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I am divorcing my wife, and we have agreed I have custody of the children. We have agreed to keep the family home, as she wants a place of her own. We have had the house valued and have almost agreed the financial settlement. I have no issues whatsoever with my wife living in the home, as I work abroad, the house is in my name, however my wife sent me an email regarding a B94-1 notice of application? What does this mean as I have told her and so has my lawyer that she can stay in the house as long as she wants? The children go to boarding school if that makes a difference? Does this also mean her boyfriend can live in my house.
Why is it taking so long for an answer?
Yes please can you open up to all UK experts as i have paid already.
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