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Topic: Re: Speeding up sale of FMH
Written By: bruv1969 - 8 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
The house is still not generating interest and I need to get it sold. Her solicitor has now said that if i try to get the price reduced in the courts they'll try to get the %split changed (in her favour of course). Can she do this?? I'd still like to know what order i have to ask for to get the price reduced. How can i get a valuation from a different estate agent if she ignores the request
Topic: Re: Speeding up sale of FMH
Written By: bruv1969 - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
David, Many thanks. We're using an online estate agents that give you a report each week of the Right Move statistics so we can see how much interest there is (or lack thereof!) and at some point I can get another local estate agent to do a proper valuation for use in court. I assume that if I ask my ex-wife to let them in to do this valuation and she refuses (or, more likely, ignores the requ
Topic: Speeding up sale of FMH
Written By: bruv1969 - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello, I'm new to this forum (any forum actually) so please forgive any errors and omissions. My ex-wife and I have a financial settlement that has been agreed in court that says she'll get X% of house sale and me Y%, that I should pay a set figure for child maintenance and mortgage until the house is sold and that the house should be sold for a minimum of £Z. The house has been on the
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