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Our Daughter is 23 and no we are not married and are not in a Civil Partnership.
He will not sell and utterly refuses even to discuss it. He can get very nasty, I would like to know what my options are if I just leave.
Sorry If I am repeating myself but I'm not sure if my last question was actually sent.
I would like to know if I am entitled to half of the profits from the sale of the house as I have never actually paid the Mortgage. I have only ever paid the bills, at the time of purchasing the house, this worked out at roughly the same amount. Since being ill (November 2008) I have not worked and have only contributed to the household income with my ESA and DLA, do these circumstances make any difference?
In what way could I prove apart from having our Daughter that the house was intended for both of us. The deposit we used which was from the Council was in my name and we both signed the documents, would that be proof enough? I don't remember any other documents being drawn up to state that the property was intended for both of us.
Thank you very much for your help. I feel a lot better in going forward now.