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My partner and I are not married we have £250,000 in mortgage

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My partner and I are not married we have £250,000 in mortgage and secured debt. The house is worth £130,000. I earn £10,000 a year he earns £120,000 a year. We are separating and he says if I don't pay half the debt 'he will bankrupt me'. Can he do this even though he earns enough to cover the debt? All debt is in joint names. Please!!!!!
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: UK Bankruptcy Law
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