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Deducting deposit from sale

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08 Jul 20 #513192 by Flava876
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Hi, I'm new to the forum.

When buying the family home, I put down all the deposit and it was agreed that the house would be split 58.5%/41.5% in my favour to reflect the deposit. The other reason for this split is that she was found to be having inappropriate conversations with another man, she denied having an affair and I could not prove it.

Now we are going through a divorce, she is claiming the deposit should not be returned to me/the agreed split shouldn't be enforced and that the equity (including the deposit) should be split.

The TR1 title deeds reflect the 58.5%/41.5% and we went to a third party solicitor to get it attested, the solicitor wrote out a letter explaining the implications of the uneven split and my ex signed it but she claims she had no choice but to sign as she was desperate to move out of my parents' house.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks.

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