Hi, thank you for your question. Please would you confirm what has happened and if there has been any domestic abuse between you, if so what and when were the incidents?
Thank you for confirming. Unfortunately as his name is ***** ***** title of the property he has a legal interest in the property and has a right to occupy it. This can only be restricted if there is a court order in place, such as an occupation order. You will need to prove that there is a risk towards you and that he can maintain himself elsewhere in order to exclude him. This can be done under form FL401 to your local family court.
Furthermore, if he attempts to force you from the property, or attempts to sell it, you can apply to court under form A1 in order to remain in the property for the benefit of your child - and if the court agrees you can have an order that allows you to remain until he reaches a certain age, for example finishes education, and after which for it to be sold and proceeds divided between you.
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It would depend on what course of action you wish to take, but on a privately-paying basis it will not be cheap for either route.