I Thought I Divorced That House

cloudy houseThere is so much involved when you are getting a divorce. The emotional shock seems to outweigh all else. You certainly don’t want to think about financial matters. But you must. Many unscrupulous lawyers make their monies on quick and dirty divorces. They don’t tell you everything that you need to know.

The following story is true, but the names were changed to protect the innocent. (OK, I admit it, this happened to my cousin’s uncle’s wife’s brother, several years ago.)

Billy Joe and Cindy Sue were crazy in love. You know the kind I mean, hot monkey sex in the front seat of Big Daddy’s Chevy Truck. They’re both seven times three and decide to run o


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4 Responses to I Thought I Divorced That House

  1. James says:

    Ouch…like divorce isn’t bad enough. It just goes to show, that you can’t even depend on “experts” to take care of you. If you want something done right, you better do some research and make sure all your bases are covered. You don’t have to become an expert, but you need to know enough to be able to tell if the person you hire is giving you reliable advice.

  2. IVSPORT says:

    Just another reason that couples should take more time and not rush into things. As a child of divorce, I plan on waiting for marriage until I am absolutely sure.

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  4. Oasdg says:

    I have to admit that I work for a company that deals in a lot of “misc.” debt, and this happened across our desks not more than two months ago. I didn’t personally handle the case, but I do know that the poor guy that had been divorced from his wife for more than 15 years still got slapped with the account balance and was held responsible for it, because he has never taken his name off the house and she had defaulted and skipped out. It’s really important for people to remember that just because a divorce is final is doesn’t change the names on accounts like the house, or beneficiary names.

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