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I got divorced in Dec 2011. Negotiation of property and cash division and custody arrangements were done via emails and through my EX distant cousin playing the mediator role. The discussion of division went on for more than 2 months and mostly via emails.
I used services of an attorney to look through the documents and help me guide through the process to keep the costs down. There were 5 real properties involved in the negotiation. Documents were prepared by my attorney after reaching mutual agreement, properties were given to me at zero or negative values and cash and other assets to her. I tried later on for her to transfer the deeds of those to me but she did not. Now she is claiming fraud based on zero or negative value. I did not commit any fraud. Is it a fraud? What are my options?I filed motion in the court to perform on the judgement and have the deed transfer signed. Where my EX cried and claimed she discovered fraud ...the judge asked if she wanted settlement conference.. she did not what to say.. and judge assigned settlement conference and trial date. .. I still do not understand on what basis? Her settlement conference statement claim fraud based on zero or negative value. I did know what zero or nagtive value meant as I am not attorney and hired attorney to prepare the document right way.. Why judge think, it is fraud and asking me go through settlement and trial?
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