Relax. You have just as much right to the
house all the money that then it regardless of whether it is in joint names or
not, and regardless of whether you are currently living in it or not, and
regardless of whether you moved out or he moved out, or why. The financial
division will be exactly the same. The court does not apportion blame. With
regard to financial matters. So if it is completely your fault that the
marriage has failed, you do not suffer any financial penalty (or vice versa).
Unless you want to continue to live in the
property and as you appear to be having joint residence of children, it is
likely that the property would be sold and the proceeds split 50-50.
should try to resolve matters using family mediation http://www.familymediationhelpline.co.uk/find-service.php
it is quicker and less confrontational than court it isnt necessarily cheaper.
more you can agree between you, the less money, you have to waste on
solicitors, although it is always as well to get what ever you agree, put into
a consent order and sealed by the court to provide certainty.
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