I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
Your situation, while not all that uncommon poses a special problem, and there is a legal solution.
You must first have filed for divorce or have answered a petition for divorce filed by your husband.
Then you will need to prepare a Motion to Appoint Receiver over your husband's company to prevent the intentional destruction of the business and the corresponding loss of family assets.
A receiver in a person or entity appointed by a judge to takes possession and control of assets specified in the court order that appointments him or her, answerable directly to the court.
While it is quite rare for a judge to appoint a receiver in a divorce case, one may be appointed under outrageous circumstances to preserve joint property
at risk of being depleted, disposed of or transferred beyond the power of the court, and that is what you will want to show will happen in the absence of a receiver being appointed.
This is a complicated legal maneuver and I strongly suggest that you retain a local family law
attorney to assist you in presenting and arguing this motion to the court.
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I wish you and yours the best in 2015,