Thanks for your question. You would have to review the decree. most decrees stipulate that when the child turns of age you have to sell or buy out interest. If yours doesn't say that then you keep as long as you want. If it says that only when you sell here that you give him a certain amount then as long as you own no need to pay anything.
If you try to sell and not pay he could probably file for contempt. But you really need to have a lawyer look at the decree as you may well have other options here to avoid paying him. The lawyer can then advise you of these ways to avoid paying the ex here
. Anything that can be legal and avoid paying would be perfectly acceptable. It would be worth an hour for a lawyer to review the decree here and tell you ways to remedy your problem and allow for sale. I think this can be accomplished then. I wish you good luck here.
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