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Whenever your credit is tied to property, it’s always best to own the property. In this case, that means owning the LLC. This is particularly important if your ex stops making payments. As you stated, you have the legal right to take over the building if she refuses to pay the loan. If you’re not an owner, then you need to go back to court before taking action. If you are already an owner, then you can take action prior to court. Therefore, I would not take my name off the LLC unless the judge specifically ordered me to do so.
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