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I've separated/ divorced with my partner and we draw a

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I've separated/ divorced with my partner and we draw a consent order where matrimonial house is for her and buy yo let property for myself. The order was approved by the judge in court
I've managed to change the title on the house/ buy to let on my sole name and now I'm planning to sell it to repay my debts.
The buy to let I got was in negative equity during the settlement/ consent order which I've managed to overturn
My question is: is it my ex-partner entitle to the profit after sale to my buy to let property as her name is ***** ***** on mortgage papers?
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Harris replied 10 months ago.

Hi, thank you for your question. Please double check your consent order - it would usually have a clause that prevents both of you making claims against the other and if that is included she will npt be entitled to make a claim for further financial relief despite the increase in value, unless there was misrepresentation or fraud from you in the proceedings which would have led to a different outcome to the settlement.

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