You were married,
so it is indeed irrelevant that your name only as on the deeds.
As you did not
have a solicitor, it may assist you in proving that you signed the agreement
without knowing what you were doing without taking proper advice.
circumstances like this, your ex would live in the house until the children
were 18 and then it would be sold. You appear to have given away an extra two
years without realising.
know whether the agreement was ever sealed by the court or not.
If it was sealed
into a court order, you need to make an application to vary it.
If it was not, you
need to tell your ex that you want the house sold and that if she does not
agree, you will apply to court for an order that the house is sold on the basis
that you signed the original agreement, you did not know what you were doing
as you had no advice.
This is not a do
it yourself job and you would be well advised to get a solicitor to deal with
this for you. It will stop you making the same mistakes you made in 2011.
Although you would
only married for a short time, you will have been together for over 20 years
and therefore the chances are that the assets split 50-50 at best in your
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