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Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:-Are you in England or Wales?
-Are you married to each other?-How many other children do you have together, how old are they and proposed arrangements for them?-Is your name on the title of the owned property?
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Thank you for confirming. Unfortunately, as you are not married and your name is ***** ***** the title of the owned property you have no automatic rights to occupy the property without his permission.
However, if you are unable to suitably accommodate yourself and the children you would be entitled to apply to court, initially for an occupation order under form FL401 to urgently accommodate yourself and the children and then consider pursuing an application under the Children Act using form A1 in order for the property to be used for the benefit of the children until the youngest reaches a certain age - this application will fully consider both your financial circumstances and the court will make a decision in the best interests of the children.
In addition to this you would be entitled to apply for child maintenance (so long as you are the children's main carer) which is based on his gross income.
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