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Are Amicable suitable when there is disagreement on division of money?

08.01.2023 2:23:58


My husband and I have been separated for over 2.5 years. He has a new partner (I don't). He has a 5 year old child with this partner. I live with our 19 year old twin sons (one at university, the other not yet working or in any kind of further/higher education), in the former matrimonial home.
One of our sons is suffering from anxiety and OCD which has largely been triggered by the separation. I have an underlying health condition.
My husband wants us to divorce (I don't object to this) but also to sell the house. Ideally, I wouldn't want to move yet but it looks as if I'm going to have to, before too long. I saw a solicitor last summer, who advised that I would be entitled to more than a 50% share of the proceeds from the sale of the house but my husband is angling for a 50/50 split.
He has recommended to me that we go through Amicable to save money but I am worried that this may not be the best idea as I think that it is a given that we will end up disagreeing about the percentages of the split of money in the end.
I would really appreciate your thoughts on this.
Thank you very much

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Oscar from amicable
11.05.2023 10:09:17

Hi Sharon, If you're worried about the division of assets and finances, we offer a range of services that can help you come to a mutual and fair agreement. This includes support from experienced Divorce Specialists who can help you work through any unresolved issues and find a solution that works for both of you.

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