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im tied into a morgage with my ex

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01 Jul 12 #340419 by mrmoo3869
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im tied into a morgage with my ex ( not married) the property is in the midlands an i left the relationship an property 4 years ago to live in bournemouth but im still tied in to the morgage. is there a way of getting myself off the morgage, i''ve been happily married to my new partner for 2 yrs now an we wont to move on but we cant with this still over my head.....i''ve spent nearly £1000 with a solicitor an all they said was that i could force a sale but it could cost upto £6000 but theres not £6000 equity in the house and i like most people dont have that much money to throw at this.....help please

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01 Jul 12 #340435 by wmorris2
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Only choice I had was to go bankrupt. I am nearly out of the year now and soon will be discharged and debt free.

My ex took the brunt of the debts then, how she coped with it or what she did about it I don''t really care.

Extreme step but if your back is against the wall and you have no other home in your name to lose or nice flashy cars go to the court whack £750 down and walk away debt free.

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