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Author: shutterbug Subject: a loan to pay her debts

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Registered: 02-17-2014

posted on 02-17-2014 at 16:40 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
a loan to pay her debts

about a month after we married ages 60,58, she asked me if i would pay off a lot of her personal debt, with the promise that when her house sold the loan would be repaid. i used premarital inherited property as co- lateral and i paid her loans off. divorce was filed after one year of marriage when she had someone to lease/purchase the house, denying that the loan for her existed. Yea i know i messed up big time, yet i have a great paper trail and she admitted on interrogatories that two of the 9 debts were paid from the loan. I have heard of "reimbursement alimony", its good for short term marriages, bankruptcy proof, so i see it as a step in the right direction to get my money back. As of this last Saturday the house got a contract, but she lowered the price to such an amount that i cannot recover my loan monies. anyone have any experience with a solution?
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