This is a common problem. If he has tried to refinance and he can't there isn't anything that can be done. Ask him for proof that he has tried yearly. You could ask the mortgage company to release you but they would be highly unlikely to do so.
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You are probably stuck. Your attorney would have advised against this, but you've figured that out now.
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This may not help you at all... but we had a client is a similar situation. We referred her to a real estate attorney who was able to solve the problem. Not sure how it was worked out, but the ex-husband really tried to help. So, in an attempt to solicit help form a real estate lawyer, I am reclassifying your question as involving real estate.
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