My husband have a company But the company is undeR someone’s else name. And his been putting money into another people accounts and selling things For his convenience I have two kids. I was in in a car accidente in August. I am
Not working now . I am physical therapy and other doctors appointment to try to get better .
What can I do ? And what Can I expect ? I want the divorce . Thank u
Your situation is best handled by an attorney. You need to pull in that third party as a defendant in the divorce. You should consult with a certified matrimonial attorney.
Dominic A. Tomaio, Esq.
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Your situation can only be resolved by retaining an experienced matrimonial attorney after an in person consultation and document review. Your case will be determined by what evidence can be obtained to substantiate your contentions and would be admissible in Court. This type of case often requires an expert and testimony, which can get expensive. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney is generally never cheap, and a cheap attorney is generally never good so don't choose based on price.
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You need the help of an experienced family law attorney who can conduct discovery to obtain pertinent records to confirm your husband’s income and assets.
you need to consult with a family law attorney who can advise you as to the best way to proceed. You will also probably need to hire a private investigator.
The forgoing advise is just a general observation and may change dependinfg on your specific facts and circumstances.It should not be relied upon without consultation with an attorney experienced in thiese types of transactions.
Thank you for your question. I understand how worried you must be about the business as you go though divorce.
The short answer is probably. But the final determination depends upon the type of business, your spouse’s participation in the business, any agreements that are in place, and also your divorce negotiations. It would be important to understand all of the details and ongoings of the business itself to properly analyze your situation.
I understand that you need answers and need to protect yourself. I strongly suggest that you schedule a consultation with a family law attorney who has experience in dividing assets when a business is involved as soon as possible, so that you can understand the implications for you and your business in the event of divorce.
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Your husband is doing a lot of bad things.
You need a good lawyer.
I know you don't have money to pay the lawyer.
Many lawyers will talk to you for free for the first meeting. I do this, first meeting is free.
Get a lawyer right away. Call a lawyer for a free meeting. Get some help.
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