Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Are/were tou married to each other?
-Are there any formal agreements or deeds of trust in place?
-Was there domestic abuse, if so what and when was the most recent incident?
Thank you for confirming. Unfortunately, you do not have any automatic rights to the property as you have no legal interest. In relation to your contributions, these do not raise an interest in the property unless you can prove that there was an intention that it would.
Despite not having a legal interest in the property, if you are not able to provide adequate housing for his children then you are entitled to apply to court under the Children Act for him to provide financial support or property to assist you in housing them. Furthermore, as the children are in your main care you are entitled to apply for child maintenance which is calculated based on his gross income, how many nights on average the children stay over with him and how many other children he has in his care - if you can confirm these details I can provide the amount he would legally be liable to pay.
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