Browsing Posts From: Divorce & Real Estate

October 22, 2017 Posted by: Shari Frasure

Most people assume that when 2 people divorce that everything will be split 50/50 (equally), right?  But what is everything, who determines what is marital property, how do we determine what the value is?  First 50/50 can be hard to determine but division is not equal it is equitable distribution. Kentucky Equitable Distribution State Equitable distribution is the distribution of property and debt obligations used by courts in most states when dividing marital property during divorce proceedings. Equitable distribution does not mean “equal” division – it means “fair” division. Many people assume that they can just create their own list and give […]

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November 21, 2016 Posted by: Shari Frasure

Divorce is never easy especially when there is Real Estate involved. Sometimes we don’t realize there is more to determining what the marketable equity is in the house we are dividing. Do you know what your mortgage pay-off is or if the payments are current? Have you had a home inspection? Do you know if there are any recorded liens? Click on the link below and find out how I can help you. http://sharifrasuregets.housedocumentshandled.com/ Many of the documents you need before you agree to keep the house are FREE, I […]

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September 17, 2016 Posted by: Shari Frasure

Press Release Realtor Shari Frasure with Rector Hayden Realtors has a new designation, RCD-S™Real Estate Collaboration Specialist-Divorce Industry: Real Estate Headline: Keep the House for all the Right Reasons – By Preventing Permanent Mistakes in Divorce/Elder Family Mediation Press Release Body: Lexington, Kentucky 2016 – The family home is usually the most significant asset in divorce and elder mediation, often with significant debt. However, appraisal minus mortgage does NOT equal actual equity. This incomplete equation leaves your house over-valued and that works against you in family mediation for divorce and elder […]

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May 11, 2016 Posted by: Shari Frasure

In a divorce it’s possible that your house may have unknown Liens recorded against it hence why you always want to have a title ran before you divide property.  There are some things you need to know before you decide to keep the house. What kind of property is subject to a judgment lien under Kentucky law? In every state, a judgment lien can be attached to the debtor’s real estate — meaning a house, condo, land, or similar kind of property interest.

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Dollars and Your Divorce-How Your Decision Adds Up

February 23, 2016 Posted by: admin

Are you one of the millions of Americans wrestling with an impending divorce? Do you lose sleep at night wondering about what to do with your house in the divorce? If so, watch below and get the answers you need. What to do with the marital home is a highly-charged emotional discussion and often the largest financial decision most families will make. To help answer questions about divorce and your home, I joined the dynamic duo of Joanie Winberg and Roslind Sedacca on The Divorce View radio show to explore […]

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Wildflower Group helps divorced woman start a new life | REAL ESTATE, DIVORCE, HELP, KENTUCKY

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TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones shares how a program called the Wildflower Group is helping women recover financially and emotionally after going through a divorce or loss of a spouse.

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Are You Making These Huge Divorce Mistakes?

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Divorce can feel like a never-ending nightmare and while you want to avoid making these huge divorce mistakes, the sheer amount of logistics, to-do’s, and confusion thrown upon you is enough to make your head explode. This sense of overwhelm, paired with the stress, heartbreak, and anger are a toxic combination that can leave even the most logical person vulnerable and open to making poor decisions. Although feeling overcome and confused during divorce is normal, your future well-being is at stake. Avoiding these huge divorce mistakes will save you time, […]

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The Most Amazing Divorce Advice … From My Lawyer

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As soon as you mention divorce to friends and family members, they will offer you advice. Often this isn’t the most amazing divorce advice but rather tips based on a stranger’s nightmare divorce that bares little similarity to your situation or doesn’t reflect recent changes in the law or social practice. The key with advice is hearing what’s being said, assessing the giver’s credibility and then evaluating its usefulness to your circumstances. The most amazing divorce advice can sometimes come from surprising sources  … as my guest blogger Martha Bodyfelt […]

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