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Can you answer a few questions for me?
How long have you been married?
How long have you owned the house? Was it purchased by the two of you together or did one of you buy it or own it before the marriage ?
we have been married for 6 almost seven yrs! it was a rent to own- by the wife before we met! figured you were going there - well, we both have or had business's-her business is on the property! but, we also have a joint business llc?
How long was it a rent to own before you met? Did she have the house for many years before marrying you?
Also, which business is she operating right now from the property? Her own business or your business or the joint business?
Finally, do you have any minor children together?
I am sorry for all of the questions but it does make a difference regarding how much you are entitled to in a divorce situation.
WELL, I KNOW IT WAS A 15 YR MORTGAGE- OWNER CARRIED THE NOTE! SO, RENT TO OWN MIGHT NOT HAVE BEEN CORRECT! ALL BUSINESS'S WERE BASED OUT OF THE HOUSE/PROPERTY!
CHIMNEY SWEEP,CATERING, AND THEN WE HAD AN OPERATIONS FOR OUR 2 RESTAURANT/ GOLF COARSE CONCESSIONS BUSINESS'S!
HOPE THIS HELPS! PLUS WE BOTH HAVE OR HAD REGULAR JOBES! SORTA?
OKAY! WHAT? ALL BUSINESS'S WERE BASED FROM THE RESIDENCE? THE LIQUOR LICENCE IS STILL ACTIVE WHICH IS IN BOTH OUR NAMES! SO, I AM LIABLE FOR HER AND HER EMPLOYEES INDISCRETIONS?
I AM OR WAS A GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR? THE SITUATION AT HER BUSINESS'S ARE QUESTIONABLE AND I AM NOT SURE IT ISN'T REFLECTING TO MY CURRENT SECRET POSITION WITH THE GOVERNMENT! THIS IS EXTREMELY DELICATE !
If there is a liquor license in your name, then yes you are responsible for what happens under that license.I suggest that you will want to get her to buy you out of that business and then transfer that license into her name onlyI hope that this information is helpful. If you need further information, please just send me a reply asking for clarification. After that, I hope you will enter a positive rating so that I will be credited for assisting you. Thanks again for using this service. Your business is appreciated.