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Can an ex-partner change their mind and demand more money after an initial agreement has been made?
I really need advice am depressed and Iv not use anything like this before. Me and my ex partner had a house together but we agreed on how much he wanted it was 50k at first because am struggling he agreed to £45k so I remortgage the house and payed him of . 6 month later he changed his mind and decided he wants the other £5k so I had a letter sent to me demanding the other £5k or he take me to court . Is he allowed to charge his mind when amount as been agreed on 6 month after I brought the house

Anonymous

18th March 2022

Top Answer
NQ. Married or civil partnership? Did you put anything in writing between you. Was he in the deeds? Has he been removed if he was? Court is expensive

Jeanette Martinez

18th March 2022

NQ is the transfer done and was everything in writing? If so, tell him to go ahead and that you'll be seeking costs.

Patricia Abram

18th March 2022

2 upvotes

Thank you for your advice you been great

Anonymous

18th March 2022

3 upvotes

He been removed so not on the deeds anymore

Anonymous

18th March 2022

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