Hi, thank you for your question.
Can you please attach, or type out a copy of the financial settlement and confirm it was approved by a court?
How much is the property to be marketed for and what is the outstanding mortgage?
On whose advice is the property being marketed at that price?
So why is it being marketed fro £320k and not £299k?
If the agent is advising against it then she has no ground to force such a price. I have reviewed the court order and if you cannot agree with her to reduce to an advisable price you should write to the court with written advice from the agent and request the court make a decision regarding the sale price.
In relation to the mortgage payments, it is unfortunate that the court order does not specify who is to pay this - which it usually does specify to avoid any issues. However, if she continues to refuse to contribute towards the mortgage, and as it is not specified in the order, you should continue to pay the mortgage to avoid repossession.
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