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the following story seems like a joke you would tell at a bar it’s actually
something that we encounter all the time. We’re going to hide the identity of
these people by calling them Bob and Mary.
Bob isn’t a very likeable character and eventually Mary decides to call it
quits after five years of marriage. In the courthouse going through the divorce
proceedings it almost seems to Bob like the judge has a crush on Mary because
things just don’t seem to be going his way, after all, Mary was rewarded the
kids, the car and the house and poor Bob seemed to be just left with the credit
moved on with old Bob though, and even though his was living at a Motel 6 and
riding a skateboard to work he decided to not just to take it on the chin, but
better his attitude and his way of life. He saved every penny, paid off the
credit cards and put enough away for a deposit for a new home.
seeking out his trusted mortgage broker John, Bob walks in to his office all
ready to go. After licking his lips with the prospect of an assured loan John
enthusiastically pulls Bob’s credit. Low and behold, to John’s disappointment,
he sees a 550 credit score with countless auto and mortgage lates. Bob
dismisses this issue with wave of his hand as he says "Don’t worry about
those lates John, they don’t even belong to me, those are my ex-wife’s."
John explains that he can’t just ignore them as the credit report is what it
is. Bob says "You don’t understand John I was there at the court house, my
ex got everything, how could I be responsible for these loans still."
Bob, you don’t understand...
it comes to divorce what a lot of people don’t comprehend, for obvious reasons,
is that the divorce decree is pretty much worthless when it comes to debts. The
creditors don’t care about it and the bureaus care even less. Why should they?
They never agreed to the separation of debt, and they are much more likely to
get their money if there are two people to go after instead of one. Sure, Bob
could sue Mary for not holding up her end of the bargain, but suing someone who
doesn’t have the money to pay their bills is relatively useless.
No, these bureaus are not in your corner, but we are; so please call us today at 303-531-0411 or send us a quick e-mail below to get started!