Are you entitled to inheritance after separation?

Are you entitled to inheritance after separation?

Broadly, any inheritance received after separation will not be subject to division PROVIDED that the parties have formalised their settlement by way of either a Consent Order, Court Order or Binding Financial Agreement.

How is my ex entitled to half the value of Our House?

In addition, even though you have continued to pay the mortgage this does not by itself entitle you to a greater share of the equity. As for forcing a sale of the property, your ex-partner can do this but he will need to apply to the court for an order for sale. This will be expensive and may not result in achieving the best price.

Is your ex entitled to property that you acquire after?

Is your ex entitled to property that you acquire after separation? The simple answer to this question is – yes. Generally any property that is acquired after separation and before a final property settlement will be included as an asset in the property pool available for distribution even if the asset is held in only one party’s name.

Can a ex partner force a property to be sold?

As for forcing a sale of the property, your ex-partner can do this but he will need to apply to the court for an order for sale. This will be expensive and may not result in achieving the best price. It would be much better to try and resolve the property’s future (and the split of equity) between yourselves.

Is the ex entitled to a share of the home sale profits?

A: Although you own the home legally and have the right to self it by yourself, your ex may have some rights to be compensated for money they put out…..but I doubt they will be able to prove it in court. There are many “ifs” that need to be answered to get a clear picture on the legitimacy of your ex’s case.

In addition, even though you have continued to pay the mortgage this does not by itself entitle you to a greater share of the equity. As for forcing a sale of the property, your ex-partner can do this but he will need to apply to the court for an order for sale. This will be expensive and may not result in achieving the best price.

Is your ex entitled to property that you acquire after separation? The simple answer to this question is – yes. Generally any property that is acquired after separation and before a final property settlement will be included as an asset in the property pool available for distribution even if the asset is held in only one party’s name.

When is the House considered my separate property?

Brette’s Answer: If the home you bought is in your name alone and he has not helped pay the mortgage or keep it up, then he probably has no rights. You should consult with an attorney who will be able to go over the details of the situation with you. » Return to top Topic: Is the house considered my separate property?

As for forcing a sale of the property, your ex-partner can do this but he will need to apply to the court for an order for sale. This will be expensive and may not result in achieving the best price. It would be much better to try and resolve the property’s future (and the split of equity) between yourselves.