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Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX been married for 9 years, he moved into my house which i bought a couple of months before we met, i have now sold it to him and am living in a rented flat, I have put an offer on a house which has been accepted and should hopefully be moving in the beginning of september which would be a year since we separated.
Sorry to be inpaitent, but i leave work shortly and would really like an outcome before i go, Thank you.
Provided the house isnot brought from any assets or savings which would be classed as marital assetsand which you had not declared during the breakup, then he has no claim onassets which are not marital assets, acquired after the marriage breakup. Thatwould apply to lottery winnings, inheritance or, in this case, your house.
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