How do I know the fair value of the weapons my husband has bought over the years (i.e., I want fair equity in assets and child.?
2. He makes $1M+ and I make $500k. We have both always worked. Can I qualify for alimony?
3. How do I make sure he is fair for child support payments? He has never paid the bills in 14 years so has no idea what our expenses are.
3 attorney answers
I agree with the above response. Note attorneys analyze and interpret law. We do not act as experts in fields in which we are not experts (eg appraisal of firearms and related).
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With that kind of income and assets at issue I strongly recommend that you retain a competent family law attorney instead of relying on a public website where the volunteer attorneys cannot provide to you advice specific to your situation.
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