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19 Nov 07 #6981 by redcar123
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My husband and I bought a second property which is close to being paid off, now that we are getting a divorce he says he is not going to make any more payments. I asked him to sign a quick claim deal and I would make payments, he well not do that. Is there anything I can do. I have excellent credit and I don't want anything messing that up. That is what he would love to happen. Help!

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19 Nov 07 #6985 by gone1
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Hiya Redcar. You should just be able to pay it. If its just a few payments then ring up the bank / building soc and get the bank, payment ref and sort code. If you have on-line banking you can just pay them on yr normal payment day. This is what I do to pay the worse half's mortgage. If its longer than a few months you can set up a DD. Anyone can pay a mortgage. They are not fussy. They take anyones money. You are right to protect the cred rating that you have. Its easy to lose and hard to earn. Chris

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