An­gela Brown

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT -

Daniels LLP Solic­i­tors

THROW­ING AWAY THE KEY

TWO years ago my son walked out on his wife be­cause she was un­faith­ful. She is now en­gaged to be mar­ried again and is sit­ting pretty in the house with the chil­dren and her boyfriend while my son is un­em­ployed and liv­ing in a bed­sit. Isn’t he en­ti­tled to a share in the house? IT sounds as though your son is now di­vorced, so in all prob­a­bil­ity a fi­nan­cial set­tle­ment was reached at the time. If the prop­erty was not or­dered to be sold, then a ‘de­ferred sale’ or­der would have been made. This means the prop­erty would be sold upon the first to hap­pen of a num­ber of trig­ger­ing events: prob­a­bly his ex wife’s re­mar­riage, co­hab­i­ta­tion with some­body for three or six months, or the chil­dren reach­ing 18 or fin­ish­ing their full time education. If your ex daugh­ter-in-law is now co­hab­it­ing your

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