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I am sorry, but this is not an instant service because weare all solicitors in practice. We do not sit online 24/7. We all have clientsand court and other users on this site and travelling and weekends and eveningsetc. We are often on and offline all day every day.Do you want your money from the house?
To live back in it?
Please confirm that there is no court order keeping you from the property?
Are children involved?
The property is in her solename and she has the right to exclude you as an unwanted guest. It would bedifferent if in joint names or you were married.
All you have is a financialclaim on the property and a court will not grant any right to move back in.Sorry.
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My colleague is correct but on these facts I wouldn't waste my money or time. Yr ex has already been to police and she can easily allege violence and ask the court for an order to exclude you.
The burden on civil court isn't as high as police prosecution.