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our home is probably worth about £160,000, however my wife would need a home more suitable to her disabilities,; ie a bungalow, the other property that we bought for my wifes daughter is worth a similar amount.
Would the council not supply her with a disabled access property, she could purchase an over 55's or a disabled bungalow for about £70,000.
I really am at the end of my tether, I would just like to sell my inherited house and walk away, what would happen if I did that ??
there was no formal agreement, just that it would eventually be theirs as long as they kept paying the mortgage, the mortgage is in mine and my wifes name as is ours
my wife and I had not be getting on well before her stroke and I have only stayed out of moral duty really but I can't cope with it anymore
no divorce is underway, what would happen if I just sold my inherited house and purchased a smaller one for me and just left sort of overnight, I can't be breaking any laws can I ??
I have been looking at an over 55's park home at £100,000, if I was to purchase that for myself would there be any chance that a court may order me to sell it if my wife were to start divorce proceedings, I would only be able to purchase this once my inherited house is sold.
The money from the inherited house would go into a single account in my name which I have just opened not the joint account I normally use, I just don't want to end up homeless as my wife would be looked after by the state in any event as she is disabled, its so difficult to know what to do as I am going to look like the bad guy whatever I do??