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As the divorce and separation cycle reaches its January and February peak, these practices are probably being discovered in greater numbers now.An Ombudsman spokesman says: "We've started to see an increase in the number of inquiries and complaints where a marital – or other relationship – breakdown has been a factor."About 5 per cent of the mortgage-related complaints before the Ombudsman involve "problems where one partner has taken out additional borrowing against the mortgage without the other party being aware".With a joint account it is easy for both partners to check that all is in order and that the mortgage payments are going out properly.But it can take a long time for one partner to discover that the other partner has not been paying the mortgage if there is no joint account.The Financial Ombudsman Service and leading lawyers Pannone are among those noticing an uptick.Practices coming to light include cleaning out a joint savings account, spending money that was meant to pay off the mortgage, running up debts on a credit card held in the other partner's name or simply taking out more debt without telling the other one.This is known as economic or financial abuse and it can be very difficult to recognize.
"That will pretty much prevent you from borrowing in this market," says David Hollingworth of London & Country Mortgages.
If your partner is acting in any of these ways, call us at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).
Our advocates can help you come up with ways to save money and can also connect you with local programs.
These groups can help create plans that will support a victim who is attempting to leave and can also help them become economically stable and self-sufficient after leaving.
should prevent you from having access to the money that you earn.
That would translate into 350 cases a year, probably reflecting a far bigger number in the overall population.