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04 Apr 12 #321664 by unluckyone1
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Hi, Im new to this but would like some advise if poss.
Currently goin through a divorce, havent got as far as the Nisi yet.
Havent discussed the settlement with my solicitor yet either, but my question is, my stbex is the sole name on our house we brought 9yrs ago, weve been together 18yrs & have 3 children together.ive worked continuly & contibruted through in a joint account, he has now left the marital home,9 months ago, ive solely paid mortgage myself since then.
As part of the settlement, i would like to have my name put on the deeds(as i feel this is a more secure option than just the mortgage).does anyone know if this can be done, & if so can my solicitor do it or possibly the court as i feel he wont consent to this, even though he said hed need kick us out. ive land registery rights at mo, but once the Absolute is finalised i know i will lose the protection.
He is in a new relationship now, & is even engaged. but im worried that if my name isnt anywhere on the house, i havent a leg to stand on. and if they marry then split up she would then have half this house that im paying for.
Any advise would be deeply grateful.

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04 Apr 12 #321666 by Tets
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You can register marital home rights You should post application form HR1 to the Land Registry office which deals with the area in which the house is situated look on the land registry site here.

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