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If you are living in the house I am never of the view that you should move out (unless it is intolerable) as I find people are very slow to act once someone moves out. If he is being aggressive towards you and/or the child then you would be able to apply to the court for an occupation order which if granted would remove him from the property. If half of the house is yours then you can also apply to the court for the property to be sold under a legal phrase called TOLATA. Happy to discuss and please rate positive.
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Yes that is perfectly reasonable. There is nothing in law to stop you from being allowed to do that.
If the mortgage is in joint names then it often makes sense for you both to pay otherwise there is the potential that it could default