You have a claim for your injuries, including the medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. There is a 3 year statute of limitations within which a lawsuit must be filed if no settlement is reached.
You should consult with a personal injury attorney concerning representation. Most lawyers will take a case on a contingent fee basis where the lawyer gets paid a percentage of the recovery the lawyer obtains for you.
Your wife is entitled to receive compensation for her vehicle damage, medical bills , lost wages and pain and. suffering. The at fault insurance company will usually settle the property damage claim fairly quickly. It sounds like that is in process. The personal injury claim will take longer. They will not pay any bills or otherwise compensate her until a final settlement is made. That requires waiting until she is at maximum medical improvement from her injuries. Her insurance company may pay...
This depends on what your divorce decree says. If it is covered in the decree, you can file a motion in that case for reimbursement or possibility contempt. If it is not addressed in the decree, you may be able to bring a civil suit for contribution from a joint debtor.
Once the divorce is filed, either party can request exclusive possession of the marital home. This is up to the judge to decide.
Before then, she could get a temporary civil protection order, which would require her to go to court and file for a restraining order, alleging domestic abuse. This would exclude you from the home until the next hearing. This can enter without notice to you but you would later have an opportunity to contest the charges at the permanent protection hearing, held...
Yes, you can do so to the extent your inheritance is your separate property. Any increase in that money is marital property. You should not spend the marital portion. Be sure the house is titled in your name only.
The sale proceeds became marital property when you put them into a joint account. Your prenup may define those proceeds as your separate property. If so, those may still be separate.. Even if marital, you may have an argument for contribution since you owned the condo before marriage.
His obligation to you will survive his bankruptcy even though the debt to the creditor is discharged. Therefore you can proceed to enforce the claim in the Divorce Court. For non-support obligations, you may need to wait until the BK is closed, or get releif from stay in the BK court to proceed against him in the divorce court. There are special rules if he filed a Chapter 13 BK.
Many attorneys would be willing to do what you are requesting. You should contact an attorney of your choice and ask if they will do that. You should make sure that the attorney does family law cases. I would expect the attorney would charge you his/her hourly rate for this service.
Some retirement accounts, such as a 401k require a special Order for division to comply with Federal tax law. This is known as a QDRO. An IRA does not require this special Order. IRAs may be divided if provided for in your Separation Agreement and Decree. It may be convenient to have a separate Order for division of the IRA, but it does not need to be a QDRO. Most divorce attorneys should be able to assist with this.