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I have been able to give them bank statements that provide proof from my account for approx 69000 in capital repayments for the last few years
We have always viewed our relationship on a joint basis This is indeed the first court hearing regarding the order for possession and only 15 minutes of court time has been allocated
never experienced this before but doesn't seem long enough for such an important decision
They claim that there is not enough evidence to substantiate my beneficial interest \
When a lot younger my father passed away when i was 23 at the age of 60 and i remember my mum having to deal with probate
at 30 years old i lost my brother who was 40 !
I at that time had a thought that maybe i might not get to old age (both heart related deaths) so felt that anything we owned would be in my wife's name
Obviously our intentions were never to part and i didn't realise that this was a potential problem
as an outline i have been with my wife for over 30 years and although married for only 10,2 grown up children who still live with us
From a legal side i must seem such a fool but i never thought that as i was the only one to have worked throughout our time together and the main contributor to the household i would have some claim on the property
I made an offer of £70k which was rejected for the BI the debt that my wife had was at the time £162
Great advice i hope that we get an understanding judge