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Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further informtaion first.
Were you married?
Remind me - is your child also his child
Just to check - you do sill have the memorandum of understanding?
In fact the written Memorandum that you have will be very effective and should be enough to convince a Court that the the division should be as agreed.
YOU will argue that the is the agreement that was reached and that since then you have acted on that basis
This website describes the process
It starts with a simple letter saying that this is the agreement that was reached in xxxx and so far as you are concerned it stands and invite him to agree to a sale on that
If he refuses you move ahead with the court process
Please ask if you need further details
It is unlikely that you will be penalised on costs in these circumstances
Without seeing all the original paperwork it would be foolish of me to say that anything is guaranteed - but given the history of failed mediation it is hardly likely that you would be penalised in any way
On average such applications take between three and nine months
It will not effect the court's decision greatly - but it will certainly ensure you have their sympathy
not at all
No you can just ask on this thread as a follow up
Yes you have done everything correctly and you are entitled to apply for an Order for sale
No that is the name of the Order you are asking for
You are most welcome I hope all goes well
You can do it I am certain!