Did my question get overlooked?
Don’t forget me, please!
Greetings. Every time that you posted, you moved your question to the end of the list. Patience is a virtue, they say.
You are correct to worry. My suggestion is that you work with an attorney on a separation agreement that describes exactly what will happen after you leave. Also, the bank may allow him to remove your name in what is called an assumption, but they are relatively rare. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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My husband and I have a mortgage jointly. When we separate, I will be the one to move out with our two children. My husband will not tell me if he plans to keep the house or if he wants to sell it. Should I leave with things up in the air like this when my name is on the mortgage? He mentioned the possibility of calling the bank to see if they would just take my name off of the loan. I think that is probably a BIG JOKE! What can I do to force him into a decision? I don’t want my name on the house if he is going to be the one living there and paying the mortgage. Please advise. Thanks!