I am not sure how much the house is worth but as at Apr 2013 there was £151,010 outstanding (£130K for the mortgage and £21k a re-
mortgage). The other charges are to do with his credit card bills.
How can I get him released from the mortgage? He signed the transfer of equity form in 2008 but the building society refused to acknowledge it. He abandoned the home in 2007 and has not paid a penny not that he was contributing much before then.
He is now married and living happily somewhere with his wife. I am going to reply to the threatening solicitors and provide his mum and sisters addresses and his NI number so that they can trace him that way
There should be in the region of £120K equity I supposed before the credit crunch it was closer to £200K
The mortgage company, as in my lenders? They wanted me to make up the difference in 2008 due to affordability - monies I cannot afford but I have been paying the mortgage without fail - with a lot of sacrifices
Solicitors acting for debtors - they are called Wilkin Chapman LLP in Grimsby
I am not sure what that is but they've said that they will be going for an sale order in the next two weeks
I know the credit card ones are; I am not sure about the one that these solicitors are dealing with, I would have get details from the building society
I wasn't asked to attend court and if I was I missed it in the letter - I had to control my blood pressure after a scare or two. I returned all letter addressed to my ex to sender
I replied to one of the letters saying he did not live here anymore but they didn't care. The law is always unkind to the innocent
Thanks Clare, I understand I can do this by getting a court order. How can I do this?