Am I still to expect an answer? Are you based in the US? Is it the time difference? But then are are you alright with UK family law?
Yes, we talked about 'buying him out' (splitting the equity), would be better for children as they would not have to change school. He might change his mind though, he is famous for it.
Does it matter? Why do you ask?
Thank you for your answer, I tried to accept it but somehow got denied access to the page?
It sounds like I should really get a lawyer, things are complicated when there are children and also 'ex' is not a reliable person, he changes his mind all the time...
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