bankruptcy household

bankruptcy household
Can my ex-husband force the sale of the house to go into bankruptcy?

Lawyers letters were exchanged, but it has made no agreements cover the finances were not yet available. He is now hints, and I suspect it may go bankrupt or are planning a voluntary payment. If he goes bankrupt that force the sale will be of the house that I live and work in our children, or is there a way to fight them. I am currently meeting all the household bills to be on my own, but Name is still on the mortgage.

If he no longer lives there then find some way here to prove it is not his home and he can not do something else. If otherwise obtain a signed statement of any kind from him, that he has let you live there, while he is not. Even in a normal bankruptcy procedures You are not forced to sell your principal residence to.

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