My question involves court procedures for the state of: FLORIDA
I am going into final hearing for a 3 year divorce have questions about the attorney bills and credit card debts.
1. If the judge orders that the credit card debts belong to me is the statue of limitations 5 years, 4 years or 20 years (since it would be part of a final divorce judgement?
2. The attorney bills will be part of the final hearing. Are the attorney bills automatically paid out of the assets (ie retirement accounts) or are they normal bills to be paid like any other bill after the divorce. Do the bills require a charging lien to forceable have them paid in the equitable distribution?
3. One attorney bill has a charging lien, so is it up to the judge to decide if the lien is valid or not?