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About tehbb

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  1. Hi I am tantalizingly close concluding the ridiculously protracted fiasco that has been the financial settlement from my divorce, I lose the house to his mother, (long story, won't bore you with it) and while the mortgage was in his name only, the deeds are in both, now his jaw droppingly incompetent conveyancing sol has finally, after holding MY settlement in their client account for nearly six weeks, admitted to my vendors estate agent that she has only recently applied to HSBC to check if I was named on the mortgage, they, after 12 days, have just checked with the Land Registry that I
  2. That was what I hoped you were going to say! thank you so much, I was starting to feel like I was going round the bend, I will make some phone calls tomorrow to get confirmation on that. Thank you again
  3. thank you again for taking the trouble to look at this for me
  4. Ok thanks, thats given me a bit of hope, what do you think about the massive price difference, is that figure of £7046 up from £1046 likey, seems incredibly strange to me.... Thank you again
  5. Hello, this is my first post, please bear with me! I am in the latter stages of a divorce, and during the financials hearing, because I couldn't raise the money to buy him out, his mother coughed up and on his behalf made a settlement that I agreed to, plus an time scale of 5 months to vacate, unpleasent, unfair, unjust, but I just have to suck it up and move on, however, yesterday I received an interim charging order on the house from the court, applied for by D G solicitors on behalf of HSBC for a defaulted personal loan, I actually had a letter from HSBC asking me if I would like the o
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