Gotcha. how about land he purchased cash with his own money, but that was bought after the marriage?
tahnks so much
gotcha....good deal. Is this the case even if the land was bought with my husbands own money (that he inherited from his dad a long time ago?)
do i need to ask for a piece of teh land? or will it automatically be awarded to me?
regarding the house...is he obligated to move out when divorce starts? or when divorce is final?
we do not have a prenup.
Also, the main reason he wants a divorce is because I will not accept him smoking weed. should i bring this up to lawyer? or will that get my husband in trouble with the law?
will do. I am really not after his land or money. I just dont want him taking anything that is rightfully mine!
hopefully we wont need to go to trial...but i will if it comes to it.
thanks so much
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