Here is my situation. I am currently renting a 1 bedroom apartment close to work. I not allowed to go to the matrimonial

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Customer: Here is my situation. I am currently renting a 1 bedroom apartment close to work. I not allowed to go to the matrimonial home. I do have reasonable access to our children. I would like to force sale of my matrimonial property, as my ex thinks the attached final order gives her our home. I would like my half of the matrimonial home, so i can purchase one of my own. Since this nothing has been do. Please help.
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Hi, welcome back to Justanswer. Kindly provide me with some time to put together an answer for you
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A matrimonial home is split evenly (50/50) regardless of who's name is ***** ***** house. Both spouses have an equal right to the house. If they cannot agree then the house will be liquidated and sold at fair market value. If your spouse does not want to sell the house then she/he is obligated to pay you out (give you the amount that you would recieve if the house was sold).

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Thanks a million for your help..
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My pleasure. Thank you again for visiting Justanswer!

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