Your ADR date is coming up. that's an opportunity to settle the remaining issues and you should consider hiring an attorney to assist you. You can make a proposal to buy her out of the house. If you don't, reach an agreement, at trial, you can ask the Court to appoint a Trustee to sell the house, but that will cost you both money. You can ask the Court to transfer the house to you as part of the divorce and you can pursue contribution from her. In any case, you need an attorney to assist you wit this issue.
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I am sorry that you seem to have had a bad experience with prior counsel. Without seeing the agreement and unless it would be possible to teach you how to be an attorney, it is not possible to answer your questions in this type of forum. You need to hire competent counsel to handle these matters for you. Trying to request credits for mortgage payments is a pretty technical and complicated issue that even a number of attorneys don't really understand. I don't suggest you handle this yourself. Montgomery County has a large number of excellent domestic attorneys and suggest you contact one of them.
Provided there are no minor children that could affect use and possession, there are many remedies. However, to have ADR you must have causes of actions pending before the Court. Most ADR attorneys are experienced and will give helpful suggestions to resolve your remaining disputes. There are several legal cases that can give you credit for the mortgage, however the terms of the Agreement control. It is also unclear if you are doing this with another attorney or my yourself. You should have an attorney.
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