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Nov 23, 2012

Cincinnati Ohio Divorce LawyerQuestion:

Can I remove my wife's name from our bank accounts, credit cards, and other financial obligations that are in both of our names?

We have not filed for divorce yet, though she has moved out and plans on filing at a future date.

Nov 12, 2012

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

My wife wants to divorce me and have me pay her mortgage for another house that she will live in, but I am concerned about how this affects my exposure to alimony.

Is it a bad idea for me to purchase this second house for my wife with my name on the loan if we were to later divorce?

How does the fact that I would be paying for two households affect any potential alimony payments?

Aug 23, 2012

divorce lawyer Daniel LambertQuestion:

I have a vehicle financed in my name.

During temporary orders, my soon-to-be-ex-wife was awarded possession of the vehicle until the divorce is final at which point we are to switch cars since I am driving the one in her name that is paid off.

She is saying that since I signed an uncontested divorce she gets to keep my car.

Is this true? I am the one paying off the loan, making insurance payments, etc. Can I take the car back?

Jul 08, 2012

New Jersey divorce lawyerQuestion:

I was ordered to pay off my ex-wife's car in the marital settlement agreement. It is apparently a lemon and the dealer is willing to "buy back" the car.

My ex is saying I'm responsible for the loan balance, i.e., she thinks I should have to buy her a new car if we sold her current one.

What do you think her chances are of holding me liable?

May 17, 2011

financial advice divorceFinancial adviser Dan Danford answers a personal finance question from a Money Made Easy viewer:

"My son wants to purchase a car and have me co-sign for it. I have an average credit score so I don't think I would be rejected as a co-signer, but will the fact that I am co-signing for my son affect my credit score in any way?"

Danford, MBA, CRSP, of Family Investment Center, explains while co-signing may not affect your credit score, it may affect your ability to get loans in the future.

Remember that loaning money or co-signing is a business transaction. Treat it as such.

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