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 All help appreciated to sort out what I am up against claim for share of interest
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Posted - 03 June 2014 :  01:07:02  Show Profile  Visit Loz.55's Homepage  Reply with Quote

to cut a long story short,I received a letter from my ex's trustee, they are looking for ex's share of the interest in what was once joint property, it is now soley mine, transferred in feb 2010,and mortgaged by myself in june 2010,(to give ex more money) ex was made bankrupt march 2011 by a creditor.

There has been no correspondance to me at all apart from this letter dated 27th June, I have done a bit of research on here but basically need it in laymans terms what I am up against.

I read something about three year rule ?? so to me that means starting in march 2011 and ending in march 2014 for them to start any proceedings is that correct, I also read on the accountant in bankruptcy website that all partys should have been notified there was still an interest by ex and that now resides with trustee, again no notice of this,apart from this letter recieved today.

Am I right in thinking apart from the fact ex received money for signing house over, although some was before and after signing it over to me,the trustee has not acted in the three year timescale as well as not keeping me informed that they think ex still has an interest?

all help will be greatfully accepted


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Posted - 03 June 2014 :  07:52:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Looking back at your other posts, you were negotiating with them last year, how did that go?

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Posted - 07 June 2014 :  11:49:08  Show Profile  Visit Blackie's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Loz.55

As Viki so rightly points out, you have been in discussions with the OR so this can not come as a complete surprise. I think that the problem may stem from the fact that the house was transferred to you one year before the bankruptcy which may have been seen by the OR as your ex attempting to get rid of an asset.
Also as I have always said, I think that the fact a creditor made your ex bankrupt as opposed to her making herself bankrupt may have gone against her.
Anyway do come back to the forum with an answer to Viki's question and we can go from there.

All the best


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