Home privacy for the stalking victim

This article will provideĀ  stalking victims with a certain method of preventing a home privacy invasion by a stalker.

Home privacy for the stalking victim

Are you a battered wife or a battered woman? Have you been abused by an ex-husband who has become a dangerous stalker?

If you want to break the paper trail and defeat that troublesome, persistent, ex-husband or ex-boyfriend, you will need to buy your house in the name of another entity.

Use a trust to buy your home. It is the most private of all entities. The trust should have no ties to you. This means another person, perhaps a co-trustee or an administrative trustee will have to do your bidding initially as you buy the home in the county where the property is located. This will be necessary to ensure you as an individual have no links to the property when your stalker searches data bases.

When a trust owned home has no links to the trustee (stalking victim) who manages the trust there is no way to find that person through normal computer data base searches.

Mortgages and borrowing

A traditional mortgage will have your name on it and the lender will report your payments monthly to the major credit bureaus. And since you are being stalked and your ex or other dangerous stalker will probably check these files, having a mortgage is a bad idea if you want to avoid future harassment stalking.

It is possible to borrow funds for a home while eliminating the paper trail to you when you use money from entities under your control or arrangeĀ  the source of borrowed funds through private lenders while using front entities’ assets to secure the home.

The key for a stalking victim to remember is that in order to stop stalking, there can be no record of home ownership tied to the stalking victim’s name.

Grant Hall