Michael David Siegel's answer This is really more of a tax issue than a legal one. Thus, consult an accountant. That being said, I think the LLCs should be separate, and there should be no umbrella for both.
Michael David Siegel's answer To whom do you owe the money? If the school, write a letter denying the debt, and wait to be sued. If the Higher Education Authority or USDOE, then check your credit report and see how it is reflected and reach out to them.
Michael David Siegel's answer You would generally not get back the original note in a real property matter. The payoff letter and satisfaction of mortgage are sufficient. You are raising an issue that is not an issue.
Michael David Siegel's answer If you are on the deed it cannot be sold from under you. However, he can only be off the mortgage if you refinance in your name alone and he agrees to sign the deed fully to you. Your divorce decree should have specified what happens to the house.
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