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Jeanne M Hannah

It's not fair. But it happens every day. Obviously, your attorney should have been more on top of things. If this happened right in front of your eyes, why didn't you collect the evidence and give it to your attorney?

Deborah Pricopio

I am haunted on a daily basis about the hidden assets of my ex-spouse. He literally drained the business account right in front of my eyes; while my attorney kept telling me to wait until discovery. I warned my ex that this was against the law, per Court Order. He laughed and/or got violently mad, and stated that "it's all mine." I was awarded alimony and child support which allows me to cover the bills, and to remain in the home (for just another 16 months); but in the end my ex-spouse left $1.76 in the bank account as my reward of the business assets. When the time came for discovery, I had not a dime to afford to continue with the discovery; and my ex-spouse knew this. So he walked away "happy as a lark" with his business, and transferred funds. After thirty years of marriage my assets are $1.76! Without a job, I cannot appeal the case. How is this fair?

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