my wife moved out of our house 6years ago, her choice. I have been paying the mortgage and up keep on the house. Mortgage is in joint name but she has made no contibution since she left. We have decided to get a divorce and she now wants half the house value. Is this value from when she left or for the current value?
The house has been valued at £450,000
The outstanding balance is £200,000
We lived in the house together for 5years
We have twin girls whom we share 50/50. They stay alternate days with each other and then we have them each alternate weekends. All expenses of the girls are split between us both.
I also pay her £400 per month towards the girls keep.
When she move out we had an endowment policy worth £20,000 which she took to us a deposit for a 2 bedroom house which she live in
with the girls when they stay with her
Hi Clare I can fin out tomorrow an leg you know if that's ok
Mortgage was £150,000 and still owing £130,000 the property is valued a £170,000 my name is ***** ***** her mortgage although I don't pay anything.
Interest only from when she left
Can you confirm that If I decide not to sell my property can she force me to sell? Just I obviously needa home for my twin girls to stay with me as they have only just turned 16, am I legally allowed to stay there until they are 18 ?
What if I said I wouldn't agree to a divorce?
Thankfully for the information. It's disappointing really as when she move out we cause in the endowment policy giving her a deposit for a house and she agreed to taking money from th hours sale when's finally divorced work in on the value of the property when she left.
I have had to pay for the mortgage and all the maintenance that needs doing, really seems unfair.
Could you advise how maintenance money is works out?
Last question.... I have my own cleaning business which used to be joint partnership with my brother. He passed away last year and I am now sole owner. Is my wife entitled to any of the business? It is a LTD company.
Ans what about pensions?