Monday, February 11, 2013

Report from Divorceville: Blerg

If your ex-spouse reduces your alimony without a court order, and because of this you decide to try to re-finance hoping to shave a bit off your monthly budget, it will appear that your income is not reliable, which makes re-financing quite difficult. Because you need reliable income to re-finance. Never mind that if your alimony had remained its old reliable self, you might not be thinking about refinancing at all.


Ms. Moon said...

I believe this would be a classic Catch 22.

Allison said...

Well, what is the point of court involvement in setting the amount of alimony if he can just go and change it? Do you have any recourse here?

Elizabeth said...


If there's anything more annoying and difficult than the preparations for re-financing, it's this.