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We had a house together which has been dealt with - i have signed it over to her so have no claim on it. we have no existing debts in our joint names. I have personal debts of approx £10,000.
She has failed to give a reason for her unwillingness to sign the order despite several attempts on my part to discuss the matter. She just refuses and becomes volatile, threatening to with hold contact with the children.
It's approx £60,000, the majority of which she put in as a deposit (£30,000) when we bought the property. We completed a financial agreement when we first separated and I accepted a settlement of £8,000 from her to sign over the house so now she has soul ownership.
She also attempts to dictate who the children spend time with when they are in my care, what they wear/eat etc.... does she have any right to do this?
I earn approx £24,000 p/a
She earns approx £26,000 p/a
Yes I expect to inherit a significant amount of money from my grandparents in the future - they have informed me that I am named in their will. I am unsure of the sum of money but I believe it is more than £20,000.
Is there anyway I can ensure the inheritance is protected?
Thank you that is good to know and much appreciated