as the other party have delayed proceedings, my pension has increased alot over past 4 years since we first separated, shall i state this in statement that court should consider original values as opposed to now?
with regards XXX, XX they still exist and if so, as i have 2 children, is 20% of income the standard amount of can more be allocated as other party are stating high earners have to pay more
I have car allowance through work which i am taxed on but claim monthly. I have included in my income but trust the other party cannot claim against this as i need monies to fund car, travel, servcie, insurance etc
no, she has income combined of benefits and earnings of around 2k per month excluding any maintenance
If my outgoings on business travel use all of the car allowance, that means I am losing money by having to give the other party a % of my business allowance. will the judge consider this when reviewing?
at first court hearing, will judge share their thoughts and suggest splits? also, will judge propose round table meeting etc to avoid costs for both parties
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