You can attach assets only that exist in her name. If she got married and your ex husband transferred a lot of assets into her name then you might be able to go after those. It is doubtful he would be foolish enough to do this.

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Hi kateyoung
I am sorry that you have been through this like I have been I hate and I the word hate that spouses can do things like this and I feel that. Tell you what how poeple are my EX feels this way that she is not wrong well the court did not.
But in the long run you are the winner not him he has lost I feel your pain and want to get back at him/her trust me I did the same but I had to let it go they are the loser not you are are the winner
You did nothing wrong and keep that in mind
Go luck to you

I am bringing a criminal conversation suit against my husband’s girlfriend. She really doesn’t have many assets now but if her and my husband do marry after the divorce can she be forced to pay (if she loses) with her NEW marital funds, which essentially would be my ex-husbands money.