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I am afraid this is irrelevant. When you inherit something, it becomes yours. Whether it is included in matrimonial assets or not, is not up to the donor.
her Will stating this property can never be included of Marimonial estate of affairs.
Courts do not have jurisdiction to enforce property sales or transfers abroad. So what they normally do, is to take the asset into consideration. For example they might say right you have the property abroad and we can''t force you to give 50% to your ex, so we will give him more of the UK assets instead.
How does courts decide on this if I want to keep the UK house,for various reasons, that I have clarified on this site, and am confident that I will stay in the FM due to circumstances.
Sorry but that is simply not true. It does not matter what your mother''s will or any other legal document says. You own it, therefore it is a marital asset and from a legal point of view this will overrule any will left by your mother.
Ex knows he shouldnt even mention this house abroad as its none of his(our) affairs.