I can imagine a handful of concerns that could leave you within days of closing and having your loan denied, so I would do everything I could to clarify my situation so an underwriter can readily understand and analyze it.
All the best,
Do a consult, yes it may cost you a bit, ok more then a bit yet in the long run you will be happy you did!! Oh ya, use a real estate attorney they will know the ins and outs on buying when a divorce issue is in question.
Best of luck to you,
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