Hello. Without the information I asked for, I can only give you a general answer, but I hope this helps. You can always come back to me for clarification if needed.
In general terms, tenancies are considered an asset like any other martial asset. It does not matter if the tenancy is not in the name of both spouses, the court can still consider it a joint asset.
If you have two tenancies, would it be possible for you to retain one and pass the other to your husband?
You will only need one place to live.
Is your son living with you?
The court has the power to make adjustment orders for property (including a tenancy) as part of the divorce. The principle that you both have a somewhere to call home and have equal rights to this would be considered but he court if you could not agree.
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