I wanted the Manage in on this all. She came and a can of worms was open with illegal behavior for a R.E Agent to do. She found this Agent signed his name to things that only a Branch Manager should sign off on, he made a contract without my name on it and has done several of them. He violated serious MLS and R.E Laws. He's supposed to check with her before he puts anything listings online for her to review, he did not. He did not even have her sign the contract or show it to her to review or otherwise she would have seen that an Owners name was left off. She was very very upset and shaken because of these unethical actions. I'm told that all of them can get in trouble including my Ex because our divorce Agreement has that BOTH of us are to consult on every part of this. My EX knowingly avoided putting me on the contract or contacting me about any of the selling procedures. My head was spinning. I could sense the Managers shock and panic because it's a serious offense and threat to all of their licenses. I don't have a mean bone in my body and feel terrible for her but not for my EX's intentional actions or his Agent's. That Agent should know better.
He might could forge your name on a contract, but I don't think he could forge it at the attorney's office or title company for closing. Not impossible perhaps, but probably pretty tough to do.
Have a realtor set up a search for you for this address and alert you any time it comes on the market. When it does you could contact the listing agent and remind them that you will need to sign any contracts and give them your contact information.
You might check to see if the tax records are online for your county in NY and check to see which names show as owners. That might give you a clue if it is sold, or still in your name.
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