do not have to pay the bills, or the mortgage of a house that you do not live
in although you remain liable to the lender if he stops paying.
appears that he wants you to pay half of the mortgage while he continues to
live in the property.
course he does! That is a pretty good deal, even though I say it myself.
good deal for him that is.
he may want a base for the children to come and go when they see him, once they
are over 18, they are out of the equation.
these facts if you make an application to court for an order for sale of the
house, it is likely to be granted, and the proceeds then divided.
you are divorcing, as your income is considerably greater than his you may be
liable to pay him spousal maintenance, maintenance paid to keep a spouse , as
opposed to children. Although most commonly paid from husband to wife, that is
not necessarily the case. Spousal maintenance is the based on both incomes,
ability to earn money, previous lifestyles and most importantly, need. There is
no exact formula, but these links will give some reading..
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