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I am sorry, I dont really understand the last sentence to my

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I am sorry, I dont really understand the last sentence to my answer from Lucy.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Lucy, Esq. replied 5 years ago.
Hi,

I apologize for the confusion. What I meant is that the judge will look at how much money was in the acoc**t when you got married in 2001, and none of that money goes to you. The judge can also calculate the interest earned on that portion of the money, and that's also separate property. What you're entitled to is half the contributions made since you got married. If your husband doesn't have the statements, or can't get them, then the judge has discretion to estimate based on the amount of time involved and the amount being contributed each month.
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