Not unless you can prove that your husband transferred assets to his father to avoid having them tied to a divorce proceeding or that you were somehow entitled to money that the father was giving to his son (and that would be hard to do, without more detail here.) You can try to speak with an attorney to see if there are other ways around your husband's situation but at the moment, hating your father in law is about as far as you can go.
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I am sorry, but you cannot recover from the father, no matter how low you are that is the fathers fault your husband is a bad person. If you had had a prenuptial agreement of some sort, it's possible you may have been provided for thinking ahead. As it stands you are simply in a bad place.
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First, I'd learn martial arts and the art of shooting guns should you ever have to encounter this perp again. Do not reconcile with this beast; that would look like gold digging at best. You cannot force the perp's father to re-inherit the perp; but, with you two separated for good the perp's father might return his largess upon the perp and you can sue the perp and get a judgment awaiting that day probably without much of a legal defense by the homeless perp. I hope that you proceeded criminally against the perp thus making your recourse easier on your civil claims. The perp's father may be being victimized by the golddigger and thus earning a complaint to, and/or visit by, Elder Abuse authorities.
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