Thank you for your quick response. What I want is legal advice. Even we have some argument about the name on the property we will still keep this marriage and bring up our kids together as we really love our children.
In 2008 when we married he already had a house in his name with about £80,000 mortgage and he didn't mention to add my name. I didn't ask for it either. Only 3 month ago we looked for a house together and even signed the contract together the sale person asked if both of our names should be on it. He said only his name because he had the mortgage and I was a house keep without income. He never talked about if I should have my name on the mortgage or property deed at all.
After we went home, I asked why he did not apply for the mortgage in joint name. He said because I was a house keeper and he was the one to pay for the mortgage. And I asked what happened to the other couples with one working to pay for the mortgage but the other looking after housework and children full time when dealing with buying a family home. He didn't have a good answer to this. We didn't talk through this every time when suddenly one of us started this topic as it was not a happy one to talk about. However he knows that I am not happy about this. He did mention it a bit that when the mortgaged was paid off ( in a few years time) he would let me have a joint ownership to this house. But more he talked about was he would leave this house to me in his will. I said you could change will at last second even without my notice. He said if I were not happy with it, I could contest the will in court. He said I should trust him.
One week ago we both signed the insurance contract to cover the mortgage in case something unexpected would happen and we would lose this house.
By the way, I came to UK in 2008 and now a British citizen. After we married in the same year he set up a joint bank account for me to work. Every time when the money reached a certain ammount he would transfer the money to his mortgage bank account ( in his name) to offset the mortgage and I agreed. In total it was about £12,000 I think. We never talked about who should pay for mortgage or food , etc. And he always asks me not to worry about our fianance and future. He will look after the children and me. My most important thing in life is to look after children and housework so that he could focus on his career.
I hope a little more information could help me to get the answer and the peace of mind. I really appreciate your time and knowledge.