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Thank you for the question. I would simply take the current value of the property. minus the outstanding mortgage which leave an average of £50k, I would then split this in proportion to what you have each paid towards the mortgage. so if you he has contributed 4k for every 1k you have contributed to the payments then you would be due £10,000.00. This should be a fairly straight forward calculation. Just looking at this, I feel that £5k would be on the low side.
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Im afraid I cannot answer that, it would depend how much evidence there was to go through, and how busy the courts were, how much your representative was charging etc.
Again, it would depend on how much work was required to be done. It would be irresponsible of me to comment on what I feel you legal fees would be. Some solicitors will take on work on a fixed rate, this is something you could look in too.