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Yes, she can take court action. Since they are unmarried this will be a civil matter.
Is there anyway she can force the sale
and gain a larger percentage than 50/50.
No, I''m afraid not.
Has she any chance of getting some of the savings - all in his name.
Since they are not married it would be civil law rather than matrimonial. However the same solicitors generally deal with both. It''s completely different laws but solicitors are usually "family law" solicitors which covers married and unmarried.
Who would she need to see and what areas of law would they need to be looking into?