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Why Every Attorney Should Work With Gracie Morrow Mortgage Group

Divorce can be a difficult situation to work through without the right attorney and without the right mortgage advisor. Yes, that's right, not only should you have an attorney, but, a mortgage advisor is just as handy with going from one household to two households.

What would need to be re-evaluated

  • Credit (any accrued bankruptcies or forclosures)
  • Income (Child support or Alimony)
  • Real Estate Equity (Will the current property be sold and divided OR If the current property isn't sold will there be a renter)

Your Mortgage Advisor will always be available to navigate you through any challenge you and your client may face. With so many new options for a mortgage loan the process of your divorce can walk away with a more peaceful experience.

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