Seperation agreement needed?


#1

Dear elismom:

Greetings. Wow - what a mess. He is entitled to his separate property and half of the property bought during the marriage - no matter what he did with the cell phone and utilities. Good luck.

Janet L. Fritts
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#2

My husband and I had a verbal agreement on splitting property in the home if he would not disco utilities (all in his name only). We have no mortgage, no 401k, no retirement or anything like that. He turned my cell phone off 2x on Sat and I found out he had disco notices on all my utilties so the verbal agreement is off. I saw an attorney yesterday, she said I did not need a seperation agreement, he is entitled to nothing. Is this true??? Now he has signed power of atty over to his parents and they are sueing me for his things. Can he and they do that??? Will a judge let them take things out of my home?? He moved out!!