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If you want your name removed from bank accounts, your order of protection should state something to the effect of, "It is hereby further ordered, adjudged and decreed that (your name) shall be immediately removed from all jointly held bank accounts or credit accounts (if there are credit accounts) as allowed for by law." If there is a mortgage or car loan
, "It is also ordered, adjudged and decreed that (other party's name) shall make all good faith efforts necessary to refinance or otherwise have (your name) removed from that mortgage/car loan or cause the property to be sold within 12 months from date of this order and proceeds properly divided between the two parties (you can state here how they should be divided, for example, 50-50 or 60-40)."
This means that if there are any credit accounts such as a mortgage, those cannot be changed unless the other person refinances that mortgage, so the court cannot order your removal from the mortgage or car loan as that is a contractual issue that the court cannot change.
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