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Help with appeal on ancillary relief

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29 Dec 17 #498379 by Bibbobs
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Any advice pls? My application was dismissed despite my wealthy ex partner lying about everything. Never married but after son was born
And we split he transferred everything from his name to his brothers including his partnership! This was all evident on paper and he found Deeds of trusts that related years back saying actually they were never my property at all. No originals were ever seen. Nothing was on the Land Rebistry stating these properties were not his! Despite huge transactions stations he gambled away thousands the Judge believed him. I am going for permission to appeal / anyone have any ideas about these so called Deeds of Trust? It was obvious everything was moved after my son was born.

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30 Dec 17 #498389 by hadenoughnow
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If you were not married then family law does not apply on this case so an application for financial remedy (ancillary relief) would not be appropriate. Any property belongs to the person whose name it is in and you have no rights to financial support beyond statutory child maintenance.

If you are disputing property ownership, this is a matter of property law. The ownership should be recorded at the land registry and can be checked online. Anything in joint names could not be transferred without your agreement. What does the land registry say?

If properties were not in joint names then you would either have to establish beneficial interest or use the children act if you need housing. There is a costs risk in taking a case forward under property law.

You really need specialist legal advice before deciding what to do next.

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