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Topic: Re: Changing locks on a property? single name, owned pre-marriage
Written By: shambolic - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for your responses @ williapp that sounds logical, it's just when one reads online, in theory she could come to the house at any time while the husband is at work, he returns to a surprise and she asks the husband to be thrown out because he will have done xyz to her. This is the major stress and maybe unwarranted anxiety, but it seems to be the logical option. If you were a spouse desp
Topic: Re: Changing locks on a property? single name, owned pre-marriage
Written By: shambolic - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for the response. It does sound logical to change the locks now that she has left, and obviously the prospect of having an opponent in court with a green light to enter your home whether you like it or not is something one needs to mitigate. In terms of implications however, most articles online and from what I hear from lawyers imply that this is looked upon unfavourably by judges.
Topic: Re: Changing locks on a property? single name, owned pre-marriage
Written By: shambolic - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for the response. In theory she doesn't need to come back as she's gone with her family, but it is stressful to know she can pop by any time while at work, and either take things, or provoke/attack the husband. When you say it goes against you in a court battle, does that mean there is something more than the division of marital assets? I wouldn't have thought there's compensation or so
Topic: Changing locks on a property? single name, owned pre-marriage
Written By: shambolic - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi All, If a wife and husband reach the point of no return, and she goes to stay with her family in another city. Is the husband allowed to change the locks and would he be liable financially in any other way (like if she wants to come back does he need to pay for her accommodation or something). The husband was pretty much duped into marriage by a girl who had family in the UK but she wasn
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