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I'm not sure if I have posted this in the correct place so apologies.

 

4 years ago this August my husband walked out on me after 29 years of marriage.

He said I could stay in the house as my wages are so low (800 a month) that I could not afford to rent.

 

The house is mortgage free and has been for over 10 years

. Both of our names are on the title/deeds.

 

I have been maintaining the house and paying all the bills for the past 4 years.

He has suddenly decided that he wants a divorce now but has stated that I can have the house

 

. I don't trust him.

Can anybody enlighten me on my rights regarding the house and the fact that I have lived in it for the past 4 years.

 

My ex is older than me and now retired but has a very good income from several private pensions. I have never asked for any money from him, no spousal support, nothing.


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Take his offer and ask him to sign the house to you and then sign the divorce papers.

A solicitor will be best for this sort of things.

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Yeah that's what I thought - get everything in black and white. What sort of solicitor should I be looking for - a specialist divorce one, a family one? Your help is very appreciated.


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How much is half of the house worth? How does that half value of the house compare to the half values of the various pensions and any other savings?

 

I think this could do something that you should be asking an experienced family lawyer


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The value of the pensions could be very important.


 
 

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I suggest a knowledgable, Divorce lawyer to draw up a Divorce settlement. Judge will have final say.

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