Thank you information below :
5 and half years married
2 children 3 and 4 years old
1 recently purchased home with £228,000 mortgage
no other significant debts / credit cards
my income £35,000
his income £65,000I
I own a property which was gifted to me before our marriage but I have no entitlemtn to it until my garndmother dies ( I will inherit it)
I guess its worth £320,000 was purchased for £330,000.
My ex is also threatening to put the house on the market on Monday , what are my rights to refuse this request and how long can I drag it out for ?
yes the children will stay with me as my ex works in bristol and rents a small apartment there.
I could probably afford the mortgage payment if i were to receive child support from him and I currently pay all the bills at home including utilities..ect. I wont have enough money to buy him out though as I have no savings and I dont think I would be allowed a mortgage of over £250,000 on my own.
bought in march for £32,000
Thank you very much.
So basically he cant force me to sell the property..great news !He currently pays the mortgage and I pay the bills for the house , would I need to take over the entire mortgage payment now including all bills for the house (insurances ..ect)
I am also worried about him entering our home when i am not here and removing my belongings can i do anything to stop this ?
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