looseing home after probate
My partner died a year ago from cancer. she died the night before she was going to finalize her will. We never married so I am aware that I have no rights. We was tenants in common. A deed of variation to her will was agreed. The executor of her will is her sons whom are also the beneficiary of her estate. The house that I live in is now split between myself and her two sons with myself having 2 thirds and they having the remainder. There was no mortgage protection on the property. During the last 12 months I have met the full mortgage payment that is destroying me. I live on 50 pence a day after all bills have been paid. The beneficiary don't pay any money towards the mortgage yet they expect that when the house sells that their percentage of their share remains the same despite me making full mortgage payments. The beneficiary solicitor has informed me that because I still live in The house that the sons don't have to pay because I have the benefit of the house. And also I should be paying the beneficiary rent. The mortgage company has not yet put their names of the beneficiary on the deeds and my partners name is still on them. extending the mortgage is not an option as I don't have the money to pay them off as it is a substantially amount. This is a nightmare that after 23 years together that my partner could have never had seen coming. Reposession looks like the only option left for me. any advice is most welcome. cancer took my partner and it has destroyed my last memories I have.
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