I am worried about privacy with my email address
please will you keep this anonymous
last week my son received a letter to ask if his ex could come round and collect a list of toys for the granddaughters in there new home. He wrote back and suggested a 30 min slot to arrive and collect the listed items, she arrived with her family and she wanted to go indoors after she had collected the boxed item already and waiting outside on the porch, she insisted she could enter the house when she liked because she owned it! she is still on the mortgage and although she didn't put a penny into the house she has the right to half its value.
She used threatening behaviour to my son and he let her take what she wanted for the girls, she left with a threat " you have a letter coming from my solicitor"
I put a 20% deposit down on the house and they took out a joint mortgage, she contributed zero to the house in the 2 years shes been living in it, they are not married.
My son has put the house on the market and continuous to live there while waiting for a sale or should he try for a settlement so he can stay at least near his work and few friends.
Am I right in thinking she can get a court order to make him sell and if this happens she has to show her contributions before her entitlement and of course I lose my deposit entirely.
My son hasn't changed the locks as he was advised not to but after her entering the home and taking almost whatever she laid her hands on and he nasty temper I fear for my sons safety as she is so aggressive. I didn't report her entering the weekend I looked after the house but think now at least I should have.
So my Grandchildren are shut away completely to us all behind a huge gate and don't have friends to play other than her family who are all adults. I think they must feel stifled, they are 4years and 5 years
No thye were not married , they planned to get married but her affair finished that, they jointly own the house its in both names , uk law says she is entitled to half of its value regardless of her imput