A foreclosure is enforcement of the lien on the property.
It "closes" the claims of anyone who may have an interest in the property.
Your squabble with your ex over who 'owns' it or the 'primary' matters not.
Not one red cent. Their foreclosure will throw both of you out, equally.
If anyone doesn't want that to happen, they need to settle up with HGVC.
HGVC may hassle you some more. Throw the letters away. Hang up on 'em.
Eventually, they'll get the message that they can't get blood out of a turnip.
They'll either write it off or go after your ex. Either way, it'll be over for you.
BTW, your ex a house would be foolish. I'd sat something else, but too polite.
With all this great advise, I’m feeling better than I have! The panic attacks are fewer and further between. My ex owns the business we started (he ended up with it - better divorce lawyer), I didn’t ask for alimony only that he help with our college aged children and I walked away from practically everything we owned together. Now he has 2 houses, and I’m sure his credit is great. My dad recently died in a car accident so I inherited my parents house, which is paid in full. Eventually I’ll have to put it in my name, but just scared to death to do so thinking they’d come after my property. Thankfully, great advise from y’all have told me they can’t do that. They can come after me as equally as they do him. It won’t hurt me one bit to foreclose, but he may not like his credit getting hit since it’s important to continue to run his business.
Thank you so much. I’m so glad I found this site.
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