no children no common financial committments
She has a claim against the house just as if the house was in joint names. The fact that it is in yr sole name doesn't assist you as you were married.
after 6 years she is unlikely to get half but she will geta substantial chunk, sorry.
I know that this isn't whatyou want to hear but there is no point in me misleading you.
Does that answer the questioneven so? I am happy to answer specific points.
Can I help further?
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thanks for response but specifically can she force me to sell the house and is this only after a court order? that answers my question in full thanks
Unless you sellvoluntarily, or pay her off, she is faced with making an application to court for an order