This question is about my son's legal situation. His wife of more than 15 years
unjustly accused him of hitting their son and she got protection order against him and had him shut out of his own house. This happened in June of 2015. Moreover, in his house my son worked in his own business, managing his own old age home for 4 clients. He had very good income and after he was shut out of the house his wife and her mother
took over the business. My son was arrested for hitting his son but was bailed out immediately.
His wife filed for divorce
immediately after shutting him out of
his house. Their divorce trial or closing will be in May, 2016. His wife
wants his house and business and everything. There is a mortgage on the
house of 250,000. My son financed his wife's education as a nurse and paid
for her whole family to emigrate to this country, etc.
My son pleaded guilty to a lower charge for hitting his son even
though he wasn't guilty of the charge( I disagreed with his doing this).
My son would like to save his house. He had a prenuptual contract
with his wife when they first got married or before getting married giving
him his house which he and I bought way before his wife came to
the United States on a fiancé visa.
My question is whether under Washington law, my son could
possibly save his house legally by quitclaiming his house to me?
And then could I have his wife and son evicted.
His attorney says that he can't do that because the divorce has been
filed already and that he must share his house with wife.