Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further informtaion first
Do you and your ex have a Separation Agreement in place?
has your ex purchased another property?
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Whilst your ex would not actually have a financial claim on the new property, your share of that assets would be taken into account in deciding how any other assets are divided between you (savings etc)
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details
When the time comes for a divorce then technically your ex could make a financial claim against you (just as you could against him)
If he does and the matter goes to court then ALL assets that you each have at the time it goes to court are available to the court to distribute.
However the fact that your new property was purchased well after separation means that it is the court will not see this as something to be divided between you BUT if there
are other assets - cash savings etc then he might get a larger share of those.
This of course assumes he actually applies for it - unlikely from what you have siad