Hi, My wife left me 6 years last october, my solicitor has tried on numerous occasions to get my wife to mediate but to no avail, she will not answer letters exchanged between our solicitors.
A year after she left I decided to put our house on the market which is in joint names, & in one week of the property being on the market I had a buyer, she refused to let me sell it.
In the six years she has been gone no contribution has been made by her to the mortgage repayments, or a loan in joint names. My solicitor advised me to go for ancillary relief but said going by her past history it would be expensive around £5,000 that I would not be able to get back, so gave up on that Idea I just could not afford to do it. I have the Decree Nisi but my solicitor said to get absolute the financial side would have to be sorted.
My questions are what would a judge rule on a situation like this? And any advice on what to do next?
well its a lengthy process and costly if you use lawyers etc, enough help on here to steer you through preliminary stages to get things moving as suggested by sp dad
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