New Jersey Divorce FAQ, NJ Divorce Lending
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|Note that answers given in this section cannot take the place of a divorce professional. For financial advice about your specific situation, you must consult a qualified divorce lending specialist. See our disclaimer.|
"If you are getting divorced and trying to refinance your home in your name alone, what are a few tips to consider?"
Your most important goal should be to locate a banker with substantial experience in divorce lending. Do your homework upfront to avoid possible financial disaster when it comes to the disposition of the marital residence and protecting your family’s lifestyle from further disruption. Your divorce lending specialist should know how to guide you, your attorney, and the matrimonial judge in developing both the negotiation and settlement strategy for the non-vacating spouse that will be ultimately financeable, either during the course of the litigation (pendente lite) or post-judgment.
Look to your chosen divorce lending specialist for analysis of the many banking and legal best-practices aspects involved with matrimonial litigation. Seek out reliable, experienced advice pertaining to divorce financing concepts that answers the following questions:
Len Rossine is a Divorce Lending Specialist and considered an authority on divorce lending in New Jersey. The views and opinions expressed herein are solely those of the author.