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Hello, this is Jim and welcome to JustAnswer.
I am one of the legal experts on the site and I am a dual-qualified solicitor (UK & Republic of Ireland)
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Sorry to hear of the issue.
If there is a deed of trust (which you say there is) then this will confirm what happens if you part ways and if you are to be bought out.
Normally 3 property valuations should be sought and this gives the average market value. You can then work out how much you should be due.
Ideally you seek legal advice on this and to also have a lawyer liaise with your ex partner to try and reach an agreement.
If an agreement is not possible then you could apply to the court for an order for sale to release your share. If that happens you could be given conduct of the sale.
Given the dispute it would be advisable to use a law firm for this - to ensure you recover what you are owed, more than anything else.
We can't give legal advice and can't act for you in this dispute as we are not a law firm (we are an internet forum so we give general information and guidance only, from a legal standpoint).
However, any of the following firms could assist with this :
I hope this helps
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My pleasure, thanks