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Old 11-30-2019, 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by arabian View Post
whatever either you or your spouse purchased while married would be considered a matrimonial asset... so the two of you bought a house with daughter and son-in-law (even if her name isn't on the deed). The only exception may be if money you used to purchase the other house was from an inheritance which you never merged with your matrimonial bank accounts (has to have never flowed in or out). Same goes for debt so she may want to sign off. Depending upon province you live in there can be matrimonial property law which can also come into play.

Probably a good idea would be for you to get some legal advice.




So I may have worded it wrong .
I bought this house with the children . There is a 265000 owing on this house .
I Am a 1% owner of the house but if things go wrong I am 100% owner of the dept.
She doesn't think that the 265000 is marital debt . I have tried to tell her that it is .
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