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I am a Solicitor and will assist you.
Please may I ask:
- do you have any minor children?
- is divorce contemplated?
- when was the house purchased?
- what are the other matrimonial assets including pensions?
Thank you for your response.
As you are married - should divorce proceedings commence then either yourself or your wife are able to make a claim in respect of the matrimonial finances.
There is a set process to dealing with the matrimonial finances.
The first step is full and frank disclosure of all matrimonial assets - this includes the assets and liabilities for both of you - which includes the house.
Once full disclosure has taken place - then discussions can take place in respect of division.
The starting point for a lengthy marriage - over 5 years - is equality - that being equal.
Whilst I note that you have not been married for this period - courts can take into the length of a relationship beforehand.
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It was nice to speak with you.
I am very sorry to hear about how things are at the moment. I do hope that you are able find resolution.
As discussed - here is the link for the the Matrimonial Homes Rights Notice:
Once complete - send the form to you local land registry so that they may update the register for you.
This is the telephone number for the Land Registry so that they can tell you which office to send the form too:
This type of application is normally dealt with by the land registry very quickly and they d not have a charge for this service.
Let me know if I can help you further.
My apologies for my delay in responding to you.
It is often wise to ask the police to attend with you - if they are able - so as to ensure that your wife does not later allege that you have taken other items. It is not necessary.