41: What to Do If Your Ex Is Threatening to Quit His Job to Avoid Support

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If your spouse is threatening to withhold financial support from you, it can feel as though you’re backed into a corner. 

However, temporary financial hardship and struggle it does not mean that you have to walk away from what you’re entitled to from the marital estate. 

While it may take some time and some action steps on your part, there are laws in place to ensure that you get the financial support that your family needs. 

In today’s episode, divorce coach and family law attorney Zeppy Attashian explains the legal ramifications of an ex withholding support or quitting a job out of spite. She describes the measures that the court can put into place to require your spouse to financially support your children. 

Want to feel secure in the decisions you make when being faced with the financial turmoil associated with divorce? Get on the waitlist for the next opening of Decoding Divorce Academy here! → www.decodingdivorce.com/dda