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Dec 10, 2012

Cincinnati Ohio Divorce LawyerQuestion:

In my divorce I was ordered to pay half the mortgage until the marital home is sold.

However, my ex-wife, who is living in the home, has showed no motivation for selling the house and is not maintaining the exterior so it even looks like a valuable property.

I am trying to understand how to get out from paying the mortgage on a house that is under water and will not sell any time soon due to my ex-wife's lethargy.

What are possible legal ramifications if I quit paying my half of the mortgage in order to force her to sell the marital home?


Oct 23, 2012

protecting propertyQuestion:

I am in the process of building and purchasing my first home and would like to know how to protect this property from my wife before my purchase is finalized in the event we divorce.

We are both close to calling it quits, so I don't want her to just wait until I have bought the home so she could claim the house is marital property when we divorce.

What can I do to protect my home from my wife should she decide to divorce me after I made the purchase?


Sep 19, 2012

marital home mortgageBy Nancy Shannon

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

If you are going through a divorce, do not pay expenses for your soon-to-be-ex-wife, such as marital home mortgage payments, and expect the court to give you credit for it later.

The following case study example is loosely based on the facts from a recently released Appellate Court decision in Nebraska.


Aug 28, 2012

New Jersey divorce lawyerQuestion:

I owned half of my house prior to marriage and the other half of the house was transferred to me as a gift after my marriage, so the house is fully paid off with no contributions from my soon-to-be-ex-wife.

No marital funds were used for anything involving the purchase of the house, though both my wife and I live there as our primary residence.

Is this house now considered a "marital home" subject to equitable distribution property division laws?


Aug 16, 2012

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My ex-wife's divorce attorney placed a lien on my house for her attorney fees.

I am trying to work with the bank for a loan modification, but her divorce lawyer will not remove the lien.

What can I do?


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