Ok, I am just making sure.
Property of marriage in Kentucky can either be "separate property" or "community property." Separate property is the money and property the spouse had BEFORE marriage. Community property is all gathered after marriage.
IF his wife has the bank account only to herself and he's never put any money into it from work and other sources, it's separate property, and they CANNOT do this.
To release it, you'd have to get a "Declaratory Judgement" from the Court to that effect and use the court's Order to release it. In this case, small claims
outta do it.
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