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Hello Clare, thank you for agreeing to answer our questions.
There is £157,945.96 outstanding on my partners mortgage.
The cost of a two bedroomed property in out area I will come back to you on. But our three bedroomed end of terrace is valued at £405,000
The land in Mauritius cost £30,000 when bought in 20 03, but unsure what it is worth now but value would have risen considerably.
My partners ex- husband bought his property for £175,000 in 2008, am not sure of the equity but will try to find a current valuation of his property and get back to you.
A two bedroomed property in our area would cost a mimimum of £300,000.
My partners ex- husbands property was bought for £175, 000, with the current market value being approximately £230,000.
Sorry Clare but we would have no way of knowing how much mortgage he has.
Hi I'm looking to get the ball rolling this week, but not sure how long the process will take.
Hello , thanks for responding.
I just wanted to clarify the 10-20% equity that her ex- husband is entitled to isn't that calculation made based on when he left the property and made no further contributions , I. e September 2006, rather than the current valuation of £405,000?
Is she able to stake a claim on his pension ?
Ok - so she can still stake a claim on his pension despite her divorce being finalised?
But presumably by doing this the settlement figure he is likely to get will increase?