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Quit Claim Deed

Discussion in 'Division of Marital Property' started by Smileitsfree, Nov 4, 2019.

  1. Smileitsfree

    Smileitsfree Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I divorced in 2014 and provided my ex with a quit claim deeds to both properties we owned. On a secondary property that we owned, he did not file the quit claim deed for 2 years. When he finally did, he filed one of his own ( not the one I provided him with in 14) and it states that he paid me 10K dollars for my share of the home which he never did. I just found this out today. My signature is on the last page but I NEVER signed this document stating he gave me money. What, if any, course of action do I need to pursue?
     
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    Zigner Well-Known Member

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    Did you keep copies of the deeds that you did sign?
     
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