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I have a sizeable FC2640 claim for the down payment on the community house. The down payment came from the sale of separate property (house and stocks) owned prior to marriage. This is easy to prove since the money movement is traceable. However, there is a bit of documentation because I sold, at different times, many different stocks that were held by several different brokerages. The proceeds were deposited into a community account for a few days before the house was purchased.
My husband will likely contest it (as he has done with everything else). If I bring all this documentation with me to Trial, will the judge listen to me? Or, do I need to hire an independent forensic accountant?
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