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Is your husband in UK as well?
and for background how long have you been together and married in total?
and you dont have any children with your husband?
It’s not as simple as getting divorced because if your husband knows that you have inherited this, then he is almost certainly going to want a chunk of it. You are under a duty, as part of the financial process, if asked, to declare any assets that would include this.
On the other hand if your husband agrees there is nothing to stop you both entering into a Post Nuptial Agreement whereby he agrees that you keep the property in its entirety.
If a person who is potentially being disadvantaged does not have solicitors, it is not sufficient for a person to be told to take legal advice but then declined, it is essential that they do actually take that advice. The solicitor must provide a certificate (a letter) confirming that he provided the advice). The certificate doesn’t say what the advice is, the advice is confidential but the certificate just confirms that the advice was given.
So it would be essential that he takes independent legal advice