I divorced in 2013 in the process of the divorce the property was not added to the community property in the case as I was in a depression I was young I did not know anything about it so now my ex calls me up and says my name is still on the deed and he wants me to sign a quit claim deed do I have a case to get my share of the house.
You might - but it depends, among other things, on the terms of the Judgment and whether there was equity in the home at the time of dissolution. You should get a consultation with a family law attorney to review your Judgment.
Yes because assets and debts are supposed to be resolved with the divorce. Since it was not, an attorney can petition the court to force a sale and the proceeds split, this may vary depending on the particular facts of your situation.
Don’t sign anything until you talk to an attorney
Please be aware that any comments that I have made are preliminary and tentative and not based upon a thorough analysis of your case. I would need additional information and review the exact documentation to be sure of the above advice. The answer above does not create an attorney/client relationship and does not require me to answer any future questions.
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