Don’t Ignore Your Credit During Divorce

Don’t Ignore Your Credit During Divorce

Not only can divorce lead to emotional strain, but it can also cause all sorts of financial problems. All those shared accounts and co-signed loans that once seemed like a great idea are now the cause of major issues. Don’t assume your clients will play nice and don’t...
Divorce: A War of Words

Divorce: A War of Words

Choosing the words carefully in the divorce settlement agreement can help avoid language traps that could affect the 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...
The Advantages of a Strong Divorce Team

The Advantages of a Strong Divorce Team

When a divorce involves real estate and mortgage financing – you need to work with a Certified Divorce Lending Professional. A professional divorce team has a range of team players including the attorney, financial planner, accountant, appraiser, mediator and yes, a...

Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter – October 2019 Edition 2

Understanding the Transfer of Real Estate During Divorce The basic understanding of the various real estate deeds is a must when transferring title and ownership to real estate during a divorce situation. A real estate deed is a legal instrument (document), almost...
Managing Your Credit Through Divorce

Managing Your Credit Through Divorce

Many divorced couples run into financial problems a few months after a divorce when an ex-spouse starts making late payments on a shared account. These late payments appear on both of the account holders’ credit reports, despite divorce decrees. Once the records...
Choose Your Words Carefully

Choose Your Words Carefully

Choosing the words carefully in the divorce settlement agreement can help avoid language traps that could affect the 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...
Moving Into An Investment Property After Divorce?

Moving Into An Investment Property After Divorce?

The Housing Assistance Tax Act of 2008 WHEN A DIVORCING CLIENT MOVES INTO AN EXISTING RENTAL PROPERTY 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....
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