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I want to buy him out

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12 Jan 08 #10504 by stressedandsad
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I want to buy my lying cheating husband out of the house - he can take his money and get out of my life as far as I am concerned, unfortunately he does not see it this way. He is adament I will never get the house. He seem s to think I will be getting something for nothing. Not the fact it his fault I filed for divorce but I am happy to go 50/50. I am just in a position to buy him out. It is also becasue he has never done anything in the 5 yrs we have lived there and I have had such plans and he never gave a monkeys.
Can anyone give me any advice?

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12 Jan 08 #10530 by gone1
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If you can afford to by him out and thats what you want it can be made as an offer during ancilory relief proceedings. If you are happy to give him 50 / 50 there is nothing wrong with that. But ask your solicitor if this is the right thing for you. It may be best for you to sell up and split the equity. Children also complicate matters. When children are involved the split goes in favour of the PWC. Chris

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