Need Help - E.D. of Debt


#1

Also, let me add to the below situation:
He’s moved in with new girlfriend and her 3 pre-sons.
He’s taking care of a new household, and telling ME how hard he has it.
I’d asked HIM to leave, get help, and come back home (bipolar recovering alcoholic).
He LEFT, got a GIRLFRIEND, and I’m not taking him back![:(]


#2

Also, let me add to the below situation:
He’s moved in with new girlfriend and her 3 pre-sons.
He’s taking care of a new household, and telling ME how hard he has it.
I’d asked HIM to leave, get help, and come back home (bipolar recovering alcoholic).
He LEFT, got a GIRLFRIEND, and I’m not taking him back.
As I’ve reminded him, we’re still legally married, but separated since 8/18/05.
I suppose I could try to pursue Alienation of Affection, b/c I’d asked for him to get healthy, and return, and she “interfered” with that.
But I’m so tired of it all, at this point, I just need him to pay up and go away!


#3

Dear The Mommy:

Greetings. You need to have a hearing on the issue of equitable distribution. Either do a motion for interim distribution of the debt or set up the final hearing so that you can have the debt distributed. I cannot advise you on bankruptcy, but would advise you to speak with a bankruptcy attorney. Good luck.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#4

[:(]
STBX hubby served me with Divorce on 10/31.
I answered, with E.D. complaint.
We have no property left, sold the house, at a loss, (I had to borrowed money to bring to closing to sell).
We have $78K of unsecured debt that I’ve been paying on alone, and I’ve asked him to pay 1/2 of it.
His attorney told him to “work it out” with me.
The guy has awful credit. No one in their right mind would finance him for 1/2 this debt.
He wants to file bankruptcy, b/c he’s such a lousy manager of money and in just a year separate from me, has overextended his own credit.
What are my options?
I can’t carry this load by myself. My daughter and I had to move in with my parents, b/c I can’t afford daycare, $78K debt, and housing.
He’s not paying child support, either, but that’s a separate issue.
I’m suffocating here, but I don’t want to file bankrupcty myself, if I can.