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It's mainly my ex's non compliance with paying her obligations. For example, while she was allowed to live in the home early in the divorce, she paid basically no bills, as requested in the agreement, including letting the home go into foreclosure twice in less than 2 years, I covered her missed payments & was given credits. But along the way, the court never factored in the home equity loan deduction part of the marital home equity equation, as required in the dissolution agreement, so my ex is now trying to skate away from this obligation, & so far the court seems to be siding with her, even though she never paid towards this home equity loan as required, and the balance had risen to over $38,000.00, before I was finally able to pay it off last summer. She had a moving sale, sold all the marital residence furniture, before giving notice to 'anyone' - court didn't care, she kept all the proceeds. Etc....
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