Foggy wrote:As long as it is identified on statements as her income, rather than yours, it would be OK ( might need pointing out though). But ... if your present account is with or linked to any of your creditors you would need to change it to a "safe" (non-creditor) bank.
Apologies -- I was thinking on a totally different (wrong) track. It is her money --- nothing more to do with the IVA
Thanks very much for all the answers.
My own thoughts are that it would be very hard for any creditors, from so long ago, to have any claim on any of my money, let alone my woes money, especially when you consider that we were not even married when I went into and completed the IVA.
I'm relieved....didnt want this added pressure, considering the circumstances surrounding this windfall!
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