1. What happens if he does not disclose all of the assets? What if I know there is a property he is not disclosing?

    When the Court are making decisions, it is made clear that both parties should disclose all of their assets. Solicitors advising parties will also explain that to them.

  2. Will I be able to keep the house?

    This is one of the most common concerns for parties going through relationship breakdown. Housing is the priority for any Court, particularly the housing of children and the parent caring for any dependant children most of the time. One of the first steps will be see whether financially that can be achieved but if there…

  3. Jointly owned properties – can I stop him/her from entering the house?

    Whilst property is jointly owned, generally speaking both parties are entitled to live there and so can enter and retain a key unless there is a Court Order (Injunction) in place determining who should live in the property and who can have access to it. Generally, it is not usually possible to stop one party…