Optimist630 wrote:This lack of attention to detail may result in hiring a lawyer again at some point.
That could be the least of your problems.
This group blanket recommends you don't enter into entanglements like this for a reason.
She can kick this can down the road for months or years. Even with air tight contingencies and "what if" processes in the decree (which you don't have), your ex can stall this sale while destroying your credit if you are still on the note. She could trash the place too, not make repairs, on and on.
If she plays ball with those loose guidelines in your decree, you'll be really fortunate.
I was in your ex's position. I didn't screw around and followed the terms I agreed to, but in the back of my mind I wasn't too worried if the sale took longer than expected, I could have easily extended my stay.
I hope she plays ball.
Prepare and execute to win by a thousand miles, just to be in position to win by an inch.