I am paying off half of my ex-wife's car, per our divorce decree. Her new husband is now also driving this car.
It bothers me that I'm paying for a car that my ex-wife's husband is now driving.
Would it be worth it to go to court to see if I can have this car payment removed from my divorce agreement?
Since I am only licensed to practice law in Wisconsin, I can only provide you with general divorce help for men to your divorce laws question.
In my jurisdiction, marital property is generally divided equally between the parties during a divorce. This division includes all assets, debts, liabilities, and expenses of the marital estate.
Unlike child support or alimony, property division orders are typically not modifiable absent a substantial showing of fraud, duress, or coercion in the marital settlement agreement.
If your jurisdiction follows the same policies when it comes to property division, then it is not worth your time or money to re-litigate this issue.
Divorce Resources:State Property Division Laws
I understand your feelings - you don't want to pay for another person's enjoyment of your property - but the court may not have the ability to do anything about it.
Remember, I am unable to provide you with anything more than divorce tips for men, so please consult with a divorce lawyer in your jurisdiction.