Not particularly as it would presumably mean liasing with my ex who is very threatening and a bully. We have a 27 year old son who he has refused to speak to and in fact won't answer the door to, since I left.
Yes definitely. No problem at all.
I don't have the Order on me but the 17th January rings a bell. Because its a mobile home it has to be sold through the park on which it is sited. It is being advertised on their website and in the park office. My ex supplied photos which do not do the home any justice whatsoever. I am of the opinion he doesn't want the home sold as he will then have to find alternative rented accommodation which will cost him a lot more than he is paying now. I however have been paying full market price rent since leaving which seems extremely unfair.
I was told that this had no bearing on the case. It was my decision to leave. However my main object now is just to get the property sold.
So long as he is not at the property
I thought that would probably be the case. Many thanks for the advice. Three more queries if you don't mind:
1. If I apply for an order forcing him to vacate can a provision be included that if he trashes the property prior to vacation (which he is likely to do) that he pays for any damage out of his % due to him from the property ?
2. Although the mobile home is in joint names the owners of the site have said that they do not care who sells the property, and that both our signatures are not necessary. This obviously worries me considerably because if this is the case he could sell without my knowledge and pocket the proceeds. Any idea what the law is on this ?
3. After I left the matrimonial home my ex got my son to take out a personal loan to enable my ex to buy a car as he could not get credit and agreed to pay the instalments to my son each month to pay off the debt. The car is in my ex's name and although he made a few payments at the beginning, he has made no attempt to pay the money back since to my son but still has the car. I think we are talking around £7000 so quite a lot of money. My son has obviously made the repayments as its a personal loan and has attempted to contact his father on many occasions but he won't even answer the door to him now, let alone answer phone calls. Any ideas on how we can get him his money back. This was also something my solicitor said I could not include in the divorce proceedings.
Many thanks. I look forward to hearing from you.
I'm sorry but I forgot to ask do I still have the right to enter the home ?
Many thanks. Not that I would want to anyway but there may be a reason why I have to in the future.