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The Respondent do pay or cause to be paid from 1 September 2005 periodical payments to the petitioner at a rate of £750 per month (£250 of which is for childcare/nanny fees) for the benefit of the Petitioner for their joint lives or until she remarry or further order and for the children of the family XXXXX XXXXX (DOB 22/03/99) and Lauren Barnes (DOB 10/04/01) until they cease full time territory education or attain the age of 18 years, whichever is the later.
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It was my wife's solicitor, that was then passed by Birmingham County Court.
Thanks for your help so far. The form seems to be quite simple and doesn't allow any space for me to make my case. Should I do so in a covering letter, or will I get that opportunity later in the process?
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