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If i am paying off a mortgage as decided
by the judge in my divorce and the house
will be signed over to my ex when the
mortgage is paid off in a few months,
will i still have to give her the amount
of money i was was paying directly to
the mortagage. I live in sc
Asked on September 18, 2018 under Family Law, South Carolina
M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
What does the divorce agremeent or the divorce decree state as to same? That is the controlling document and if it is not clearly spelled out then I would take it to an attorney to review. If it is clear that the funds are intended to pay off the mortgage and not as spousal supoort I would bring an action to stop paying after the mortgage is paid off. Just to clarify. Good luck.
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