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Old 09-15-2021, 07:34 PM
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My ex keeps trying to get me to sign an separation agreement so he can can get a new mortgage with his new partner. I'm not ready yet.

Can he get a mortgage without one?
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Old 09-15-2021, 09:08 PM
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Uh, Im sure your ex is trying to get you to sign an agreement to get rid of you, not just get a mortgage.

Good to see youre still making an ass of yourself rather than reaching an agreement.
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Old 09-17-2021, 06:56 PM
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What do you mean you are not ready yet?

Get ILA for the separation agreement, change what needs to be changed and be done with it. Move on all you are doing is causing problems.
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Old 09-28-2021, 09:21 PM
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What do you mean you are not ready yet?

Get ILA for the separation agreement, change what needs to be changed and be done with it. Move on all you are doing is causing problems.
He and I don't agree on the schedule and we parent differently. A judge making a standard order is better for me because it'll probably be 2-3-3 schedule.
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Old 09-28-2021, 09:31 PM
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He and I don't agree on the schedule and we parent differently. A judge making a standard order is better for me because it'll probably be 2-3-3 schedule.
You are holding your ex hostage from moving on with his finances and household because of your entitlement? That won't look good in court.

Your parenting schedule has zero correlation with separating your finances. Is the house sold yet? If no, what are you waiting for?
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Old 09-28-2021, 11:33 PM
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He and I don't agree on the schedule and we parent differently. A judge making a standard order is better for me because it'll probably be 2-3-3 schedule.
Parenting differences mean zilch. You can't do anything about that.

2-2-3 is as confusing a f*ck and the kids are old enough for 2-2-5.

Every Mon, Tues, Wed and Thurs they know where they will be.
Your life will also be a lot easier.

If they are asking for week on week off say you will sign now for 2-2-5 and be done with it. Ask for some other silly concession if you want like every mothers day with you or birthdays or something something a judge wouldn't just give you. Settle.
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Old 09-29-2021, 12:57 AM
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You are holding your ex hostage from moving on with his finances and household because of your entitlement? That won't look good in court.

Your parenting schedule has zero correlation with separating your finances. Is the house sold yet? If no, what are you waiting for?
It's my house too.
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Old 09-29-2021, 12:58 AM
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Parenting differences mean zilch. You can't do anything about that.

2-2-3 is as confusing a f*ck and the kids are old enough for 2-2-5.

Every Mon, Tues, Wed and Thurs they know where they will be.
Your life will also be a lot easier.

If they are asking for week on week off say you will sign now for 2-2-5 and be done with it. Ask for some other silly concession if you want like every mothers day with you or birthdays or something something a judge wouldn't just give you. Settle.
Why wouldn't a judge give me mothers day or my birthday? I thought that was standard.
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Old 09-29-2021, 08:38 AM
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Why wouldn't a judge give me mothers day or my birthday? I thought that was standard.

Its standard in an agreed to settlement. A judge may not get into the nitty gritty of individual days which would mean you could screw yourself since your ex could say too bad, you didnt want to play nice.

As for different parenting styleshim having more money than you isnt a different style.
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Old 09-29-2021, 08:49 AM
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It's my house too.
I have read your previous posts. If you want it to be your house too, buy your ex out. But you yourself said that the banks won't approve you for a mortgage on your own. So no, it won't be your house anymore. In order for it to be your house, you need to be able to be approved for the mortgage sans your ex.
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