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Old 12-30-2014, 02:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ex wife Mortgage, husband being sued

I am disputing a mortgage assignment in my name dated 4/6/2013 and a mortgage dated 2005. I was divorced from my ex-wife in 2007. Per the court order, Mary was to retain her property as well as I retain my own. My name and signature appears on a mortgage document pertaining to her address. It is not my authentic signature and was obtained fraudulently, and without my knowledge and consent. In my divorce decree it states that each of us keep our separate properties and place them solely in our name. It also mentions that I did in fact tell the court that the name on the mortgage was not my authentic name and signature. My name is not on the note. How do I respond to the lawsuit if I am self representing?
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Old 01-17-2015, 09:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am a little confused as to what you want to accomplish. Is it your goal to take your name off title or simply prevent a property transfer?

If this was obtained fraudulently I think you first want to contact the police so they can file a report. Then go to the County Recorder and explain the fraud with the report and see what they can do. Then explain this to any court you are currently in front of. If your ex is engaging in fraud then you should be responsible for anything she does, but you will have to do the work to prove she is engaging in fraud.

Here is an article explaining real estate fraud, which might explain things in more detail http://www.legalmatch.com/law-librar...ate-fraud.html
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