Will I be able to take things from our house if we separate even though my name isn’t on anything?

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Will I be able to take things from our house if we separate even though my name isn’t on anything?

My ex-husband and I are going through problems and want to seperate. However, the only problem is that everything in this house is under his name. He and I have been together for over 10 years. The reason we separated is because we wanted a bigger house and my credit didn’t allow us to get it because we were marriaged. So we got a divorce and he went and bought the house himself but we were still together. If I have proof that we were together this whole time, is there anyway I can take anything from this house that I helped pay for? Anything we bought we bought together?

Asked on August 22, 2012 under Family Law, Nevada

Answers:

M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

You understand I think that you are not in a good place legally right now.  And you need to go and speak with an attorney right away about the stuation.  He bought the house after the divorce.  It would be considered - at the onset - hsi alone.  You are not married.  What happened to the proceeds from the other house?  Did they go directly in to this house? Personal property is always personal property and big items purchased together would be co ownership. Please get legal help.  Some one need to see what happened on paper here.  Good luck.


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