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I would not be so sure of that. It really depends what you mean by "equity". If you mean he has a Mesher order then that would not be realized until the trigger terms are met, and if this is after your divorce, it''s unlikely you''ll be able to get any. If he simply still co-owns the house without a Consent Order then the amount of equity he''d get would depend on his needs, and not your needs... I doubt you would get much of this.
my partner has equity in the house he still co-owns with his Ex. Therefore, in theory, I assume I could claim against his share of the equity on that property