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Moving to a non REMO country

 
Upwardsnonwards
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Hey folks,

In a very similar situation like most of you. Got confirmed 1 child with my ex and I am the NRP.

I have my own family and another child with my wife who I live with. Planning on moving to a non REMO country with my family. 

I have a flat here, can put on rental under my wifes name. Little bit in stock ISA.

What can my ex come after, legally? 

Thanks.

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Topic starter Posted : 29/06/2022 8:53 am
World Traveller
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Your ex may be able to apply for a court order if you move to a non REMO country.  However, if she does not know your whereabouts and is unable to give some evidence of your earnings she may not make much progress.

If you have assets in the UK that your ex knows about she may be able to claim against such assets as notional income was re-introduced in 2018.

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Posted : 29/06/2022 9:39 am
Upwardsnonwards
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Thanks.

Where can I find more info about the below? Lets say I have £100k equity in the house, what does this mean for her/me?

Posted by: @world-traveller

If you have assets in the UK that your ex knows about she may be able to claim against such assets as notional income was re-introduced in 2018

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Topic starter Posted : 30/06/2022 2:14 pm
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Posted by: @bill337

@upwardsnonwards https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/cbp-7773/

 

https://www.dad.info/forum/child-maintenance/notional-income-variation/

Thanks.

Both links are spot on.

In my situation, ISA, if over 31250 will be classed as income generating at the rate of 2500 per year, and she can claim based on calculations etc which is fair and, hopefully with the crash in stock market, I am well under that threshold anyway.

If I move out of the house, I will have to show it as rented and income generating, overall there might be small taxable income, say £500 per month after all the expenses, once again should not be enough to put me off, also keep her in the sweet belief that she is winning. 

Above all, they will consider my other kid as someone I am paying for, so this is even smaller slice to lose. 

 

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Topic starter Posted : 30/06/2022 7:20 pm
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