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Are you both joint owners of the house at the moment?. Aside from the house and the inheritance, are the finances agreed (for the purposes of the divorce?).
If the house is in both names then you would need to have a conveyancing law firm arrange a transfer of title so your husband's name comes off the deeds. That would then make you a sole owner.
In terms of the that plus the other finances then a signed consent order needs to be lodged with the court.
You can ask this company to draft a consent order for you :
Once decree nisi has been pronounced then the consent order can be lodged - once a family court judge agrees to the order it will be sealed by the court and both parties will be bound by the terms. The above firm can prepare the consent order and file it at court for you.
Any decent law firm local to you which deals with conveyancing can arrange for the title to transfer to you (for the property).
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