Isn't it illegal 4 a divorce 2 go through w/out my seeing his declarations on finances? Ive only seen the petition that's it! Ive asked repeatedly 4 his declarations to negotiate spousal support & asset division.they ignore my requests.i told them ahead of time I couldnt make it 2 court on 11/28, 50 miles away as my car is broken .They said no problem they'd Get a continuance.they got him divorced from me & another court date of 3/2/17 said thats the soonest available.I paid $50 for a ride to court on 3/2/17 so scared cz I couldn't get a rep 4 me,knowing there's a team against me whos not being fair.i was so sick I would of ended up fainting or worse, I had heart pain & have had a heart attack before. When I got there no one was there.they postponed without telling me.how come they can postpone but I couldn't In Nov? Why do they get away with false accusations 2 get him out of spousal support & asset division.misleading, threatening me on ludicrous things & punish me 4 things I never did!deducting my share 2 nothing.living in my broken car for 7 mos waiting 4 the promised fair settlmnt only 2 b told,"u r no longer married to Mr so you'll hv 2 pay your own way" he has all the assets
You've posted before. Surely you realize no one here can fix your problems.
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We are getting only one side of the story here. Talk to a family law attorney on this personally and you would best be served by paying for their time. That is the ONLY way you will actually get clarity and truth.
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