Conflict Of Intrest


#1

Dear webbster:

Greetings. Yes, that may be a conflict of interest, unless you have waived the same.

What an interesting question. The answer is yes, the debt is marital and the property purchased is marital. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
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#2

My wife has filed for seperation. She has retained the attorney that was used for the closing on my home , Which was bought premarital.
Would that be a conflict of intrest for this attorney.
Also i used a home equity loan on the premarital residence to purchase a lot ajoining this property and a motorcycle. Both items are deeded in my name only. Would she be entitled to this because it was bought while married or since i used the equity from the premarital home , Would it be considered mine.