Ok, they went to court today and the Judge said she didn’t care that they resumed their relationship one month after the divorce was finalized and lived together for the next 5 1/2 years and holding themselves out as a married couple (renewing vows, wearing wedding rings, she was telling everyone they were married, signing legal documents and purchasing property as “husband and wife”.) I thought the reconciliation provision of their agreement made it null and void that they resumed their marital relations? They didn’t actually “remarry” and therefore were “divorced” and even though he was putting his entire paycheck in their joint co-mingled account it didn’t matter. The judge did order that his ex has to produce the bank records she had refused to do originally although the Judge said he has to take those records and “prove” who spent what money and that the ex was getting an additional $350 a month just for herself. How in the world is this possible? Bank records don’t tell you “who” spent the money in the account?! She also said that the credit card statements cannot come in. How can she say that? His ex racked up over $90,000 in debt that he took when they had their final split in 2005.
The question we now have is that she lied to her attorney who prepared the separation and divorce paperwork that they were living separate and apart for a year. (They were not.) Is there anyway to challenge this?