I co-signed for my ex-husband on a private SallieMae loan. Divorce decree states Im not liable. Can I sue?

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Our divorce decree states provides that " Notwithstanding the above references Sallie Mae student loan was obtained with the wife as an endorsement of the Bridegroom , the loan was obtained only by the husband , educational expenses that the husband will be the only party . benefit from education , he said, will be only the husband's obligation to repay the loan described above students . " He'll say : " Husband wife shall indemnify and hold harmless from any collection action relating to the loan of the above student , including but not limited to reasonable attorneys' fees and costs incurred in defending against attempts by creditors to college anywhere that obligation of the wife " . MedlinePlus He is now 90 days past due , and it is likely going to pay . If I decide to start paying the loans and have to hire a lawyer to help with the legal aspect of the question, I can sue for the amount of money I have to pay ? I understand that I can not have my responsibility removed . Just want to know if I can make a judgment against you for any costs incurred pocket prevent delinquent loan.
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