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Nevada state is the community state where the property is belong 50/50 between spouse and quit claim deed is only to take out the interest of the other person on the property but it didn't mean it will not be in the divorce dispute if you purchased the property when you are still in married status -- better to consult with your divorce lawyer. answer your question for purchase without the spouse; the answer is depend your financial capability. ( 100% good to go if this is a cash purchase) if you are using loan; you need to be approved by your banker. I hope my answer can give you some lights for your next step.
You need to speak to your attorney, beings that nevada is a community property state and your are a resident of california may change things. But the previous answers of your spouse signing a quit claim is how we normally deal with it but speak to your attorney is the best answer.
Because we are a community state your wife will need to sign a quit claim. I would recommend you speak to your divorce attorney for best approach.
When a purchase is made while married, and you're planning a divorce, your spouse just needs to sign a quit claim deed before escrow closes relinquishing any and all interests
Hi, that is a good question. You can buy a home before divorce but your spouse would have to sign a quit claim deed. If you are divorced the quit claim deed would not be necessary. I hope I was able to answer your question to your satisfaction. Please feel free to reach out to me if you have additional questions.