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This would not be a separate action, it would be something that has to be raised in your divorce action. If the judge has shown some evidence of actual bias towards you, then you should have your attorney move to have the judge recused and get a new judge. A judge can be replaced if you have evidence of actual bias.
Any mismanagement or hiding of marital assets though is something that has to be brought up in the divorce case in order to have the court adjust equitable distribution to grant you a larger share of the remaining assets in the estate.
can it be done? is there anything, meaning a law or anything that states I cannot sue him now in civil court?
Please, I do not wish to go into details, I am just asking if it is possible. I know I can do it, but my question is can I do it now.
I know about recusal, etc.
With all due respect, I am seeking an answer not advice.
Awesome. Thank you.
I appreciate the other information, it's just that I am not in a position to take on an extremely crooked New York Judge at this time and I prefer to let it play itself out for fear of tainting my chances in the other court.
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