Q: Should I write a demand letter to the judge in my daughter's divorce case requesting payback for spending my money?
My money was being held in their account and they spent it all without my consent or knowledge. Their divorce is almost done they sold their home and have the money in a trust until case settles.
A: In your daughter's divorce case in California, it is not appropriate to write a demand letter to the judge. Instead, you should consult with an attorney to explore legal options for recovering the money that was spent without your consent or knowledge. Your attorney can advise you on the appropriate legal steps to take within the framework of the divorce proceedings.
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