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Florida Divorce Refinance

Florida Divorce Refinance

Cashing out the home equity and settle marital assets!

Reasons for Divorce Refinance:

While you’re getting a separation, there are numerous things to contemplate. Many individuals don’t have the foggiest idea about that, regardless of whether you and your previous mate get a separation order, assuming your home loan is in the two names, it can in any case endanger both of your monetary fates.

Each time an installment is missed on a joint advance, it harms both FICO scores. You’ll need to renegotiate the home loan on the house before you can sell it or move out, and that implies you could be left with the credit for a long while after the separation has been settled.

Fidelity Home Group can assist you with making it less upsetting by allowing you to take out cash from your home.

With the divorce decree, this puts starts to put closure on the marriage. Do not let this be the start of a financial downturn by the mortgage by you and your former spouse. 


  • With an executed divorce decree, payments missed could drop both individuals credit sores.
  • Refinancing will ensure both individuals will be able to purchase a home in the near future. Missed mortgage payments can delay both individuals from buying a home for several years.
  • If you decide to keep your name on the mortgage, the mortgage still still report to the credit bureaus. Any late payments will be reported plummeting your credit core and delaying your chance to purchase a home in the near future.  

  • If you remove yourself from the deed/title but not the mortgage, you effectively give up ownership and still have the liability of the mortgage.

  • Refinancing the equity can be part of the settlement of the property/assets division.

  • End the financial relationship created by both on the original mortgage.

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