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What does the law say about how to split the house, how to share pensions and other assets, and how much maintenance is payable.
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Yes, that does sound very dodgy to me. Does your mother agree that she is dishonest and cant be trusted???
The situation is that my father wants to remove my mother from the house deeds at his house as she has been dishonest and cheated him out of many thousands of pounds,and has asked me to find out how to do it.
She will cooperate as we,the family have explained to her that its for the best as she just cannot be trusted.
Well, severing the joint tenancy might not be very effective if they do not divorce. If your father were to die then your mother would be a surviving spouse, and could contest the will if sufficient provision were not left for her (for example the house).
Yes have thought about severing joint tenancy,how is this done ,how do i sort it for him please?
Very unlikely they will divorce,not much point i suppose both in there 70,s they should have over 30 years ago!
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