Divorce Solicitors that specialise in Contractors with a Ltd Company
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychocandy View Post
    Flippin heck BP - bad experience I guess? Probably too late for most of us - I get the idea that I'd be shafted if I ever got divorced.
    It is not too late for my kids. The elder BP son is already determined not to get married. My brother seems to have done very well sowing his wild oats and never getting married.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willapp View Post
    To be honest I'd echo his sentiments and I'm only just at the Form E stage of what has - so far - been an amicable separation. No kids (luckily) but being the higher earner is sounding more like it's going to get me screwed badly, to the point where I just wouldn't want to risk going through it again. In my case we've already split assets of 80k equally but given that we earn quite different amounts she wanted an additional 50k lump sum. My generosity topped out at 30k so we failed at mediation and now got to see what the solicitors think... the fun and games begins!
    When the solicitors get involved you may find that your amicable separation becomes somewhat less so.. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnarledcontractor View Post
    When the solicitors get involved you may find that your amicable separation becomes somewhat less so.. Good luck.
    Its a bit like your house being on fire. The fire brigade turn up. And pour napalm on it.

    And what they do is done in secret.

    The focus is on the lawyers, then the women, then the kids, then the man.

    And women expect support for equality in the workplace.....

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    Still gathering requirements...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnarledcontractor View Post
    When the solicitors get involved you may find that your amicable separation becomes somewhat less so.. Good luck.
    +1

    Do everything possible before resorting to Solicitors. Make a better offer even if it grates, you'll still end up better off.

    Best of luck.
    Oyston Out

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    Old Greg is my bitch's bitch

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    If her solicitor says that the company is worth 83k, hand it over to the ex in lieu of 83 months' worth of 1k payments.

    Then start a new company.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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