Q: I need help I'm homeless and low income. Illegal lock out and She lied on equity at the divorce. I had no lawyer
Divorced 9/07/2021 in Ohio she was awarded the house but never finished the quick deed. I never signed a quick deed.My name is on mortgage and as of now it is still on the deed. She can't refinance cause she bought a new car after the divorce. The morgage company keeps calling due to missed payments. Effecting my credit not hers. Also she now want to sell the house but lied about the equity in court to the judge during the divorce. I tried to get back together in February to see if things would work but she locked me out of the house on July 28 illegally. She has all my belongings and mail. I'm lost
A: Parties to a Divorce can file a Motion under Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure 60 B to request the court to grant relief from a Divorce or Dissolution judgment or order. Motions can be filed based on mistakes; inadvertence; excusable neglect; newly discovered evidence; fraud; etc. The motion shall be made within a reasonable time but many reasons include that the motion cannot be brought more than one year after the judgment. Otherwise, pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 3105.171 a division or disbursement of property or a distributive award made pursuant to Divorce is not subject to future modification by the court except upon the express written consent or agreement to the modification by both spouses.
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