I'm sorry, but your response has left me wanting. I may not have been clear,but my primary concern is the foreclosure
My husband took me to court to get the property I was living in. This happened in December and I was given 6 weeks to get out. He won that by stating his minor child lived with him. When in essence she did not and had not for a year.
He told the judge I could move into another property that is awarded to me in our pre- nuptial agreement. There were tenants living there. They moved out of the house in early April. My husband stopped paying the mortgage in October prior to the December court date. So he knew in April, when I moved in, the house was being foreclosed on.
My question is, that you may have answered and I missed,is can a judge compel him to take care of this issue, and stop a sheriff sale of the property? particularly since he deliberately allowed this occur. He told the judge he was paying the mortgage with the money from the tenants and he wasn't. He knew I would never be able to catch up 6 months unpaid mortgage.He lied to the judge! The property was already in foreclosure when i moved in and he had stripped the property also evidence that he knew what was coming. He conned the court it would seem to me, as well as the attorneys that he hired, as it has come out that they were aware of this matter.
I already filed and was awarded spousal support last April. My husband immediately contested it. We finally got to a master in August just past. To my surprise the master tripled the award, based on his earning potential, as he was not a credible witness and the documents his attorneys submitted were also considered less than credible. I have yet to receive a full payment however. He sends $40 dollars whenever the court threatens to take his drivers license. And has been allowed to get away with this. I guess I am having difficulty believing there are no legal repercussions and that I have no real recourse.