Can my ex partner force the sale of your house?

Can my ex partner force the sale of your house?

If you and your ex own a home that is in both of your names, they cannot legally force you to sell the house. Your ex can try to force you out of the home, but they cannot legally. Until the divorce is finalised, you both have the right to remain in the home. Once you are officially divorced you may decide to sell.

Can I sell my ex partner’s belongings?

The law doesn’t allow you to cash in from selling your ex’s items. You are allowed to recover any costs you have incurred because of storing, repairing, maintaining or selling the items. Any further money you earn will be payable to the NSW Government as “unclaimed money”.

When did my ex partner buy my house?

I bought the house in 2008 when we were together using £14k from my ex partners money as a deposit. In 2009 we split up and she carried on living at the house contributing £450 per month towards my £875 per month mortgage until May 2010 when she moved out and told me she wasnt going to pay any more.

Where do I live with my ex-partner?

I live with my ex-partner (we have never married) in our jointly owned flat, which he is refusing to agree to sell. Our relationship ended about a year ago. We have two children together. We both work full-time, but I do 95% of everything at home. More fundamentally, I think he is borderline emotionally abusive.

Is your ex entitled to property that you acquire after?

Is your ex entitled to property that you acquire after separation? The simple answer to this question is – yes. Generally any property that is acquired after separation and before a final property settlement will be included as an asset in the property pool available for distribution even if the asset is held in only one party’s name.

Can you force your ex to sell your house?

While it can be tempting to try and threaten to force a sale, your ex does have some rights that will mean you’re unable to force them to agree to the sale of your shared property, even if you’re the sole owner.

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