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It sounds to me like when you say get his name out of his ex-wife's property you are talking about getting him off the loan is that correct?
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Well unfortunately, he can't get his name off the loan unless the bank agrees (which they won't) or if she refinances. There is really no way to force her to refinance unless it was stated she must do so in the divorce decree. If it does state anything like that, then perhaps she can be forced using the contempt powers of the divorce court. If she continues to make the payments though, even though she has filed bankruptcy, it really doesn't affect him in any bad way. Lastly, if the property gets sold, then his name would come off the loan when it gets paid off. That is another option, but again, those issues are all handled through the divorce case. Outside of the divorce court, there is no way to force his removal from the loan.
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