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My husband married me for my family’s money.  We’ve been married for 5 years, have 3 kids and a house worth $2.5 M in East Greenwich. He took care of all the finances and I just found out that he has depleted our bank accounts.  He came into the marriage with next to nothing ($10K) I thought he truly loved me but now I see that he doesn’t care about me or the kids, he was just interested in my family’s money.  I now see why we should have signed a prenuptial agreement.  Will he be entitled to half of our property when we divorce?


I can obviously understand your concern, however, without much more information I cannot answer your question completely. Notwithstanding, inherited property is NOT subject to distribution in a divorce. However, if you take inherited property and commingle it by putting your husbands name on the property, you could end up having to share that with him. He will be entitled to a portion of the property that is marital in nature. Martial property generally does not include inherited property, gifted property and pre-marital property. Of course there are always exceptions and you should speak to a good divorce lawyer to learn about your rights. 

East Greenwich Divorce Lawyer, Attorney Christopher Heberg serves individuals and families in the East Greenwich, RI and the surrounding communities including Warwick, North Kingston, Exeter, Coventry and West Warwick.

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