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I can confirm that if either of you decided to divorce – then either of you could make a claim in respect of the matrimonial finances.
The matrimonial finances includes all the assets and liabilities of both of you – which includes the property that is in your sole name.
The normal starting point for division in respect of the matrimonial assets is equality. That being equally.
There are factors set out in the Matrimonial Causes Act which can lead to the departure of equality when deciding who gets what. These factors include the earning capacity of both of you for the future, future care of children, future health needs etc etc
It therefore does not prevent your husband from seeking a claim in respect of the property despite it being in your sole name.
Your husband could also lodge a Matrimonial Homes Right Notice with the Land Registry to protect his right of occupation until the issue if divorce and the matrimonial finances had been resolved.
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Yes that is incorrect
As you are married - then your husband can make a claim in respect of the matrimonial finances upon divorce which would include the property.
I am sorry but what you have been told is wrong.
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