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Thanks for your reply. I was going to sumbit an E1 form and represent my self. There are other issues regarding my circumstances. I have charging orders on the house from his unpaid credit cards, which I feel were not lawfully applied as they are not joint debts and I was not informed by the creditors that they were going to to County Courts to apply charging orders. Also when the divorce was going through my ex received at least £50000 cash from his mothers estate. As I did not receive any of this I would assume the court would take this into account, if he were to make a claim on the house at a future date?
my main concern at the moment is that I cant afford to lose the £240 to go to court and try and get the house transferred in my name ,if he does not show up or return the relevant paperwork. A joint friend is still in contact with him, but will not give me his address. My ex is aware that I need to speak to him, but he has not yet got in touch with me. I feel he is worried that I will give any outstanding creditors his new address.He went to live abroad for 2 years has spent all his inheritance and is now unemployed and on benefits. Sorry to ramble on!
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