HI Clare. Thank you. But can a charge be applied after the purchase has happened once the percentage is agreed and if so in the absence of an agreement can he demand that his name is ***** ***** deed as holding 50% of the equity? If this turns out to be the only way to go ahead is it reversable once an agreement is in place/how can I protect myself?. Thank you.
I'm afraid that he will not agree to my terms now and I need to get on so I am prepared to risk the delay in order to move a few steps forwards by moving from the current property. This is because it is a complete drain on my resources. I have a chronic health condition and have attempted to make this move to improve the return on his equity and my financial situation in one go. If I stay here the property will continue to devalue as I do not have the financial means to keep it going.
Dear Clare I rate your service as excellent. However I didn'ty get your response to the question of my ex's being on the deeds of the new property as entitled to 50%? The question was if he's on the deeds can the percentage he's entitled to be written into a clause as 'under nefgotiation' to be decided by a certain date. Or in the absence of an agreement is it true that it has to revert to a position of equal share??? Sorry but I feel very unclear about this and this was my main question.