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Strictly speaking no. However if there are already existing court proceedings the court has the power to appoint a rule 16.4 guardian to represent a child. This would either be a solicitor or a social worker (it can be both). There is an excellent book on amazon which explains this process - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding/dp/147211910X happy to discuss but please rate positive. Thanks
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It is thus rented. The fact that you are married in the key part.
You answer Yes because it is joint.
I would put half of how much your husband proposes to spend.
Again I would put of how much your husband spends
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