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How long ago did you sign the agreement?
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Can I just ask, if you already have a Solicitor, why do you need help here?
Who signed the agreement?
And you know this is a question and answer site, so I can not act for you?
I can only give advice.
You would need to get the contract checked by a Solicitor. But generally they are tight and you are tied in for life.
However your husband is not liable for any fees whatsoever - that is because if he didnt sign the agreement, he is not liable in any way whatsoever.
It makes no difference if you have not been there, as I assume its for maintenance fees etc. If that is the case then sadly you are liable.
If you have been offered to be release then I would consider this, but before you pay any money make sure it is protected.
You can place it in Escrow, that means the money is placed via a secure third party. So once you are released then payment is given across.
But dont touch anyone that wants the fee up front before they do any work.Can I clarify anything for you about his today please
Its possible, but I would need to see the contract and title documents.
So it is possible that is is correct, but any lawyer would need to see the documents before giving a definitive view.
Does that clarify?
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