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Topic: Re: Help needed to understand process
Written By: pipster - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you again. It's too late to talk to the council. Someone else is already living there, and I have been forced to live long-term with my sister, which isn't the best as she is unwell with a disabled adult daughter. I only found out about what he had done because he told one of my children. The council's own rules say that both parties must be present to end the tenancy, so I don't know ho
Topic: Re: Help needed to understand process
Written By: pipster - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for replying. Unfortunately there's nothing - he took it all. Seems as if he spent two or three months transferring it without my knowledge, before I even found out about the adultery. There are no other marital assets.
Topic: Help needed to understand process
Written By: pipster - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, and thank you for any replies I may recieve. As concisely as I can, the following has happened. My abusive husband of twenty some years has been committing adultery. Cue arguments. I went to stay with my sister for two weeks, during which time he ended our joint council tenancy without telling me, leaving me homeless, even though we were communicating and I actually returned for a few d
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