Hello, thanks for your question. My name isXXXXX can assist with this.
Have you registered a Matrimonial Home Rights notice against the property title yet?
Then you need to do this. It will prevent an order for sale of the property being made until the MHR notice is removed.
There is useful guidance in this Land Registry note you might wish to consider: http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/public/guides/public-guide-4
Additionally, you may be able to show that you own a beneficial interest in the property, by virtue of your contirbutions over the years.
HOW AND WHAT IS MHR NOTICE
WHAT PROOF WOULD I REQUIRE
An MHR notice protections your interest, as wife, in the property in which you live with your husband. It stops others from doing anything (or him) that adverseley affects your interest until the nature and extent of your interest is determined by a court.
would you be able to act on by behalf if so what would your fee be
I'm afraid we're not allowed to do that on this site, but there are lots of solicitors out there that would be able to do this very quickly and efficiently for you.
the local solicitor I went to was of the view that it could not be done can you put me in touch with someone who can
What area are you in?
Okay, I don't know any solicitors in that area, so I would suggest you tell them to look at the Land Registry link I sent to you, and that explains the position. They should also look at form HR1 - you need to speak to a family lawyer.
thank you will the link remain when you log off
Yes, it will.
Is there anything else I can improve on this for you, are you happy with the service this evening?
the charge relates to civil case cost and appeal we have had a warrant for the first but not for appeal even though two years has past is there a time limit in which bill can no longer be issued
Not once they have a charhing order, the time stops running, but normally there is 6 years to get a charging order from when the court gives judgment.
thanks you have been very helpful can a charge include a bill which we have to date not received
No, a charging order can only charge in respect of those quantified sums which are outstanding when the charging order is made.
thanks again and goodnight
Thank you too. Can I just ask, as we're always looking for feedback on how to improve, whether you're happy with the service tonight?
Thank you very much.