a home with va loan not married but she on the mortgage.

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Asked on January 30, 2016 11:03 am
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I presume you’re seeking advice as to what can be done to remove your non-spouse significant other from the mortgage on your home or otherwise seeking to regain your right to pursue benefits for a new Veterans Administration mortgage for a different home which you would like to purchase. The first step will be to explore your options for refinance should you or she desire to keep the home and to discern whether you or she wants simply removal from the mortgage or otherwise to divide the equity accrued during the period of joint ownership. There are civil actions which are designed to divide up jointly titled but non-marital property. There are a variety of lawyers here at Robinson & Henry who can assist you with understanding and pursuing the legal processes to secure sole title ownership of the home, seek her refinance of the mortgage to remove your responsibility and free up your VA loan rights, or otherwise to simply sell the real estate and divide the proceeds of sale equitably. You have options which this short response might not entirely summarize and so assessment with a lawyer familiar with this topic is entirely appropriate.

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Posted by James Garts (Questions: 0, Answers: 0)
Answered on January 31, 2016 11:23 am