Thank you Ely. The divorce is final (2010) and the decree said the account would be split 50/50 upon maturity which was last year. That's when she told me she wasn't sharing, despite what the court settlement stated because she didn't "trust me to use it for the children"-which she stated in an email that I have.
Shortly after she state that, I contacted the firm and they told me the fund was in only one name-hers-and would give me no further information, including when this occurred. So do I sue for my share? And since she is in violation of the decree, go for contempt so she will have to pay my attorney bill?
Thank you Ely, I should have clarified regarding decree. Contempt it is!
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