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Hi, I’m Lea and I will be assisting you with your query today.
I am very sorry to hear about your dilemma, but will do my best to provide you with advice and guidance on what to do next. Is this a jointly owned house? Or are you married?
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Whose name is ***** ***** in, yours or his?
If you are actually divorced, as in the decree absolute has been pronounced, then he has no right to be in the home and you can evict him. Just put him out, you don't need a court order.
If he thinks that he has a claim against the house, then he will need to make an application to the court for a financial settlement. This should really have been done once the decree nisi was pronounced, but it's not too late for him to make a claim if he wants to, but if the DA has been pronounced and you are now divorced, his previous home rights which would have allowed him to live in the property if he choose have ended.
It's a civil matter, the police won't be interested.
Are these children yours and hers?
Who is the main carer of them?
I cannot see your response, can you repeat it please.
To be clear, she moved back in with the children, or was she living alone elsewhere?
I suggest you see a solicitor to sort out the marital finances. Clearly you cannot throw her out if she has a child of yours to look after.
I can only provide you with advice/guidance, which I have done. If her name is ***** ***** the property and you are officially divorced you can ask her to leave.
No problem. All the best.
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