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If it involves personal property as opposed to real property, the way to go is to reopen the case in AZ based on the fraud and/or report to the IRS perhaps...THEN AND ONLY THEN would it be smart to have a modified AZ decree transformed into a NV judgment (an easy process). Then a decree that awards you part of NV assets can be enforced against them.
IRS.........I suspect that there will be dishonesty somewhere there based on the lies here. I don't know what else to say...or why the judge has done or not done ...My suggestion remains unchanged. If you don't want to accept it......you don't have to.......one of the great things about JA.
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