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So the answer to your question is yes, you are entitled to a share of any profit made form the house as long as you have a legal fiducial interest in the house (which you do). Also yes you can use different quotes to save money on the fees however, the other side has no obligation to accept these and may argue but with that many quotes it may be difficult. I would try to mediate with your ex and see if you can come an arrangement to tie all of this together. You may wish to speak to a solicitor to help facilitate this (I will provide a useful link for you). If you do manage to get an agreement between you then I would have this in writing and signed so you ex cannot back out of this at a later date. However, to answer your question, yes you are entitled to a share of this.
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