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Old 06-21-2017, 03:17 PM
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Originally Posted by HammerDad View Post
Actually, I wouldn't include pre-judgment interest now that I think about it. Generally that is for monetary claims for matters like loans, mortgages. Equalization isn't a settled matter or known sum. But asking for post judgment interest would be fine. It may be that it will actually encourage the person who owes to actually pay.
The money STBX owes is from an investment property acquired during the marriage. It was put in STBX's name for tax reasons. Since the date of separtion, she has been exclusively collecting rents and making income with my portion of it for nothing, i.e. no cost of funds.

Is this not unjust enrichment ?
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