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28 Aug 12 #352326 by chuckles62
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prior to my marriage 18 months ago I owned my house for a number of yeasrs. My ex partner moved in but did not and has contribute to mortgage. She was in rented accomodation before moving in. She is now refusing to leave my home.

Is there anything I can do to evict her

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28 Aug 12 #352335 by survive
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I don''t know legally where you stand on this. Marriage normally makes assetts become marital assetts and would therefore go into the pot.

However on such a short marriage this may make a difference, plus you haven''t mentioned any children, so I am presuming not. I would have thought that a judge may favour the fact you previously owned the property, it is in your name and she has not made any contributions.

With regards to asking her to leave... I''m afraid I don''t know where you stand on this.

Maybe one of the more legal wiki''s could answer you better.

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