The divorce is long since done and dusted, but I have found out recently that my ex wife has taken a lodger.
Although this doesn''t bother me per se, my ex was granted the FMH, as it is the children''s home. As such, the settlement left me with a meagre amount from the equity in the property with which to restart my life.
Why I''m concerned, and why I''m asking this question is that the house it three-bedroomed, and the girls are now sharing a bedroom. Are there any avenues available to reopen the issue of the FMH, as the basis for the agreement has obviously changed?
The divorce was a "Clean Break", however I do have a retained percentage interest in the property, which will realise on transfer of ownership, my youngest daughter reaching 18 or my ex wife''s remarriage (whichever sooner).
I''m assuming that a consent order would still need to be in place, but would appreciate your clarification with this further information.
If you have a clean break, that is a consent order.
There''s not a lot you can do if your ex wife decides to take in a lodger. Just like there''s not a lot she can do if you decide to move in with Megan Fox. It''s signed and sealed, and can''t be changed now.