I am sure nothing feels fair right now, and it may never be. Was there a reason you did not get a portion of his $37K 401K and the stock?
I can understand since the bills he owed you on are now gone through bankruptcy, he wouldn't be required to pay you for them, that part makes sense. I don't see how he didn't have to share a 401K or stock unless they were not considered marital assets.
The college loans are not dischargeable in bankrutpcy but the 19K loan is should you need to file bankrupcy again-I am sure that is not a wonderful prospect at this time.
I would discuss the settlement with your attorney and have them explain why this was done the way it was in detail. I am sorry you got dragged through the system with not much result.
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