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27 Jun 17 #493885 by GinPin
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I want to end financial association with my ex husband after I buy him out of our mortgage tomorrow, but I need his address to complete the forms correctly.

All the way through our divorce and financials he has given his parents' address as the address that he lives at, despite being in the Navy and cohabiting with his boyfriend off base somewhere in Plymouth.

Shall I use his parents address or try to find out where he lives?

How could I go about finding out? I know he won't answer the phone or reply to my texts.

Thank you

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27 Jun 17 #493889 by WYSPECIAL
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Do you mean on the information from Credit Reference Agencies?

If so you won't need his address. Just order a copy of your report from each agency(cost £2) and if he is listed as an associate ask for a correction.

They will check with lenders then let you know if they will remove him or not.

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27 Jun 17 #493914 by GinPin
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I mean that to fill in the forms that I can print off from, and send back to, Experian and a couple of other companies, I need to fill in his address.

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15 Aug 17 #495522 by elizadoolittle
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I've just done this. You do have to fill in the address, and sometimes more than one (ie previous address). I assumed they just wanted to be able to cross-reference, so I would use whatever he is likely to have been using, which would probably be his parents.

It only occurs to me now that of course I shared an address with him - but as they didn't ask back that far our old home didn't appear on the list of his addresses, only on mine. I'm hoping that will do.

He is financially inept, and this is impacting on me. But I suspect I will still have trouble, because just one of the things he did was not pay our mortgage for years; he was a banker, I was a stay at home mum, so when he left and stopped giving us any money, I soon had to stop paying the mortgage that was in both our names. Though I had no income, I was jointly responsible.

Never going to make that mistake again, though I am not sure how I would avoid it if I had my time again.

Good luck.

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16 Aug 17 #495531 by GinPin
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Thanks, and all the best.B)

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