Your situation is far too complicated to answer in this simple Q&A forum. If you do not have an attorney, you should have one. If you do, ask these good questions of your attorney. There are many great lawyers in Will County.
What business is it of yours what happens to monies she is warded after the divorce? To speculate about what she will do is a waste of your time. If a bill or service is in your name you are ultimately responsible to the creditor despit what the divorce papers say because third parties are not party to your divorce. Get a lawyer to work with and answer your questions or you will regret it a lot. A 401k that was from before the marriage is no marital unless it was combined or rolled over into a marital 401k or IRA. People commonly do this when they leave jobs.
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Any bills in your name will be your responsibility unless the divorce judgment states she is fully responsible. Even then, you may be responsible if she files for bankruptcy. As to the money she receives, the bankruptcy court will use it to pay bills. You are not entitled to the money back or a credit for the debts that you owe. You should seek an attorney that can handle bankruptcy and divorce to help you with your problem. Also, I find that if the attorneys can work together, the bankruptcy can be used to both parties advantage. Call at **DIVORCES on your cell phone, or 331-222-9529. Thanks.
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