No problem. The offer of a telephone call comes out automatically. You can just ignore it or take it up. It’s optional.
It’s the marital home and it doesn’t matter whether it’s in your name or his name or joint names or what the proportions are. He is free to come and go as he wishes provided there is not a court order preventing him.
Unless there was any prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement about these relevant shares of the property, then as part of the divorce proceedings, if the court thinks it appropriate, it can actually overturn the underlying trust that created these shares.
I’m a bit confused because you say that you are three quarters of your house and your husband one quarter but then you say that its interest for your son so I assume that you mean your name is ***** ***** property holding it on trust for your son.
If that has been done to defeat your husband’s potential claim on your three-quarter share, the court can overturn that also.
You say that it only kicks in when you die although it wouldn’t stop your husband bringing a claim under the Inheritance Provision for Family & Defendants Act if he can convince the court that you should have made better arrangements for him and you haven’t.
We don’t have to put the house up for sale although it depends whether he will accept the one quarter that is on offer if you want to buy him out because if you have that money stashed away somewhere, he may have a claim on that money also.
.Can I clarify anything else for you? I’m happy to answer any specific points arising from this.
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