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, Thank you question and welcome. My name is ***** ***** I will assist you. You could sue him money to be returned but you be on shaky ground if the bank have not actually demand repayment.
If the bank demands repayment you would have the right to sue under the Civil Liability (Contributions) Act 1978.
This allows and several debtors to recover what is owed from the co debtor.
If the money is relevant to a family court issue that would be another matter.
I look forward to hearing from you.
It is relevant to a family issue, I believe he could be trying to use it as leverage mediation.
and him wanting 50-50 care of children. Whereas I currently do 95% of the care having built my life around the family.
, Thank you. If you make an application support this will be relevant. I would suggest you download statements and keep evidence of what he has done.
I will refer this to one of my colleagues who is a family law expert to assist you. Kind regards AJ
Have got the statement, thanks speedy responses.
I've not heard from your colleague yet, will need them to ask about a Parental Responsibility agreement he has asked me to sign and attend court to give him. Son born before 1.12.2003
If he refuses to return it to our Mortgage Account will I be liable? - as it is joint mortgage and takes us back up to the full amount of the mortgage