3 Comments Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
There is a property settlement issue, the ex will not agree to anything, there is $240,000 owing on the house, and market value is $250,000. she wants $70,000 in the settlement where there is no way on the world that is possible, both parties cars are the same value and they have the same amount in super annuation.. she will not pay to go to court either so we dont know what to do next, she is also married again with a child on the way, she will not agree to anything, not sure what to do.. we are close to foreclosing the house.
It does not matter what she wants, if agreement can't be reached, file in court for the settlement. Remember all property is included in the settlement, not just the house. All things being equal if the only asset of value in the pool is the house and the selling costs will eat up the equity, she better get use to the idea of an empty purse.