My partner and I have recently separated after 11 years. This was the most painful thing I have ever done in my life. I loved her so much and I felt used and betrayed by her in the end. For the first 7 years of our relationship I lived with her and paid 1/2 of her mortage, plus 1/2 of everything else. 4 years ago we bought a house together. She put down the money from the sale of the other house on this house. After 11 years, she tells me that the 160,000 she put down is hers because the other house was in her nam I only get 2,000 and 1/2 the equity. I have talked to an attorney who states I am entitled to more. This is going to be very difficult because if I do this she is going to be very pissed off. There will be no way we could ever be friends or rebuild our relationship. I am very afrid at this point. Do I proceed, has any one else very been inthis postion. Can you offer me some advice?
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