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Yes, you are absolutely entitled to seek the return of these funds. You need to file an emergency motion requesting that the court enter an order freezing the account where these funds are held. In the motion you need to allege that your husband has intentionally dissipated a large marital asset and that you believe it is a thinly veiled and deliberate attempt to keep you from receiving your share of these funds.
If you have not already done so, I would highly recommend that you hire a licensed family law attorney in your local jurisdiction to assist you with a hearing on the temporary relief motion discussed above.
I hope this helps, best of luck!
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Thank you! And also he paid a loan he owned his ex wife( he own her some aseets and agreed to pay by cash( that was about 50,000). Their agreement agreed that he should pay her over 5 years, but he paid them all last year ( use the money he earned after we got married, can I claim back those too?
Yes, you can certainly address the disposition of any significant transfers such as this shortly before the dissolution of marriage action.