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Mortgage Application and CSA Payments

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10 Aug 12 #348617 by bryce125
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Please could someone help me with this?

I have been divorced for 4 months now. I was awarded the FMH in Court. I only pay the interest on the mortgage. It makes sense for me to move to something smaller and more affordable. My home is on the market and I have found somewhere else to buy.

This morning I was informed that the mortgage company have withdrawn their offer of 72K mortgage, and have offered me 66,500K on the proviso that CSA payments are enforced by a Court Order. This seems particularly unfair as he is making the payments. Also I would''ve thought the CSA payments were pretty water tight?

If I have to do this, which I really don''t, can I use collaborative law? And would that be a cheaper option than to apply for a court order? Thank You.

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10 Aug 12 #348622 by cookie2
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Since you had to go to court I assume your ex would not be co-operative in this process. So if you need a court order you would have to fight for it.

If this is the case, and you''ve already had your final hearing, then I do doubt your chances of success. I think a court would simply tell you to go to the CSA for child support.

I would look for a different lender, or ask the lender if CSA documentation is good enough. An order through CSA is much easier than through court.

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10 Aug 12 #348623 by maisymoos
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The Courts will not get involved with CSA arrangements, the CSA are accountable for enforcing payments.

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