Do you think that we have a winning case in Contempt of Court hearing?

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My husband and I are very early to go to court on a charge of contempt of court filed against his ex-wife. In November an agreement of the community of goods, was signed which gave the house and my husband a settlement payment. She had 90 days to refinance the house and within 90 days was in the first week of February. After the deadline came and went with no one is doing his attorney said the first company tried to refinance through was taking too long to Feb. 26 that was two weeks after its original deadline decided to go to another company. Then we were told that the new company said it would close at the end of March and asked until then to do it all. So I gave him that time. Neither has done so far. I have online access to the original mortgage and note all the time Refi slope unchanged. Even before the liquidation of assets of the community and even now she is waiting until the last possible day to pay the mortgage and accumulating hundreds of dollars in late fees. She is waiting until 20 to 26 days delinquent in paying what is scaring the mess for us since my husband's name is still on the mortgage and anything after 30 days on your credit card. We have been renting until this is over with and we can not buy anything. Our rent is more than the mortgage payment, but since have filed contempt of court I'm thinking I could pay all late fees and late current mortgage so we can show that to the judge and ask that the reimbursement. Not really have the money to do all that, but I have an aunt who has been helping us by giving us some loans (I paid back in monthly payments) in order to get their help to do this and pay your copy, and with either a refund or simply with what we have been doing. By the time it gets to court she will have had six months to get this done. Oh, and his lawyer is not in contact and give news or anything. We're practically in the dark and the text to your ex just to make sure you will make payment of the mortgage. So what do you think? Is this a good idea? Think you have a good case against it? Has anyone else been in a similar case? How was it?
Answer1hallieAnswered at 2012-10-12 20:01:02
This is the exact reason to pay for a lawyer . Based off of what you said , it seems that the judge would find in contempt , but this question is best left to their husbands lawyer in the matter .
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