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- My now husband bought a home in 2007 at the peak of the market (before we were married). We can no longer afford the house payment and are now married but only his name still exists on the title. If he forecloses on the home, will both our credit be affected although we got married after he bought the home and the title is still only in his name?
- We have leased our home and the lease does not expire until 5/31/14. I now have to retire because of health reasons and would like to return to my home in AZ. We are currently renting in Iowa. Can I break the lease to get back into my own home? It is my primary residence.
- My girlfriend was married, but had not seen her husband for over two years when we had a child. I am on the birth certificate and acknowledgement of paternity. Would her now ex husband still be presummed the father?
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