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    Marko
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      <li style=”text-align: left;”>It’s child abduction, they can’t behave like this

    I am a full time single parent father also. welcome to the world of experiencing sexisim and double standards as a single parent father, I am afraid you will get used to as per the polices  operators comments its already happening

    <span style=”color: #1a1919; font-family: Lato, sans-serif; background-color: #fbfbfb;”>”The operator on SS cut me off pretty quickly as I was describing the situation, She actually said “if you were a woman maybe things would be different but you’re going to have to take it to the courts” </span>

    Well if you are parent with sole responsibility it is abduction

    For now best message them politely asking when she will be back. Once back cut them off.

    You can probably start planning  others things now like how you will cope financially as a single parent. Will still work so childcare arrangements? Maybe single parent on benefits until you have a handle on situation?

     

    Do you have a support network like your own family to help out?

     

     

     

    #31366 Report

    Marko
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    Not if its just in his name, however if he was trading as Ltd company and you was part of that company on paper benefiting from the tax avoidance scheme on paper then you “could” also be liable, best ask for papers/letters/accounts

    regarding this matter from him and have a meeting with an accountant

     

     

    #31361 Report

    Marko
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    Average costs of selling at high Street estate agents is 1%+vat of property which is subtracted by the solicitors and paid directly to the estate agents before they transfer the remaining net profit after the mortgage has been paid off so technically there is nothing to contribute to as it will be a shared cost deducted at source basically before profit gets transferred over

    #31360 Report

    Marko
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    That 30k you paid would be split into two

    1)capital repayment of mortgage amount borrowed

    2) interest on the amount borrowed

    As he does not live there and you do I doubt you could subtract the whole 30k legally of the net money left over from a sale

    More reasonable would be to subtract the amount you actually paid off on the capital repayment of the mortgage from the 30k you put in and take that out of his share of the net profit made

    Work this out with a mortgage statement back dated to when you started paying as they show total breakdown of interest and capital repayment

     

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