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help hidden property (2 Posts)
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20 December, 2017 10:27AM
help hidden property
u467 - 20 December, 2017 10:27AM
Hello

I kindly need some advice


My wife and i have 2 kids and we have been married for 5 years.We have 1 family home which i brought before the marriage and she has a rental property on her name which her father put on her name to reduce his tax liability. We are both now umemployed so we large amount savings. On paper, the rental is worth more than our family home. I pay all bills included a mortgage on the family home.

If were to spilt how would our assets be spilt?

would i get a share of her rental property because have no other assets apart from the family home?

i think shes planning to transfer t the rental property back to her father to cover any loss during a divorce
Re: help hidden property
davidterry - 20 December, 2017 12:37PM
>>i think shes planning to transfer t the rental property back to her father to cover any loss during a divorce

If neither of you have issued divorce proceedings she can do that and there is nothing you can do to stop her. However, if you do issue divorce proceedings you can stop her doing this immediately.
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