What to do if my husband's ex-wife did not fulfill her end of the divorce decree and I'd like to prepare papers for breach of contract, fraud and credit damage?
Question Details: I am trying to find the right forms to do this and it will be over $50,000 because there were spousal support payments that should come back to him (like the start of the agreement), punitive for credit damage (house still under his name with bank but not assessor), breach of contract (he did everything he was to do) and contempt of court. She could care less that his credit is ruined and I want her to take responsibility, finally, for her actions. Any advice other than "stay out of it?". I had to buy him his last car in my name because he couldn't get credit due to her actions.
I can surely understand just how frustrating this must be for you but you have to understand that you do not have what is known as "standing" to bring a suit as against his ex wife. Only he can do that. And I would strongly suggest that he speak with ana ttorney rather than sort things out himself here. Good luck.
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