Elyria, OH asked in Divorce, Family Law, Real Estate Law and Legal Malpractice for Ohio

Q: How can my wife remove my name from our joint mortgage loan without me knowing until I found out on my own? 2162338367

I damaged my skull after falling down stairs in 2011. No drugs or alcohol tested for at the hospital. We agreed on a separation for me in an apartment because we did not want to let the kids see any seizures I might have. No separation of marriage or divorce but she said that we are separated by not living together anymore. She wants a divorce. And she also had a romantic relationship with my brother-in-law for a short amount of time. She now has a boyfriend. She is selling the house and moving into a new home on June 1st.

A month ago I did not sign a refinance in the mortgage because Wells Fargo and my wife didn't tell me why I was in the account as a contributor and I own another home. And my name on the current account was in my sig. which is not my full legal name for which I would always sign on professional documents.

For the last eight years I have been living by myself with all my income coming from my mother. I've had a few jobs that didn't last very long. Some min. pay.

1 Lawyer Answer
Denise Rini Esq
Denise Rini Esq
Answered
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: The only recourse is to contact Wells Fargo for the bank policies.

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