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20 Apr 12 #325376 by munchkin123
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can any one help
i moved in with my then partner in july 2006,
we married in july 2007 i moved into his house my name was never put on the morgage, in may 2008 he gave up his job so i was putting money in his bank so he could keep up the repayments untill november 2008. the marriage broke down and i moved out in april 2009. i have since found out he is now living with a new partner and sold the house to his son in may 2011 ,

will i still be entitled to any financial settlement

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20 Apr 12 #325448 by cookie2
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It is a short marriage and presumably no children? If that is the case then it''s usual for each party to take out what assets they brought in. So it''s pretty unlikely you''ll get anything from his house. If it''s been sold anyway then that gives you even less chance - really you should have registered your home rights with the Land Registry to prevent the sale.

But you may have a good chance at getting some "go away" money, maybe £5k? It depends on the figures really.

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21 Apr 12 #325512 by munchkin123
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thank you

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