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My ex-husband of 2 1/2 years has a home equity line of credit that is in BOTH of our names. He CLAIMS he can't get it refinanced. The mortgage on the house itself was assumed after I signed a quit claim deed. He plans on remarrying a woman who has a less than stellar credit history.
What can I do to get this loan out of my name BEFORE they get married? Will taking him to court have any bearing on this? Can the courts force him to sell the house over a home equity line? I don't want to take him to court if nothing will be enforced...Yes, the line of credit IS listed as HIS debt and that I am not to be held liable for this. So, I believe he is in contempt....my question is whether or not the courts actually hold him responsible and what the consequences to him really are. If he just gets a slap on the wrist and there is no real follow-up, then it's not worth my time. How does the court ENFORCE this? And how do they "make" him sell the house?