Sorry but probably no way to force them to give you your job back nor sue for any wrongful action on their part. In TN the employer has the right to terminate an employee for almost any reason. So long as they were not motivated by your race, national origin, etc. they can terminate you even if they were wrong about where the money went.
Wy did the insurance say they wouldn't pay? You should take all your info including a copy of your insurance paperwork to a local attorney to review. They should be able to advise if your loss was a covered loss under the policy and if so how they could help in getting the insurance to pay.
As attorney Berkus explained so well, the MDA is an agreement between you and you husband and does not affect the supply company's right to pursue either of you for the debt. A bankruptcy filing will stop the garnishment and either discharge the debt or give you a way to repay over time, depending on you circumstances. Also depending on your situation and financial position, the supply company may be willing to settle,the debt for less than the full amount. However you pay, or how much you...
We would need more facts to fully answer. Do you have a trademark? Does the other company engage in a similar business? Where is the other company organized? Simply having a similar domain name may or may not be reason for concern.
I'm sorry you are going through this. Your question is not entirely clear. I believe you mean that he filed immigration papers and is benefiting from your marriage in the immigration process. If this is accurate you might want to change the area of law for your question so as to get answers from attorneys who practice in immigration law. I do not practice in this area and will leave it to them for any time limits from that area of the law.
As for domestic relations law, there is no time...
Since you have an attorney you should first ask them this question. they are familiar with any local rules that might affect the below info.
Do you know if the defendant has been served with your complaint? Usually the plaintiff files a complaint. The defendant is served with that complaint and then has a limited amount of time to file an answer. That answer is usually filed by the defendants attorney.
If your case has not been served, talk to your attorney about getting service...
It is not clear if you have signed a prenup and are now married or if you are planning to marry in the future and have been asked to sign a prenup.
A prenup is an enforceable contract in TN and if properly done, will be binding. There are a number of ways to challenge a prenup if one was signed and the couple later divorces or one has died and someone is seeking to enforce the terms of the agreement. These could include duress, failure to disclose financial status, coercion, etc.
If you are able to prove that you had an agreement with him, yes you can sue if he has not lived up to his agreement. Do you have this agreement is writing? Can you prove it with other means such as witnesses? It will really come down to your ability to prove the agreement and his failure to pay.
If you were awarded the property in the divorce, you should get a quit claim deed from your ex so that her name is no longer on the property deed.
As far as the credit card debt, if you never signed to be responsible, they can not successfully sue you or attach property in only your name.