Meanwhile, a new issue came up... So my possible plan was to file my Answers, a cross-claim for Legal Separation and if available, special defenses to bring up all the evidence in my pleadings showing that properties are separate etc... and thereafter to file a Motion for an Order Pendente Lite to allocate my property etc...
The issue that may complicate the whole thing is that I should file a suggestion of bankruptcy. See my conversation here attached.
The suggestion should state that the action regarding my debts are stayed by the pending Chapter 13 and as for my assets, I need some further clarification, which I asked to my bankruptcy lawyer.
The tricky part is to introduce that request for an Order pendente lite to allocate property pending final decree after having filed a suggestion of bankruptcy to stay the process. Typically, is there some kind of incompatibility unless my home is not part of the bankruptcy estate (???) because it's homesteaded, for which I had contradictory opinions ? Regardless of the status of my home in the bankruptcy court
, is there not some sort of incompatibility and typically would litigants file the request for the Order pendente lite first and wait for the outcome to file the suggestiong of bankruptcy, in similar situations ?