Invalid Marriage due to non-disclosure of Previous Domestic Violence

I married my wife 5 years ago in the state of CO not knowing she had previous domestic violence and throughout the marriage, she has cheated and carried out physical and emotional damage to me and also arrested in the state of CO she has now filled for Divorce, Child support and Post seperation support but has never disclosed any financial earnings throughout the marriage and his money and assetts she also stole all the household goods and his hiding them and lying to the court of law.

Assuming you are now residents of NC, your marriage is still valid. Through the court process in NC you will be able to get all of her financial disclosures and documents, including income and asset information, Anything she says will be required to be backed up by documentation. You will also be able to use formal discovery methods to get this information and documentation as well.

Anna Ayscue

Attorney with Rosen Law Firm Cary • Chapel Hill • Durham • Raleigh • Wake Forest

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