Asked by Nellas on 26-01-2022 16:58:29
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to Gauteng
I need advice in joint homeloan accounts please.
I married a man that used and did me in with a lot of money, he had his own business which he run into the ground, after a fight that got physical I decided to get away as quick as possible. He made empty promises of paying back. There are so many I can share but want to get to point:
My problem is now we have a joint home loan i would like to get out of it without it costing me anything, he is staying in this house, he once spoke to my laywer were he would make an agreement that he wil be responsible for paying the homeloan by himself but he never returned and I had to pay the legal fees. What are my option that I can do?
Please can anyone help me? I have read that you can ask to pay out your shares? But if i can just get my name off that will also be great?
He runs a business from the property but I believe with his business going inder he does not have a good record. He also ruined my credit score..
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