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I am a bit confused as to how you already have a court order in relation to the matrimonial finances if you have not yet divorced - it is perhaps:
1) an order made in in Judicial Separation Proceedings?
2) divorce proceedings were started but never ontained decree absolute?
Thank you for confirming that for me. You can ignore the pop up for a phone call as it somes automatically from the site and not me.
I had suspected it would have been a Juducial separation as the court can deal with financial orders in those proceedings.
Basically what your husband has told you is wrong. The order that you have in respect of the matrimonial finances is legally binding. The provisions made in relation to the house will not be changed if you now decide to divorce.
You do not have to worry the 70% of the house is yours.
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A court order is legally binding no matter how long ago it was made.
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