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1. You have rights to contact with your child. If you are being denied reasonable access you will ave to consider applying to the family court for a child arrangements order setting out the contact that you should be having.
2. If you did not enter into a trust declaration at the tie the house was purchased, it's likely to be viewed as a joint asset. Parties to a marriage bring their own funds, but once a family home is purchased it's normally seen as equally owned. So she may be able to claim half of that equity.
3. My understanding is that if she has a British child she would be able to apply for a different visa to allow her to remain if the spouse visa is revoked.
3.a. Therefore not relevant in light of the above.
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