What to do if my girlfriend and I slit up a year ago but she filed bankruptcy on the house and property that we bought together?

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What to do if my girlfriend and I slit up a year ago but she filed bankruptcy on the house and property that we bought together?

I’m still living in the house and making payments to the bank but I want her name off of everything; both our names are on property and house but her name was the only one on the loan. What do I do?

Asked on January 15, 2013 under Real Estate Law, West Virginia

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

I sugegst that you consult with your former girlfriend to discuss her intent as to what she wishes to accomplish as to the bankruptcy she filed. If it is to get off of the loan as to the parcel you share title to and to relinquish ownership of it to you via bankruptcy court approval where you would remain bound to the loan that you have written about, such could be accomplished per an order from the bankruptcy court.


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