Hello. My ex-husband is responsible for paying the mortgage which I am still on until the house gets sold. The mortgage is with bank of america. Recently he stated that he will not be making payments any longer because the bank is not willing to work with him. He is 90 days past due now and he expects that after some time the bank will want to work with him and make him a deal, like, consolidate the loans (3 mortgages) into one with a favorable interest rate. Im skeptical about this since i think it would just go to foreclosure and then short sale. Can you please advise me on that and what the consequences will be of his actions? Thank you.
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