A mesher order is usually used where there are children to be housed and it is not possible to release equity from the house. It means that one party has a charge on the property and they get their share when a trigger event happens. This may be the youngest child reaching 18, remarriage or cohabitation for more than six months.
In your case the appropriate order to consider would be a Martin Order which AFAIK allows you to remain in a property for your lifetimewhereupin it would revert to the ex.
Bear in mind though that if the house if too big for your needs, you may be expected to downsize. I know you have mentioned your disability before. If the current home is adapted for your needs, that may have some bearing.
Its 3 bed,made costly adaptions to suit my needs, now 2bed changed 1 room, no bath anymore, only walk-in shower, lifted toilet,no carpets downstairs at all. Cant see a couple and kids will want to stay here.
He has never, ever paid or maintained our properties. I have been and paid for this till 2008/9. I have no more savings and currently the house needs work done before it can be sold.
Mortgage payments is £750, 11 yrs left, renting any property will be at least £700?, with a bathroom and Bath I cannot use? And use ''public funding''
I am really not on refenge or want to score, Im just trying to use my common sence and no emotional feelings but have leant a lot about this Divorce proceedings, So glad I got this site. Thx