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    Quote Originally Posted by huffybear View Post
    Just a quick one regarding the house, is ex entitle to have a key even though she hasn't lived here for more than 7 months and not contributing to the mortgage in any way?
    If the house is registered in joint names then technically the party not living in the house can enter it any time that they wish (provided that there is no restraining order stating otherwise), however the party paying the mortgage and living in the property could request that the court grant an injunction/order preventing the other from accessing the property.

    If she does not already have a key then you could refuse to give her one and then she can pursue the issue if she wants to.

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    In regards to my parents, everything split 50/50. Unfortunately, it isn't always the case. I am yet to divorce exh and we have no kids together (weve been seperated/ended 4 years now). I guess my only advice would be just just keep contacting lawyers until you find one willing to listen to you. Sorry to hear whats happened and just wanted to wish you support.

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    I believe the split can be as high as 100/0 in favour of the primary care giver if there isn't much equity in the property or cash assets etc etc.

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    It does favour the woman, especially when there are children involved which majorly sux and yes, it does include super. My man had to give his ex 70/30 and they had to sell the house because she just kept going for more since she didnt want him to have the house if she couldnt. She also goes out of her way to decrease his time with the kids because it meant a bigger split for her during the settlement and more child support now.

    My only advice is to make sure you get a solicitor that knows the law inside and out and hope for the best.

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    Has anyone heard of different outcomes based on similar circumstances, or solicitors that will listen and sign papers whatever the financial breakdown.
    Yes. Which is why it is imperative that you find a solicitor specialising in family law immediately or make an application to get Legal Aid.


 

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