Q: My husband sold an RV that was in my name without my knowledge I did not receive any money from it we're getting divorce
Can I get the money from the RV he sold? It was in my name. A golf cart was in my name too that he sold both I didn't receive any money. I also loaned him $45,000 which I haven't got any money for am I entitled to getting my $45,000 back the RV and the golf cart?
A: The best advice I can give you is to sit down with a divorce law specialist as quickly as possible for a consultation since it seems as if your husband is liquidating assets. Im not sure if the assets being liquidated are premarital assets, assets immune from distribution in a divorce or assets subject to division (but in your name only) but I think you should meet with an experienced lawyer to discuss it and discuss your options.
A: Thank you for your inquiry. I am so sorry that you are going through this. Typically, during the course of a divorce, each party can be required to provide financial information and records going back several years, depending on the specifics of the matter, and specific documents can be requested if there are particular financial concerns, such as what you raise above. I highly recommend that you schedule a strategy session with an experienced family law attorney who can discuss the intricacies of your matter and guide you accordingly.
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