Q: I am considering a divorce due to my husband and inlaws cruelty and want to secure my assets. I am a US Citizen
My husband and inlaws are from India and he received his citizenship through me. I paid his greencard fees and then he got a Citizenship. I was the primary breadwinner while he tried to get his career. Once he got into medical residency he brought his parents to the USA on a visitor visa. Once they arrived they started threatening me with divorce if I did not obey their orders and leave me empty handed. I had paid rent for two years, all the utilities, gas and purchased our first car with a downpayment and then paid the rest. My spouse has never threatened me but his parents from another culture wanted me to follow their practices. I want to know if this is considered fraud or extortion in Georgia? How do I prove it? The marriage took place in 2010. If it is too late to prove fraud then in a divorce - will I be compensated for all the money I earnt/they took since I supported his career? My spouse is a doctor. I have proof I paid from my separate bank account I got before marriage.
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