I was married for 23 years and have now been separated for 2 yrs. My husband abused me emotionally, mentally and verbally. He was controlling and expected sex as payment for everything he did for me. I have been working at the same company now for 26 years and have a decent retirement plan plus a 401K. I have met another man and I have been with him for a year or more. My "husband" is trying to be very diffult. I sold the house to my son, so there is nothing left for his car and mine. My car is not paid for. His is. I have credit card debit. He doesn't. Does anybody know what normally happens in cases of retirmenet/401K's in divorce situations?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:01 PM on May. 3, 2009 in Relationships
It usually depends on your state. I will tell you that you should have consulted an attorney BEFORE you separated not after. You need to talk to a lawyer asap to see what your options are and be honest or they can't help you.
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