I'd he is violating the terms of this agreement - you need to retain counsel to do so and file for an enforcement and contempt proceeding.
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There is no way to answer this question without reviewing the judgment of divorce and your agreement.
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You just don't automatically get 1/2. The only way for a lawyer to opine about what you are entitled to is to review the document. I suggest you pay for a consultation with a matrimonial lawyer.
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If this is something specified in your settlement or divorce decree you need to get into court and file a motion seeking enforcement. Sooner rather than later.
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The answer to your question depends on the precise wording of the agreement. Most likely, the agreement provides that he's to pay the $300,000 plus 3% "per annum," meaning the interest would accrue on the outstanding balance at the rate of 3% per year. Thus, to know what he owes, one would need to review the agreement itself alongside his payment history. You're thus best advised to schedule a consult with a Dutchess/Westchester Divorce attorney for a full assessment.
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