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Legal Eagle Q & A: Divorce entitlements in Leigh-on-sea
Question: I divorced my husband some years ago. I did not use a solicitor as he told me we did not need to. He also told me that I was not entitled to any money from the house as he had paid for it all. I have heard that maybe this is not correct – is there anything that I can do?
Answer: Potentially yes. If the finances were not officially agreed (and by that I mean with a court order) then you may be able to go back and ensure that you get what you were entitled to. It is definitely worth speaking to a solicitor.
This Q & A is by Melinda Giles at Giles Wilson Solicitors.