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At the moment she does but she doesn't want to sha re her baby with him.She is also worried about how she will manage financially when she has to give up work to have the other baby.
I think the house is worth £120,000 and they put down a ten percent deposit on it and they will have been in it for 3 years in June. I guess that there must be about £105,000 outstanding.
I think they both earn about £18,000 pa, but my daughter's income will drop significantly when she goes on maternity leave. My son in law is also likely to be made redundant in April.
What if her husband refuses to leave the house?
He denied the violence towards her when I challenged him this evening. Won't it just be a case of her word against his? If he did move out, would he still be responsible for half the mortgage?
Thankyou. I'll get her to look into the benefits.
Hello, I just got an email In which you asked me if 'd finished and had rated you. From the above you'll see that I have rated you as good - Thank you again for your help. As to my daughter's situation, she has since lost the baby and is now back at home living with us as family support advised to take Hannah to a place of safety. Her husband does have access a couple of times a week and part of day at weekends. As we had thought, her husband is staying in the house and it's in the hands of solicitors as my daughter wants to get back in. She has been awarded a tax credit sum which should mean she can pay the mortgage on her own or apply to re-mortgage the house.