Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
Why are you still paying everything?
What are your gross earnings?
How much would a cheaper two bedroom property in the same school area cost to buy?
So the house coul dbe sold and there would be enough for your ex to rehouse herself mortgage free?
In the long term yes you will - but at this stage it is the housing needs of the children which are the priority so far as the Family Court is concerned, and the other option of her remaining in the current home could leave you tied to the existing mortgage for another 11 years - or until your ex cohabits
Indeed a sale at this stage would still leave you with some cash - and a 60/40 division in her favour as a full and final settlement is possible - or alternatively your retaining a small charge on the new property could work
In the long term your financial liability is for 16% of your gross income as child maintenance (at most)
In the short term I am afraid that that there is nothing you can dd about using the drive,
It is designed to annoy you - so the best thing you can do is ignore it and deprive her of the satisfaction of knowing she has achieved it
Please ask if you need further details
Given the figures there is an excellent chance that either the house will be sold or your ex will have to buy you out
No I am afraid not - he is a guest of your wife - but you can and should review the payments that you make to her and instead offer her 16% o fyour gross income plus half of the mortgage payments for the time being