So I am entitled to that money for my contents right? I thought that I may not be able to get it because the insurance policy is under her name. What are some steps I should take incase she refuses to give me the money?
I am located in PA. My amount for my damaged content is 47,545.62. She only wants to give me 24,000 and keep the rest for herself.
I figure that much. I'm trying to not let things go that route. I only lived there for 1 1/2 years. I'm sure her insurance policy for that time period didn't amount to 23,000. I would have gladly given her 10k which I think is fair, but I just wanted to know what my options are since she refuses to give me what I am due. Sorry for going on and on.
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