No.. only the terms of the pledge agreement ...was just trying to protect my interests before all the security on the note is gone...I just want to know if not having a note for that amount of money notarized or witnessed is careless on the lawyers part and if I have to go to court is it less effective? Can he say it is not his signature? It also needs to be recorded before I have nothing and I can not do that at this point.
I am holding his corporate shares as collateral he transferred all the holdings of the corporation in to a newly formed LLC and borrowed millions on the holdings with out my knowledge . Since I am only holding shares not property...and it was not recorded seems there is nothing I can do about it I have to hold the note with no security now ..there is only $50,000.00 in assets now I was just trying to protect that ...My lawyer put me in a very bad agreement and I didnt understand until all the asset were gone
Ok...I figured that.. if he does not pay the note is the lawyer responsible at all?
That is so crazy ..she wrote the contract and was so careless with so many aspects of the agreement. After 20 years of marriage I have nothing he was supposed to liquidate and pay me ..but she wrote the agreement in a way that gave him the ability to put everything in to an LLC that I can not touch..Will this be handled in the family court ? and what can the court do to help me recover the funds?
I was just reading it how about if it is noted" that it is understood these funds are to be considered support to the wife" does that keep it in family court?
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