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Old 08-26-2017, 07:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Newfie76 View Post
Only two reasons you got SS in this case: 1) your a women 2) Your judge is corrupt and requires a good one.

You and your ex were married. The income you both earned was shared within your relationship. period. One partner can burn the entire bank account, if both spouses have access, and both are on the hook for it. SS is not designed as a means to repay funds. If so, its possible for one spouse to then tell the other to empty the account and later say they knew nothing of it during divorce. Great way to set yourself up for life.

You and your ex were business partners. And as business partners were required to have agreements in place on the management of you company's finances and day to day activities. More important your individual roles. And as with any business where one partner steals from the company....there is a procedure to handle such activity....Criminal Law. Not family law.

Shameful to force a man into slavery, without a trial reviewing the crimes. Typical of a judge thinking they know all. Family court is no place for criminal justice. If your ex was truly at fault and skimmed all your money from the company....he should be doing time. Not working as a slave for you.

Ethically...what you're doing is a crime. You may tell yourself your getting repaid...but the judge must likely just said, " man must pay woman...period".

There is NO reason for the existence of SS.

Your case should have gone to another court. Did your judge happen to go to Harvard?

My ex was charged with fraud over 5000 but when it went to court the prosecutor dropped it. I was flabbergasted! I was told: "This is clearly a matter for family court - take this up with your divorce lawyer." Needless to say, after an intense 6-month investigation the police were not impressed with this outcome. Had I not been married to my partner the fraud charge would have proceeded and I would have been able to proceed to recoup my losses (from people he was hiding assets) through that process.

My expensive lesson: Never go into business with your spouse.

Through the years of our marriage (30 years) I had benefit of competent legal advice (corporate). No one saw this one coming.... No one.

My ex has challenged the SS 8 times (I am expected to be served with papers soon - annual thing with my ex). Each and every judge who has heard the details of the case has dismissed my ex's claim. There is nothing fraudulent about my situation - my marriage is categorized as long-term traditional marriage. I am entitled to indefinite SS. Whether I see SS indefinitely is another matter entirely.
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