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Hi The mortage is paid off.(almost 99 per cent sure) The house was valued at about 300 hundred thousand a long time ago maybe now its worth about 275 thousand.
I have paid for 2 bathrooms and the decking and the range cooker and my life savings I had when we moved in (10 thousand) which I spent on sanding the floors and litle trips for the children and eventually that was spent. My ex knows the law and tells me because I have not kept the
recipts that I have no entilitlement in his property .Both our names are ***** ***** building insurance as we are joint policy holders
hope that helps a little. many thanks nicola griffin.
No, he did not. thanks again nicola griffin
Hi no he didn't but before he married he said we could stay here
forever as its the girls family home. He now says when are you moving out I want to sell it and you can go and rent some where etc etc
many thanks nicola griffi n
no dont think so as we had small children and can honestly say no he didn't thank you nicola griffin
hi thanks so if I get estimates for everything than is that as far as this goes ? if I take hime to court will it be very expensive ? what do you suggest I do ? have I no rights at all ? thank you again nicky
hi I can workout how much I have spent. but the bit I am confussed
about is this am I able to claim a half of ownership of the house even if we were not married ? or even a third ? can I only ask for the amount I
have paid into the house ? if I take him to court for say £20 thousand wont my court fees be very high and there for no point or not much point ?
Has he got all the rights because we were not married ? hasnt the law changed ? many thanks again nicky