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Old 03-13-2010, 02:34 PM   #21
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can she withhold things like children from him to make him pay? For example, if you want to see your kids, pay up.
Sad to see when kids are used as a pawn in a bitter divorce. Or many times when the oldest child is the messenger because the two divoricing adults refuse to communicate.

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Old 03-14-2010, 06:56 PM   #22
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Getting back to OP's intent... so far I heard the suggestion about liens (thanks eridanus and SecondCor!), and that only other option is to do your own digging / spying. Does anyone have any concrete, realistic or perhaps just imaginative suggestions on how to do the digging?

P.S. Not sure how some of this discussion shifted into house-wifes but in this case, she actually earned quite a bit more than he did AND brought more assets into the marriage, etc... Guess who was the "money manager" of the family, hiding handling accounts and all... :-( Anyways, at this point it does not matter. Only thing that does is whether she can get any of what courts say she is owed or not...

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