My wife is getting ready to settle her workers-comp case for wages and medical payments. My wife told me that this is separate property its her money only. Thats what her attorney told her.We are going through a divorce i want to know is this true.
Your question has been posted in the Workers' Compensation section, though it may be better answered by a family law attorney. I will tag this as a family law question, in hopes the right attorneys will see it. Best of luck.
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