Q: Need Help ASAP
I really need help, so please help.
I sold my condo and bought the house with my girlfriend we both had name on the mortgage loan and Deed. After we live together, she brought her family over (like her mom, sister, brother and niece) then she start used me, she forced me to max out all my credit cards to bought expensive things for the house or even forced me to bought things for her and her family members. Now I am own 97K dept and unable to pay back my credits because all my working money goes to the mortgage. Now she is trying to insult me every day and she doing that with purpose. I already received credit card summons and feel depressed.
I just want to forced sale the house and split money so I can pay back my dept but don't know how.
A: Hi David... I have helped people like you with a process we call a Partition Action. It's always better to agree on it before you go to Court but sometimes you have to take Court action. You should talk to an attorney who handles these type of actions. We also are experienced in Bankruptcy which you may or may not consider depending on how much equity you have in the house. We offer free consultations too so make sure you get a free consultation before you take action. good luck to you... TED
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