My divorce was in 2003 and when he filed he told me that if I gave him the house, computer, fridge, and washer that he would take all of the bills and pay off my car. If I contested it or asked for spousal support or for my half of the house, he would saddle me with all of the bills, stop paying on the house and car and refuse to pay spousal support or do anything involving money to me. He didn't feel that I should have anything to do with the house because I didn't work or pay the mortgage, at his request. I at the time felt threatened but also was hoping that giving him what he wanted would make him change his mind. He then didn't pay the bills on time and destroyed my credit. Can I go after him now for spousal, the house, and or the money he should have paid to keep my credit clean?
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