Sorry, just saw the rest of your post with questions.
My attorney at the time wasn't a very good trial lawyer, imo. Most of the time she represented me, she didn't show any offense no matter how many "looks" I gave her.
It's a long story, I'll try to keep it short. We had two properties that we split. One a rental (NJ got that) and the other we lived in that I got. NJ took me to trial to try to force the sale of my residence since I've been unable to refinance and get her name off the loan due to the market and the modification on the loan.
NJ's argument was that her credit is ruined and she can't purchase anything due to my home loan being in her name. A few years ago, she purchased a new home and furniture while she still had the rental property. So she was able to purchase a new home with the rental property and my home loan in her name. She ended up selling the rental about a year ago later after her new home purchase and that's when NJ lawyered up (with the profits from the rental) and started taking me to court.
When my lawyer asked her on the stand if she purchased her new property prior to selling the rental house, NJ said NO (just re-read that, sorry).
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