Refinancing the Marital Home When You Don’t Live There

Refinancing the Marital Home When You Don’t Live There

Many times in a divorce situation, one of the parties may not be living in the marital home at the time of the divorce; however, is awarded the marital home through the divorce settlement agreement or perhaps one divorcing party is awarded an investment property that...
Addressing the Marital Home During Divorce & Mediation

Addressing the Marital Home During Divorce & Mediation

Mediation is a process in which a third person helps the participants in a dispute to resolve it. In order to resolve the dispute, the participants must negotiate a solution. Problem-solving is part of the negotiations. The process of mediation is the management of...
Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter – Sep 2020 Edition 2

Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter – Sep 2020 Edition 2

The Capital Gains Exclusion & Selling the Marital Home Buying a new home is an exciting new beginning for married couples. When the time comes to sell the home, the 4Sale sign may not be under such happy circumstances. When the sale of the marital home comes with...
3 Advantages of a Diverse Divorce Team

3 Advantages of a Diverse Divorce Team

A professional divorce team has a range of team players including the attorney, financial planner, accountant, appraiser, mediator, and yes, a divorce lending professional. Every team member has a significant role ensuring the divorcing client is set to succeed...

Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter – Sep 2020 Edition 1

The Impact of COVID-19 and Divorce Mortgage Financing The last couple of weeks have produced some very significant changes in the mortgage industry that could affect divorcing couples needing mortgage financing in the future. As turbulence continues in the housing...
Avoiding Language Traps in the Divorce Settlement Agreement

Avoiding Language Traps in the Divorce Settlement Agreement

Avoiding Language Traps in Divorce Settlement Agreements That Could Affect Your Ability to Obtain Mortgage Financing. We know it is important to be very mindful of the words used in a divorce settlement agreement in order to avoid any language traps and future...

Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter – Aug 2020 Edition 2

The Cost of Moving into a Rental Property as Your New Primary Residence There may be a widely overlooked tax consequence as many divorcing couples who own investment properties often move into a rental home as their new primary residence. The Housing Assistance Tax...

Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter – Aug 2020 Edition 1

Working with Support Income for Mortgage Financing Divorce and mortgage financing concerns are often a touchy subject in divorce situations. Particularly when one spouse is dependent upon income awarded from the divorce for mortgage qualifying purposes and also when...
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