You can move for enforcement of the Judgment of Divorce. However, the court can't require a bank to give the ex a loan... so the solution may be to seek an order that the house be sold.
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The divorce has nothing to do with the bank.
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Bring the Judgment and any Stipulation of Settlement to a local matrimonial attorney for review. It's impossible to determine his options without first reviewing the actual documents.
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