By Dan Exner
In general, the court must uphold a premarital agreement unless the agreement is "inequitable."
Where I practice, a prenuptial agreement is inequitable if it fails to satisfy any one of the following requirements:
She now has all of my accounts, possessions, and our house. She even has the kids' personal property.
Do I have any rights post-judgment to reclaim at least some of the value of the home or modify the property ruling? Do my children have the right to seek return of their possessions?
She just bought a car and is demanding that I put my separate money back into the joint account so she can have assistance in paying for the car. She says without the money her check will bounce and I will be liable because we are both on the account.
I have a protective order issued against my estranged wife, but her friends continue to contact me and she is contacting my family demanding I put the money back.
Do I have to put my separate assets into the joint account? Is she violating the order of protection by harassing my family ?
Now that we are going to get a divorce, she claims she will not move out and has a right to my vehicles and furniture.
Can I take all my belongings, move out, and change the locks on the home since she will not leave my property?