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Old 07-08-2015, 08:58 AM
Berner_Faith Berner_Faith is offline
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Berner_Faith will become famous soon enough

I made no assumptions of your character, but you cannot sit there and say if value had dropped you would still uphold the same agreement.

She may not be entitled to the whole value of the increase however that's not up to you to decide so you basically have two options. Fight it out and court and blow $15000 or work with your ex and save yourself some money.

Why was the house not put on the market 3 years ago? This is what happens when equalization isn't done properly from the start. If you were living in the house she may have a chance to claim rent from you, which more often than not cancels out what she may have owed you for the mortgage.

Don't get defensive just because I didn't agree with you.
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