There is a £2500.00 interest mortgage on the house. The house was brought for £500,000.00 but is only worth now about £450,000.00. My soon to be ex husband had three care homes which are hugely funded by the RBS Bank. I earn no money. As to what he earns I really have no idea. Until full disclosure is provided I will never know. But I didn't ask this question I just asked about my rights to return to the matrimonial home.
My ex husband has been paying the mortgage and will continue to do so until the house is sold. There is no children of the marriage.
He will continue paying the mortgage. The charge I put on the property means my ex husband cannot sell the property nor can he take out any further borrowings on this property.
The tenancy agreement at the matrimonial home was in my ex husband's name as is this one here. I have just received an email from the tenant's at the matrimonial home to say they will be vacating the premises at the end of the tenancy agreement which in on April 13th 2013.
The tenancy agreement on the matrimonial home is in my ex husband's name as is this one here. I have just received an email from the tenant at the matrimonial home and they will be leaving this property when the tenancy expires on 13th April 2013.
My husband is refusing to allow me back in the matrimonial home even though I have the charge against this home under the Matrimonial Homes Act taken out in October 2011. My solicitor has advised me that I can't go back there without my husband's consent, I am seriously thinking of changing my solicitor as I feel he is not working for me!! You told me that I could go back to the matrimonial home whilst financial details are sorted out, who is RIGHT?
No reasons but obviously he wants to keep me out. What next?
I'm really not sure a part from I may have to go to court to allow me back in to the property.
Yes I have a key! Please advise my next course of action asap
Not doubting you but why can't my solicitor see this!!! I am at my wits end regarding all this. You say one thing thing and my solicitor to whom I am paying a afford to is saying another!! I need help what do you advise?
Not wanting to doubt you Claire but are you sure? Why is my solicitor not saying the same thing? I am very worried, upset and have conflicting views!
My solicitor knows I have a key