You would ask for a stay only when the status quo must be maintained to avoid immediate and irreparable harm AND you can show a strong likelihood of prevailing. I gather from your question that you are being sued with at least 2 counts: Count 1 is stating that you have refused to turn over...View More
I bought the marital house from my ex-husband, on the deed it states he is an unmarried man, but he was married at the time. No one caught the mistake and the deed was recorded. Is my deed legal and binding?
Yes. As I understand your question, your ex-husband 'sold' his interests in the property to you ancillary to the divorce proceedings. Even though when he signed it he was still married to you, it will not be a problem for purposes of getting title insurance/clear and marketable title....View More
If you are not willing to or able to qualify to purchase the property, there are two ways to accomplish what you describe. First, you can do what is called a Assumption--where you folks are let out of the payments and you are substituted in their place. Whether this is possible will depend upon...View More
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