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20 Apr 12 #325419 by matta
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Just saying hi. Am new here have been with the now x 10 years and only marred for 6 months befor she told me it was over last week as she said she dont trust me any more and hasnt for a while. so with all this going on she has kicked me out the house. is refusin for any help with the money side of things I.E. the morgage (witch is in both names)and the only money she wants is maintance for our 3 year old daughter. dont help the fact that i go to italy for a month next week so havent had time to try and sort a house or anything out. if any one has any advice then it will be greatly welcome :S

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21 Apr 12 #325507 by Lostboy67
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Hi Matta,
Welcome to wiki, sorry you find yourself here.
She has no right to kick you out of the house, if you are a co-owner. That said if you tried to move back in there would in all likleyhood be an almighty scene and you''d end up with police involved and that is something that you really want to avoid. If I understand she is refusing money from you for bills and mortgage, if that is correct then thats not a bad result for you, the way that this would be viewed is that the bills are her bills and your half of the mortgage which she is paing is in lieu of rent.
With regard to maintenance you would ultimatly be liable to 15% of your net salary (after tax etc) although I understand the CSA methods for calculating maintenance are changing.

Your options when you return from Italy are to try and move back in, but it would probably be worth getting a solicitors letter stating that you intend to move back in. Alternativly you could look for somewhere to rent in the short term, but make sure its a 2 bedroom property so that you can have your child overnight.

LB

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