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My husband had me met him for dinner and we stopped by the bank, where he had me signed papers “because we needed them notarized before the bank closes”. 3 months later, he just informed me that those are divorced papers. I’m not sure what I signed, I might have agreed to take on the mortgage…and I can’t do that since he makes more than twice what make. Can I contest any of these papers now? Can I have him pay alimony?

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Posted by naive wife
Asked on February 26, 2016 11:29 pm
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Hello. It can be worrisome when someone you trust has you sign important documents that you’re not particularly familiar with. You need to find out what you’ve signed and speak with a lawyer about your options. It is clear that you have some concern or you would not be posting here. It makes sense to consult with a lawyer to see if you signed something that is harmful to you and whether it can be undone or if there is a work-around that will neutralize any negative effect what you’ve signed might have for you.

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Answered on February 29, 2016 7:50 am