They have split up and split all assest includind there original property 50/50 but the wife has taken his personal jewellery and other personal property which was not in the agreement value approx $200,000.00
His two children are all married and have children of there own and both have there own houses and have morer assets than he has.
His wife has bought a unit in Melbourne and the husband has bought a house in Cairns.
Now her solicitor wants to obtain more assets from the hasband.
He has been advised to sell his house and transfer his money
or form a personal trust
He was also advised buy his solicitor to lay criminal charges against his wife for stollen jewelly but he wants to move on withy his life
Can the wife take more than the
50/50 split that was originally agrreed
That is why he wants to sell his assets to someone he can trust.
If she cannot take more than the 50/50agreed there is no need for hikm to sell his house
the property I will buy it outright and pay stamp duty
thank for your advice it.s advice I have been given before
The husband is in pannic mode both are on a pension and both are ill.
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