house is worth 185000 mortgage is 130000 I earn 15000 a year she earns 43000 a year
I have combined personal and business debt of 40000 she has around 20000 I think?
My main concern is if I stay and pay the mortgage and keep the house running what rights do I have?
Hope this helps
She is going to rent her own place, this is her choice to leave and take our child with her. Im not forcing her to go I just want to keep my home here going for as long as I can I see no need to sell and she is not forcing the sale as yet. Though im cant say what the future will hold.
okay maybe its my fault currently she is not insisting on a sale however if in the future she does and I have been paying the mortgage in her name and made more improvements or repairs that add to its value.
Also if we are separated and finally get divorced and I'm still here what are my rights to stay?
My wife is leaving this weekend and is now refusing to give the address she is moving too. she is taking full mortgage payments from me but I have no idea if its being paid. She is taking our son with her all his belongings and what ever else she decides to remove.
Can she do all these things with out any way of me stopping her.
Basically after tomorrow I will have no idea where she is where my son is or if the mortgage is paid or have anything left to sit on.
Her family are playing ignorant but cohersing her in full and giving her money to do these things. ~Although she is paid well as a teacher of ten years.
I'm am being intimidated by her family as they know I'm in a vulnerable situation.
I have no family of my own and I'm basically dealing with this alone.
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