Complex question. In my gay relationship I put down $90.000 for a town house. Partner and I got loan for rest of mortgage. We then sold and brought a house. It was in both our names. I then put down another&70.000 of inheritance to add and do up house. Now we are finished in relationship.. House sold, paid off rest of loan. We both walked away with just $86.000 each. My question is am I entitled to the $90.000 I put up plus the $60.000 in good faith? I know it's too late. Relationship ended 8 years ago. We were together 16 yrs. partner ended it. I had two breakdowns from the shock. Had to leave a well paid education job, sell house and move to tamworth( country) from Sydney to be looked after. Currently on pension,living with mum. The money from the sale of my home went to well being, drs medical, mobile equipment. I have nothing
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It is vital to answer my question. I have waited 8 years to find myself yet never will I be contented. I now have chronic decease called Scleroderma advance stage, now have muscular degeneration, have been profoundly deaf which is not of importance however the Scleroderma thrives on emotional stress hence loosing my career voluntarily ,my home and moving to country with no friends. Please remember I'm deaf and their is a deaf community in each and every country in the world. It is not simple. I've also been diagnose with bipolar which I was unaware of until second lot of different therapist.BotXXXXX XXXXXne is what am I entitled to? OR if I had acted right after relationship ended in 2004? Remember two breakdowns. First one was June 2004. Sec one was in October 2004. This was the shocked reaction once told late October. The shock and weak health sent me into turmoil so badly hence sec breakdown, I was still having thererpy which partner was aware of. I only wish to know if I can make a late case due to my mental health which has delayed me functioning and taking control of my life, I have made two suicide attempts . Had I spoken sooner, perhaps I could get some financial and dignity back. I can give more info when requested. My case is complex and I know I must accept,move on, I have tried and halfway there. Can you help justify why I'm so late seeking help? I'm still here but only just. I've gone from a dignified trained university grad with a few grad dips, professional citizen to a very sick young retiree( left work at 47 medical grounds) ,maintains a federation 4 bedroom home plus installing a lap pool to help arthritis. Landscaped gardens and large pergola with my own cash to a pension , no job, move to mum but no friends, health deteriated to point I need nursing care daily at mums unit. No friends.
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HelloPut bluntly, you are well out of time. There is an time limitation of 2 years after a relationship ends to undertake a property settlement.Please accept.
Well he said putting it bluntly then please accept seemed so cold! Never mind that I got so sick from this lot. Just wanted some assurance.
HelloIf course I am terribly sorry for you, but I'm such matters, I must advise you of your options, it sadly lack thereof.I to ,as everyone go through horrible times, I do not want to seem cold, but the position of the law is brutal. I have answered the question, I am asking to accept. Such information has saved you further pain and monetary loss, let alone the clear emotional heartache.
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