Hello, thank you for the question
just because your husband's name is ***** ***** deeds and not yours does not mean the court will simply give him the house. The court takes in to account a number of factors when assessing the financial needs of each parties and the settlement.
Age of the parties, length of marriage, lifestyle accustomed to, earning capacity of each party, assets and liabilities, any children involved, your financial contributions and more.
The court will look at your financial needs and the house is classed as a matrimonial asset, so it included in the "pot" of assets when it comes to the court deciding who needs what.
If you can advise further in relation to your circumstances, I can provide more accurate advise but for the time being, I can say that the court will not simply give him the house.
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