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sorry about the caps problem. what do i need to do now?
thats fine Dave. Thanks for your help. I think I need to speak with a female.
A female attorney can only cite the same laws as I. This has nothing to do with my compassion for your situation it's just that I can't change the law to fit the circumstances.
I will opt out of this question and allow our other experts to review it. If one of our female experts has a different answer I'm certain they will let you know.
1) Why did re-financing your mortgage make it harder for you to pay the mortgage without your husband's contribution? Were you able to pay the mortgage without his contribution before you re-financed it?
2) Are you receiving child support from your ex-husband?
3) Did you get a cash disbursement with your re-finance? If yes, what was that money used for?
4) What is your Bankruptcy Law question?
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