Make Sure Your Share of Your Largest Asset is Protected


Or know someone who is?

Your home, most likely your largest asset, is likely community property or subject to a community lien against your former spouse. 

The divorce process is overwhelming and you want to protect your interest in the equity of the home(s). Here are some questions you may be asking yourself:

  • What is it worth and how much equity do you have? 
  • What liens or other encumbrances are on title? 
  • Is there an equity line of credit? Is there an IRS tax lien? etc. 
  • What is the condition of the home? 
  • Are repairs needed? Is it in good, sellable condition? 
  • Will I qualify for financing? 
  • Can I qualify for a mortgage if my spouse is keeping the house? 

What You Need to Consider

You need to consider these, and many more questions, before you decide how to proceed in your dissolution of marriage. 

Among other things you need:

  • A Competitive Market Analysis of what your home is worth. 
  • Clear title so the home can be refinanced or sold. 
  • To see if you or your spouse can qualify for a mortgage. 

How I Can Help You

Provide a CMA (competitive market analysis) of what the home is worth.

Provide resources for:

  • A home inspection*
  • An Appraisal*
  • Contractor for an estimate of repairs that should be made prior to selling

* There is a cost associated with these services