My ex and myself have a 3 year old boy together and she has a 10 year old girl from previous relationship.
We all still live in my house after she sold hers to live in mine. She has gained a beneficial interest of monies she original loaned me before my retirement to reduce my monthly mortgage payments until i could pay it off.
So, now she has this and it states i must go through the Courts for any sale, is this something they would consider as there are children involved?
I am surprised you have not been contacted by the Mediation Service about attending Mediation as before any court application can be made parties need to attend Mediation, (unless there are exemptions mostly domestic violence or the application is urgent for some reason) Have you attended Mediation or been contacted by the Mediation Service.
CAFCASS are involved in Children Act applications, and ring in the early stages of a case to do what is called a Schedule 2 Assessment, find out brief information and do a safeguarding check.
Back to your question about beneficial interest, you do not have to go to court, you could reach agreement through Mediation or through Negotiation. Court really needs to be considered as a last resort.
Hi, the Tribunal hearing result has only being given saying she has a beneficial interest but not say by what share or percentage only a monetary amount as the Judge says we had to sort that out or go back to court.