Property Separation only Engagement


#1

Bit of an odd question here since Marriage never happened.

House is in my name, did have joint accounts that was used to pay mortgage. Trying to find out if i legally owe anything to the other party.


#2

If you were never married, you purchased the house, and it is therefore in your individual name and no one else’s, then the house is your property to which no one else has a claim to.


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