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children are 16 and 14 years old respectively. My daughter left the property because she could no longer live with her husband who she finds very controlling and uncooperative. He is not open to any discussion and cannot tolerate change. He is adverse to having any company or friends in the house. They had split up once before and at that time he left for six months but unfortunately when he returned after this it was clear that nothing had changed and no reconciliation was possible. This time she felt she should leave as living with him was not tolerable and she felt the situation was upsetting the children
children are content. house worth about £170,000 with about £15,000 outstanding
not sure but would think about £165,000
yes but she cannot get even a small mortgage as her income from work is not from a permanent job. She has fairly good income but is paid only as long as the funds are received by employer to pay her. She has approached building societies but none would give her a mortgage on that basis even if she could put down a large deposit from sale of house. She is currently renting a flat rent£595 monthly to provide a home for the children when they stay with her. she states she would have to get mortgage with shared ownership.
Yes but these schemes require a mortgage and she cannot get one as her employment is not permanent
YES BUT HAS BEEN INFORMED THAT SHE WOULD HAVE TO ALSO GET A MORTGAGE WITH THIS SCHEME AND AS SHE IS NOT IN PERMANANT WORK SHE CANNOT GET INTO SHARED OWNERSHIP SCHEME
My daughter now informs me that she has slept with another man on a casual basis. Her husband found some emails on her computer that implicated her. At the time he begged her not to leave him as he could not live without her. He said they could put it all behind them and asked her to continue their relationship. The casual relationship had ended by this time but although she continued living in the marital home it soon became obvious that he was continuing with the behaviour that drove her away in the first place and she left home because his behaviour was upsetting both of the children.
Can you please advise if because of the adultery she has to pay half husbands costs and half solicitors fees as has been demanded in letter from his solicitor ?