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On the assumption that no legal agreement exists between you and your husband, I am afraid that the house equity will be split equally between you and your husband.
Your contributions to the mortgage would produce no legal effect, unless you sign a legally binding agreement with your husband in that regard.
By having your husband agree and sign a legally binding agreement in this regard.
Otherwise, there won't be an effective method that produces the required legal effects.
Yes, that would be a valid argument.
I would advise against making such a legal agreement yourself, perhaps you can find a solicitor with lower rates that can help you.
The law firm that I am part of can help you, but our legal rates are fairly substantial.
In the range of £1000.
If it's super urgent, within 24 hours or by Monday.
Yes, it could cover all these particular legal details.
And yes, she could look to getting back the money from the house sale.
Yes, but we would need all those particular details.
Sure, have a lovely day.