Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:-Are you in England or Wales?-How old are you both?-How long have you been married?-Do you have any children together, if so their ages and proposed arrangements?-What is the value of the property, and what is the outstanding mortgage?-Who is now living in the property?-Whose name is ***** ***** in?-What other assets and pensions do you both have (both sole and joint), together with values?-What are your respective incomes?
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Thanks for confirming. Inheritance is not an automatic matrimonial asset but the details must be disclosed as part of the financial negotiations. The court will first consider the matrimonial assets, which will likely be everything apart from the inheritance due to the length of the marriage. If both your needs can be met from matrimonial assets the court will not bring the inheritance into division between you. If needs cannot be met then the inheritance will be brought in to divide between you.
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