawyer specialising in that sort of thing.

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    Get advice, but don't allow that to force you into not making mutually agreeable personal arrangements. The best outcomes are by voluntary agreements between the parties, but both being informed of their respective positions...

    Lawyers can both help and complicate and you get to live in the consequences...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidney View Post
    Get advice, but don't allow that to force you into not making mutually agreeable personal arrangements. The best outcomes are by voluntary agreements between the parties, but both being informed of their respective positions...

    Lawyers can both help and complicate and you get to live in the consequences...
    This is good advice. And remember that your principles can be expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecrusher View Post
    I live with an expert
    Don't we all...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidney View Post
    Get advice, but don't allow that to force you into not making mutually agreeable personal arrangements. The best outcomes are by voluntary agreements between the parties, but both being informed of their respective positions...

    Lawyers can both help and complicate and you get to live in the consequences...
    Yep good advice, try and keep it as fair and amicable as possible. It will make the whole process easier and save you both a shit load of money.
    Lawyers do very nicely off other peoples misery when it turns to shit.
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    Remember too that there is a difference between equity and fairness. They are 2 completely different concepts.

    https://patimes.org/words-matter-equ...social-policy/

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    Itís very easy really; whatís yours is half hers. And whatís hers is all hers .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SiB View Post
    It’s very easy really; what’s yours is half hers. And what’s hers is all hers .....
    aint that the truth.......
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    in the words of the late great robin williams : definition of divorce. to remove a mans testicles thru his wallet
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    Thanks for the messages guys!
    I will pm shortly!

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    Yeah if you can talk through it before going to a lawyer and write down what you have agreed on it will save you a shit load of money. I know a guy that has just been through this and cost him a lot of money as it got nasty and all communication went through lawyers. A real easy way to come out with bugger all after lawyers bills

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