Can you buy a house while legally separated?
Buying a home while legally married but separated from your former spouse is certainly possible, but there's some extra documentation needed and things to be aware of. First, your lender is going to require your legal separation agreement. If you have a property settlement agreement, they'll need that as well.
Can I refinance my home without my husband?
If you're the sole owner of a house, you can refinance without your spouse's signature or consent. If you own a property together and both of you want to remain as borrowers on the refinance loan, then your spouse will need to apply for and sign the refinance documents.
Can you refinance while going through divorce?
Typically, during a divorce, one party will want to keep the marital property (like the house). This is certainly possible, but the person staying in the home will need to get their ex-spouse off of the mortgage loan, which can only be done by refinancing your home. Refinance while separated (more complicated)