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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?

Dec 05, 2012

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

If my spouse purchased a home prior to us getting married but added me to the mortgage immediately after we got married, is the house considered marital property or separate property in a divorce?

Nov 19, 2012

Philadelphia Pennsylvania Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My wife is trying to kick me out of the apartment during our divorce even though the lease, which is in both of our names, doesn't expire for another few months.

She is trying to make my life miserable and has started attacking me trying to make me leave the marital residence.

I have just as much right to stay in the marital home as she does since the home is rented in both of our names, correct?

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?

Nov 09, 2012

Exclusive Possession Of Marital HomeQuestion:

What would be considered when deciding who gets to stay in the home during the divorce proceedings, otherwise known as temporary exclusive possession of the marital residence?

It's my understanding that one spouse can't force the other spouse from the residence unless it can be shown that occupancy by one would jeopardize the physical or mental well being of the other spouse or children.

Is that true?

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