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In my divorce decree, my ex and I agreed that he would retain the home and attempt to refinance it to get my name off the mortgage. I signed a quit claim deed. I checked with him periodically and trusted him when he said he was making efforts at refinancing. Then I received a notice that our former home was going into foreclosure, and that my ex had just walked away. He did not answer my phone calls or emails asking why he hadn't pursued a short sale or deed-in-lieu. I called the mortgage company's representative to discuss what my options were, and he said that once the foreclosure was complete, I could call the credit reporting agencies and explain my situation to get the foreclosure removed from my credit. I do not know if I believe this. What can I actually do?
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