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02 Mar 08 #15560 by zafiramum
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Hi, I am about to file my form a to get ancillary relief, we got divorced but ticked to do this part later, i now need to do is as my ex is not keeping to his word.

I'm not sure how it all works, we were together 13 years, have 4 children but were only married 3 before seperating
. My ex has only made his first maintenance payment in 3 years this month, and the main reason i am doing it as it looks like my ex is going to sell his property and not planning on making sure me and the children have anywhere to live or get anything from it. The house was only in his name, how is everything worked out? I also inherited some money right before our divorced was finalized, is he entitled to any of this, it was left only to Me.

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03 Mar 08 #15658 by LittleMrMike
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The first thing you must do is to register matrimonial home rights against your husband's house. This is to stop him selling or mortgaging the property over your head. This is neither difficult nor expensive. Make this your priority.

There are many reasons why it is better to proceed with the application for ancillary relief earlier rather than later. My advice would be to proceed without delay.

Mike

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