Man fails to deny ex-wife bigger share of his house

The man claimed the house was co-owned by his friend, who said she funded more than 70 per cent of the property and its mortgage. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE - Marriage breakdowns often spark wrangling over who owns - and owes - what, but spouses making claims that have little or no basis in fact can reap severe legal repercussions.

It is not just one spouse demanding a greater share of some asset; it can often work the other way as well, with some claiming that they owe money to others or have some financial arrangements that will reduce their own net worth.

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