You probably need independent legal representation immediately on several levels. A good family lawyer would be a start. Going to jail as an observer, and perhaps someone left "holding the bag" is no joke. Fraud at the tip of the iceberg level you are describing is no joke. You should spend this afternoon finding at attorney.
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Yes, go to court and obtain a restraining order stopping him from selling assets if in fact you have evidence of him illegally and inappropriately disposing of assets. Have a Receiver appointed and take control of the LLC. There are many potential legal remedies available, but nothing happens automatically. You have to seek help and pursue your legal remedies.
I hope this helps. John N. Kitta, Esq.
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You will likely require legal assistance in both family court and bankruptcy court. While your bankruptcy case is pending, the family court will likely not be able to issue any orders regarding the disposition of your assets, unless a stay is issued in the bankruptcy court. Once a stay order is issued in bankruptcy court, you can then make a request with the family court to immediately restrain him from disposing community assets, join the LLC as a party to the proceedings, and request the appointment of an executor for the LLC. I would suggest you consult with both a qualified bankruptcy attorney and and a skilled certified family specialist. See link below for further article about this matter.
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