My question involves judgment recovery in the State of: Florida.
Unfortunately, my husband has a judgement against him, which we are paying $50.00 per month on. I recently received a set of interrogatories in the mail. They are asking about joint accounts, he has one with me and one with my son. They are asking him to say the money is his only, regardless of whose names are on the accounts. They want copies of our joint tax returns with both my sons and my information on it. They are also asking about any money that I might be receiving. I was not married to him at the time he either got the card, or when he defaulted. I was neither listed as an authorized user nor added as a joint cardholder, as it was in default soon after we met. The judgment was obtained soon after we got married.
Do they have any legal right to my information? Do they have any legal right to have our joint account information? Can I block out any information that has nothing to do with my husband or this judgement on our joint returns? I will never give them my sons information. This is my minor child from a previous marriage, they do not have any right to his information!!
All help is appreciated, especially if you can give either FL statutes, or maybe federal laws to back this information!! Thanks in advance!