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Can a married person sign a mortgage without spouse?

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September 19, 2007 6:02AM

I would think so, the deed may be issued in your name only, and if you are taking on the mortgage yourself keep the deed in your name, your spouse will get the home anyway if you pass away, unless your will says otherwise. Also i would take out the insurance in case of death so the house gets paid for, its a little more added to the mortgage but if it is in your name and your spouse and something happens the mortgage gets paid, who knows what happens down the road. If newly married or for 5 yrs I would keep the home in your name, who knows these days? Divorce happens, couples fight, why worry down the road, why fight over the home, don't think it can't happen to you hope this helps