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Did the court order specify how and what was to happen to the mortgage?
I.e. did it specify that she would get a mortgage herself?
The order would have said far more than that. Can you attach a copy, it will be easier for me to read it for myself.
I don't see how you can do everything possible to transfer it into her name, SHE has to be the one to do everything possible to transfer it into her name.
All you can do is ask her to get a mortgage of her own, and if that doesn't happen, then you'll have to refer to the court order to see what the alternatives were.
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Can I clarify anything for you?
It's a matter of the content of your order. That's what you need to read in order to determine exactly what it says. The vast majority of orders will give clauses stating what to do if A B or C occurs, or doesn't occur. If it doesn't contain such clauses, then you'd have to reapply to court for a new decision to be made.
Then you'll need to apply to court for clarity now that hasn't occurred.
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