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My husband after 30 years has left. He left me in a flat we

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My husband after 30 years has left. He left me in a flat we shared with 3 lodgers.
The lease expires in 3 months and we have to vacate. I have nowhere to go and no money. Is he within his rights to let this happen

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Which country are you living in and what nationality are you?
Clare
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

we are British. My husband took a job in Dubai. so are living there at the moment. H sold the family home in the UK


What savings are there and what income do you each have?
Clare
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

He says we have no savings ,he has a good pension fund also we own an Apartment in Turkey which we rent out so receive around 6000 sterling from that each year. He has a very well paid job here, but says he has debts. I have no income.


Do you intend to return to the UK?
Clare
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

I think i will have to. Unless i can get a job here and a home. I am 53 years old so not sure that it will be possible to find something here, that will afford me to do these things. Plus my family are in the UK.


Is his pension based in the Uk?
Clare
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Yes


It is unlikely that there is any action that you can take where you are.
If you return to the UK you can issue a Divorce Petition and force him to disclose his financial position.
You are entitled to 50% of any assets, a Pension Sharing Order in respect of his pension - and possibly spouse maintenance as well
Please ask if you need further details
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