No it is not but he can transfer money to his UK account. I would also like to know if I can go to court and transfer the property into my name which is what the court ordered him to do (charge order) but he has now breached the time limit and is not doing it. Do I need solicitors to do that or can I just do it myself?
I'm sorry. I forgot to thank you! :)
Thank you. Who draws up the paperwork for charge order and transfer then?
Also, what is it that I am going to achieve if I go to court and ask for maintenance when he is not earning in the UK? Will it be a black point against him as how can the judge force him to pay me maintenance? Thks
If he doesn't pay I will go to court but not sure if I will achieve anything by doing so?
He has his pension worth £65,000, a car worth £5,000 and he owns 25% of the property which is to be transferred into my name. He returns about 2-3 times a year. The property is worth approx £200,000 and is mortgage free. Thks
Thank you. Will the conveyancer deal with the charge order too which my husband is refusing to? Would you know how much they charge approx. to do the whole transfer? Thks
But he is not dealing with it so what are my options? Thks
That's interesting cause my solicitor who is only dealing with the property transfer is saying that if he doesn't do tthe charge order I would have to do it on his behalf and they would charge me for it. I think I am being ripped off.
If the court decides to do the Charge immediately, it will not involve me or my solicitor right? It will just be the decision the court makes. Sorry to keep asking you this. Thanks