Thank you for your follow-up. Paul is currently resting, I will take over although I will likely be logging off shortly as well due to the lateness of the hour. Please allow me to assist you directly.
#1. Is there any repercussions for my ex or his lawyer not supplying Part B of his current employment contract at conference as ordered by the court? ie. a fine or contempt?
That is potentially contempt, although first the courts will compel production. This would not be his attorney's violation, if any charge is levied it would be against the ex. The attorney would only be hit with contempt if the judge finds out he had the document and purposefully withheld it after formal requests were provided to him to turn the document over.
#2. His pension ? I found out verbally 2 years after he was receiving it that I am not entitled to survivor benefits if he dies. Nice guy!. My CPA states normally a spouse must sign off on this. I do not remember ever signing off on his pension. How do I find this out?
Request a subpoena of records.
#3. U.S taxes he has to pay on current contract. How do we find out about this amount he is paying if he is? His lawyer states he is paying U.S taxes on it. I do not believe it
Likewise, this is a request via subpoena for his current taxable payments and any records of taxes he has been paying directly on his own.
#$4. Most important . My ex always spoke about the American contractors working in Dubai or Abu dhabi , for a UAE company who did not have to pay U.S. taxes. This was one of my ex's goals. 2 years ago
ago I wrote to my first lawyer " Watch him, In 2 years you will not know where he is. Good luck finding him". I told my current lawyer this and I think she thinks I may or may not be right. Is there any way to keep this scoundrel from disappearing from the face of the earth in case I get alimony, or he states one year from now he is unemployed, however sub contracting for a UAE company.
Ugh, that is tough. If he is overseas you cannot somehow cancel his passport, you would still need to go looking for him if you can. The best way to keep him from disappearing is if you obtain some sort of a judgment, to place liens against his financial accounts to prevent the funds from going elsewhere.