Okay asshole. I have a previous text from you that said I get the marital house outright, I've got a notarized Quit Claim from you granting me sole ownership of the house legally, and you have signed the divorce agreement in front of a notary that gives me the house in its entirety and that has been officially filed with the court. Exactly what "approval" from you am I missing here to take legal possession of the home???
Geez, it must really be nice to live such a delusional life in NPD land...
Do what you gotta do, fucktwit, and spend more money that you don't have on frivolous action that will get laughed out of court...
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You filed the change of the house deed without my approval. I will be filing legal action to remove the house from you.
I've got a notarized Quit Claim from you granting me sole ownership of the house legally
Signing a Quit Claim is giving your approval to change the deed. I mean it is what its name implies. You QUIT any CLAIM to the deed. What an idiot.
ETA: spelling goof
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Sometimes it's better to push someone away...not because you stopped loving them but because you can't take the pain anymore.
too bad so sad for him.
wow...i've heard some doozies around here but that's pretty high on the list of stupid.
enjoy the moment...
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I guess now that the cornerstone has been removed, the foundation is crumbling, everything is collapsing and his house of cards is imploding... ahh, poor, poor, baby.... wahhhhhh!!
I guess in his NPD World a Quit Claim means "I am signing over the property legally but don't really mean it and you can't file it so I can keep up my smoke and mirrors game to the rest of the world..."
Ah, NPDLand..even the glitter farting unicorns aren't special enough to live there.
D-Day, June 10, 2012
I don't know Phoenix - you might be in trouble if he has proof and witnesses that his had his fingers crossed when he signed.
Did his L not explain this part in little words for him?
This is a new one...and I
I love the way asshats write. You can fit an entire house inside of you - well, then yes, it MUST be removed!
spend more money that you don't have on frivolous action that will get laughed out of court...
Oh Phoenix, please don't tell him that it's all legally been taken care of...let him make an ass of himself and spend money.
One of the best is that he is demanding that I ship three ATVs to him ASAP. First, he can kiss my ass if he thinks I would do that. Second, he already told the kids that he was giving them to them outright, so if he wants them he can tell the kids that he didn't really mean it (sounds eerily familiar to him not really meaning the Quit Claim) and deal with the fallout from that. Third, if he wanted them why didn't he pick them up when he was here in the state secretly in July?? I don't give a rat's ass about the ATVs, but I will be furious if he does this to the kids just because he wants to be a dick to me. Lastly, if he really thinks I would pay to ship them to him 4,000 miles away he is insane.
He has lost his sense of control and is going ballistic!! In response he gets crickets and eye rolls, and some chuckles over his sense of entitlement. This is how he rolls, and this is why I sucked up my pride and ate the proverbial shit sandwich over the past months being overly nice and civil to get him to sign the papers.
His true colors are certainly showing now! Mr. Civility, I think not...
ETA: What I would REALLY like to tell him is to put down the crack pipe because he has killed too many brain cells and exacerbating his stupidity... (he doesn't really do drugs, but it sure seems that way!)
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Stay safe, ok?
"Sometimes it takes a good fall to know where you really stand."
But please reassure me that you're watching your back. Just in case he truly loses it.
I am, at least as much as I possibly can. I've seen him lose it with law enforcement (remember, that's his career), attorneys, city administrators, etc. over the years. I know how he responded and tactics he used so I have a good sense of what to expect, and I ALWAYS keep my guard up with him! I don't trust him AT ALL!
Thanks for the concern.
I'm not trying to stress you but this is what happened in my case.
My 1st cheating ex-husband convinced me to sign a quit claim deed removing my name on our marital home. He said he'd stop the divorce once I proved I wasn't in our marriage for the "stuff". He said that once it was filed with the court he'd stop our divorce. I signed over the deed and had my name removed and surprise, he never stopped the divorce. I immediately hired an attorney who filed a motion that the deed was filed by me under stress. The judge resended the deed back into both our names and the house was divided 50/50 between the both of us in our divorce.
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I immediately hired an attorney who filed a motion that the deed was filed by me under stress. The judge resended the deed back into both our names and the house was divided 50/50 between the both of us in our divorce.
Unusual things can always happen, I grant you. But he is going to be hard pressed to say he was under any duress when he also said it in a previous text conversation as well as signed off on the divorce settlement saying the same thing, and everything is already equitably distributed in the settlement including the house.
Plus, he will have to come up with money to hire an attorney and he is dodging debt collectors as it is...
I hear ya though forced2moveon. Did you sign your Quit Claim in front of a notary? I ask because they are required to ask the signer if they are under any duress and signing of their own free will.