I would be happy to discuss this further if you need, please feel free to call me with any questions.
In a short sale situation it is important that your agent sends a copy of your divorce decree along with the full package to the lender when applying for a short sale as it may carry some weight on their final decision, but most often it doesn't.
Get the home on the market and apply for a short sale and work with your lender and your ex to get it sold before foreclosure becomes final. Hopefully, it's not too late for that.
I went thru this same situation last year.
1. Did you quick claim the deed over to him.?
2 Did he recorded the deed.?
3. Go to the lender and present these documents
and have them remove your name fro the mortgage
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Your next option would be to contact the county clerk's office and ask their opinion. Ask them if you went to their office "In person" and showed them your divorce decree whereby he got the house, could they change the name on the deed to just his name.
Lastly, contact your divorce attorney and ask him to kindly help you asap to get your name off the deed!
Good Luck. Becky
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