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what about the property we own in San Antonio - now the the divorce is finalized in Colorado?
How would that be divided? He wants me off the deed to be free for this married friend w benefits.
I did not see my reply correcting the date of returning the money as Jan 15th, 2010 .
not disclosing assest to defraud - consequences?
rolling over an IRA to hide assests - consequences?
As TX does not recognize legal seperation, I should be elegible for 50% of the business he has with his married girl friend, 50% of the real estate and 50% of the IRA's up to Thursday when he finalized the divorce in CO?
The divorce turned seperation agreement was in CO. I moved to TX where we tried to patch things up when he came back from Iraq in 2009. When things got serious with his girl friend, out of the blue, I got a Lexis/Nexis notification that he had finalized the divorce - no reply from me was neccesary.
The TX assests and community property, as well as the non-disclosure in Colorado, to defraud are my issues.
How do you seperate assests after a divorce? (in TX)
You need to re-read the situation.
We married in CO - divorced in CO, changed the divorce into a legal seperation in CO
I moved to TX )(sperated) He to Iraq (seperated) He followed me to TX in 2009 to patch things up. We bought property to stay together in TX - he changed his mind after hooking up with the homewrecker in TX Oct 2010 - tunrned the seperation into a divorce with the Colorado Court without notifying me - laundered money as alimony in TX, without being up front with me, went into business with girl friend in TX to hide assets.
Lied about his income (during the seperation in CO) to avoid equitable split of assets, lied about the value of his home in Co and and IRA (marital asset) to avoid giving me my fair share, (while I put all of MY retirement into his home to make it a marital residence for our golden years)
during the legal seperation, which is not recognised in TX or any other entity as a divorce - we got property together to stay together in the future. That changed with the girl friend (in TX) What are my rights as to that property here in TX and to the undisclosed assets during the seperation?
Please re-read my initial concern.
after receiving the title policy and warranty deed I questioned the closer at the title company on why my name does not show up as a owner. She said: "you are married per Texas law and automatically an owner, since we are a community property state."
I asked to amend the title to include my name and she again said it was not neccessary....(???)
I realize you are trying to help and not just entertain. If professionals can not figure it out I'll just leave everything on the table and walk. I just don't have the energy to fight this.
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