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Real Estate Lawyer Keene NH

If you review your co-op bylaws, there is undoubtedly a provision requiring notification and approval by the board, which brings us back to the first point wherein we strongly suggest referral of your inquiry to your closing or other attorney.

David S. Forrest
(603) 924-3864
26A Concord Street, P.O. Box 574
Peterborough, NH
 
Michael James Anzalone
(603) 548-3797
131 Daniel Webster Highway, Suite 127
Nashua, NH
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Family, Social Security
State Licensing
Massachusetts, New Hampshire

David W. Pellenz
(603) 225-9944
141 AIRPORT RD
CONCORD, NH
Specialties
Family, General Practice, Personal Injury
State Licensing
Massachusetts

Pamela Ann Peterson
(603) 669-1000
111 AMHERST ST
MANCHESTER, NH
Specialties
Family
Education
Vermont Law School,Worcester Polytechnic Institute
State Licensing
Massachusetts

Jeanmarie Papelian
(603) 628-1355
& MIDDLETON PO BOX 326
MANCHESTER, NH
Specialties
Family, Child Custody, Litigation
State Licensing
Massachusetts

Mary Elizabeth Tenn
(888) 511-1010
16 HIGH ST STE 3
MANCHESTER, NH
Specialties
Family, Commercial, Personal Injury
Education
Harvard University Law School,Boston College
State Licensing
Massachusetts

Richard E. Clark
(603) 431-0009
3510 Lafayette Road, Suite 2
Portsmouth, NH
Specialties
Family, Personal Injury, General Practice
State Licensing
Massachusetts

Peter D Anderson
(603) 628-1410
900 Elm Street
Manchester, NH
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Family, Litigation
State Licensing
Massachusetts

Richard Stephen Loftus
(603) 606-5024
99 Middle Street
Manchester, NH
Specialties
Family, Litigation, Appeals
State Licensing
Massachusetts

Ricardo A. St. Hilaire
(877) 603-8777
Citizens Bank Building, 20 West Park Street, Suite 207
Lebanon, NH
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Domestic Violence, Corporate
Education
Georgetown University Law Center
Columbia University
State Licensing
New Hampshire

Dividing Properties After a Split

Q: "I purchased a co-op with my boyfriend. We are no longer together and I would like to know if (1) I can take his name off the mortgage, and if doing so will require me to refinance? (2) If I take his name off the mortgage will the company notify my co-op board? (3) Can the co-op board do anything to stop me? I'm just wondering what the correct steps are, and which will cause the least amount of stress."

 

This query moves into formal legal advice and would be more appropriately referred to your real estate lawyer who handled your closing. However, it is clear that if you and your ex-boyfriend purchased the co-op together that he would have a monetary interest in the mortgage, and that you cannot simply “erase his name” off such a legal document without his consent and proper documentation of your respective financial interests.

If you review your co-op bylaws, there is undoubtedly a provision requiring notification and approval by the board, which brings us back to the first point wherein we strongly suggest referral of your inquiry to your closing or other attorney.

 

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DISCLAIMER: This publication is distributed with the understanding that it does not constitute legal advice or establish an attorney/client relationship by way of any information contained herein. The information provided is for general purposes only, as readers are advised to consult with a qualified lawyer regarding the specifics of their particular circumstances.


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