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I bought a site with my parnter we have 2 kids where do i

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I bought a site with my parnter we have 2 kids where do i stand if i move out with kids ? Or can i ? Will i lose the site to him or will i still own half ?

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You have not said whether you are married to this partner or not.

If you are married, it is slightly easier for you to make a claim for an interest in anything bought while married. This is because it will be seen as matrimonial property and you are likely to automatically be entitled to a share in the event of a separation. The situation is not so straightforward if you are not married. If not married, you will have to be able to evidence your contributions made towards the purchasing of the site and demonstrate why it is you are entitled to an interest. This is the case whether you remain living with your ex partner or not.

If you are not married therefore, it is advisable that you gather any evidence that you have prior to moving out to show why it is you would be entitled to an interest in the site. If your name is ***** ***** deed this will go a far way in establishing ownership.

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