They tell me that it doesn't matter in Minnesota. She is currently my wife, and the fact that I am married (period) is the premise of the law. Is there a specific Minnesota Statute or reference I can cite back to their legal team if necessary?
What if the two realtors (seller and buyer's realtor) absolutely insist on both signature on the purchase agreement and closing documents. What effect will this have on the legality of our prenuptial? Would the proceeds from the sale be issued solely to me, or would the check be issued to both of us as current husband and wife?
Is there anyway you can copy and paste this answer to my email address:XXX@XXXXXX.XXX for me. I need this asap and my home office printer isn't working right now. That figures, right? I will need to reference your answers to adequately defend my position with therealtors this afternoon.
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