All of this information needs to go into the court
record in your divorce proceedings. This means that you need to place evidence in the record, which can be your testimony, your medical records relative to your illness, etc., that at the time of the transfer of assets, you were not of sound mind and that he took advantage of your decreased awareness, to you detriment.
By getting the court to note that in their decision, you will be able to do two things: (1) retain your assets (which you should be able to do anyway as these were your assets before marriage and therefore this would not be marital property); and (2) you will have an official court record wherein a court of competent jurisdiction recognizes this issue that you can in turn use to protect yourself relative to a bankruptcy court and his allegations of fraud.
Moreover, do not worry about his extortion attempt relative to his claims of turning you in for fraud. The bankruptcy court will see this for what it is - and that is his attempts to perfect his theft
in a divorce proceeding.
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