My ex has a 1/11th share of my house and hasn't paid anything for 10years can he sell my house we have 2 children 25 and

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Customer: My ex has a 1/11th share of my house and hasn't paid anything for 10years can he sell my house we have 2 children 25 and 18
JA: Estate laws vary by state. What state are you in?
Customer: Never mind I'm in nz
JA: What documents or supporting evidence do you have?
Customer: Bank statements and a matrimonial agreement stating he was to pay half. I had an occupation order so he couldn't sell it but my youngest has just turned 18. He has several charges of breech of protection order but has never been to jail for it
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Customer: I have been on an invalids benefit for the past 18 years after complications from appendix surgery while I was pregnant and have bipolar oh and I'm on my 2nd brain tumor and have stomach cancer. I take 28 pills a day
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Hi My name is ***** ***** I am a New Zealand lawyer based in Wellingtonwith more than 42 years of experience. I am here to help with your questions.

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I doubt he could sell your property because the value of his share balanced against his failure to contribute to the costs, are likely to balance out

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is there anyway I can get him removed off the mortgage he refuses to reply to the bank so I can put it into a trust for my children
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You would need to apply to court to have him removed

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Is there a form for that? Can I do it online?
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You would need to instruct a lawyer and could get legal aid for that

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No lawyers got me in this position in the first place. I'll drag myself out of bed and just go to the courthouse myself
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Never mind
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People do act for themselves in the Family Court

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I'll file what I can myself on Monday as I already have a debt for legal aid and I'm still in the same position 10 years on
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