– from Roger Z. in North Prairie, WI
My wife and I were married for 14 years. During the first two years of marriage, I was in school for my M.B.A. and my wife worked full-time. We now have three minor children and my wife has been a full-time homemaker since I started my business career. During the divorce, the court awarded out the property division and family support equally. However, the judge decided I am in charge of the attorney’s fees for both parties. My wife is capable of getting a job but chooses to remain home. Should I still be liable even if she could pay them herself?
Jeff Hughes, J.D.