Hi, thank you for your question. Are/were you married to each other?
Are you and the children suitably accommodated now?
Thanks for confirming. Firstly as you are able to suitably accommodate yourself and the children you cannot seek any financial provision for yourself or in relation to property or other assets. However, you are entitled to seek child maintenance from him for the two biological children. Based on his £90,000 gross salary, the children staying overnight with him once a week or less (on average) and him having no other children in his care , he will be legally liable to pay £240 per week for their benefit.
In relation to the property you had sold, if you are able to demonstrate intention that your contributions increased the value and that you had both intended for you to be compensated for this, you would be in a position to apply to court to seek a payment from him regarding the sale of the home - however, given the property is now sold it may be difficult to quantify this.
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