Hi, thank you for your question. Please confirm:
-What were your contributions in relation to?
-How old is your child and what are the proposed arrangements?
Thanks for confirming. As you are not married, and if there were no formal agreements in relation to contributions entitling you to a share of the property, unfortunately you would not be entitled to seek a share of the property. If you had an agreement and if you had contributed to major refurbishments or improvements that would have led to an increase in value of the property you would have a good case to seek to be compensated through the courts, but if this is not the case then unfortunately you would not be entitled to be compensated for day to day outgoings for the family.
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