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24 Nov 07 #7591 by belly
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I have recently got divorced. My problem is that my ex is insisting that he has a share of my parents property which they have signed over to my sister and me as early inheritance. Years ago my sister and I gave my parents the money to buy their house (they were struggling to pay their mortgage)it was a small sum as they bought with their right to buy council home. The money came out of our joint account. By the same token we were supplying money non stop to my ex's daughter (this was both a second marriage). My solicitor seems to not have a clue, so do I change my solicitor or just let it go to court and let a judge decide?

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