Hi, thanks for your question. As long as your name is ***** ***** title of the property you have a legal interest and right to live in the property unless there is a court order excluding you.
In relation to their letter, you have no obligation to respond but be aware that if she is serious about pursuing the matter, a lack of response may lead her to issue court proceedings.
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In relation to court proceedings, as you have a child together - if she is unable to obtain suitable accommodation to meet the child's needs she can pursue a claim against you under the Children Act in order for property to be made available for the benefit of the child and until the child reaches a certain age, thereafter the property can be sold and equity split between you in accordance with how the title is held.
In relation to the annual income request, this is likely to be used to ascertain your legal liability for child maintenance which is calculated based on your gross income and how often, on average, your child stays overnight with you each week. Disclosing this information to them will likely prevent the CSA (now called CMS) being involved as you can reach agreement directly between you.
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