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Guest katchappel

A question

I have childminded from home for 5 years and run a very successful business. My partner and i have recently separated and he has moved out. Everything is amicable and the parents, early years team and ofsted are aware and happy.

My question is though do i have any legal standing to still run my business i have built up in the house and can i get any compensation if i have to stop childminding and move out. My partner and i weren't married but i have a beneficial interest and estoppel as he made promises based on trust and we lived together as if we were married, that was a condition that i moved in with him and stayed with him.

So how do i now stand legally in regards to my business?

 

If he decided to start being awkward and change the locks how would i stand legally?

 

Thanks for any help gratefully appreciated

 

Anon

 

 

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Hi,

Are you a member of Pacey or any other professional body? They will be able to give you legal advice that you will have already paid for. They have helped me in the past. Check out whomever you buy your insurance from.

 

Very best of luck,

 

Honey

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