Thanks for coming back to me.
- I have c.£130k flow through the limited company but pay taxes from this (corporation etc). Also this is not guaranteed as I contract and this therefore is not a stable income flow
- I haven't asked my ex about her earnings but know that she is working
- My wife has been out of work for the past 5 months and we have not coped without her income; I've taken out loans for the short fall; she is returning to work next month however we are keen to start a family and therefore we must find a way to live on my income; she is 40 and time is running out for us to have a child but we need her to work to pay my ex spousal support, a situation which stresses us both; in addition we have a very sizeable tax bill to pay and are on the verge of bankruptcy
- I don't know how the £2,500 is split
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