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Clare, Family Solicitor
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Experience:  I have been a solicitor in High Street Practise since 1985 and have specialised in Family Law for the last 10 years
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Returning to the Interim Power of Sale concept, whilst heavy

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Returning to the Interim Power of Sale concept, whilst heavy bickering in the family interested the court, they seem to have focused on looming bankruptcy and minimal equity. That seems exactly what we have - 6% mortgage, increasing £500 per month from Feb, large debts and looming bankruptcy, with potential effect on the child and just the husband in the home, not even the wife and child. But because we will not manage our mortgage payments the building society will presumably start a sale process of its own. The Family court presumably cannot stop the lender re-possessing. Do you know how speedily an interim order leads to a sale, as compared to the lender route?
HiThank you for your questionRepossession proceedings take many many months - there is no basis on which this is likely to be relevant to the process of the family proceedingsClare
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