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She would need to sign a quitclaim deed back over to you immediately after you closed on the purchase of the home or would need to sign a written disclaimer where she agrees to waive any interest in the home now and forever and then you would just have the deed put solely in your name.
The quitclaim is a standard form you can download from a site like USLegalforms.com, but if you wanted to go the written disclaimer route, that is something that you would need to either draft up yourself or have a local divorce attorney prepare for you as that isn't a standard "template" type of thing and varies depending on the facts of the situation.
You are very welcome. And probably, but they want to prepare it for you on LegalZoom and charge you extra. If you go to USLegalforms.com, you can just buy the template and complete it yourself for $20 or so...
I am not sure what you would be trying to use those as evidence for, but yes, any type of evidence is admissible. The judge just determines how much weight to give it.