Why doesn’t Bank of America, N.A. want to be REASONABLE and help me resolve my fraudulent, invalid, unlawful and unenforceable divorce contract by helping me establish the required net worth and its distribution and instead wants to sue me when they know they will most likely be unable to collect?
My hearing today went well from many perspectives. It was regarding Bank of America’s case against me for telling them I stopped using my Bank of America credit card because I can’t pay them until I rectify my fraudulent, invalid, unlawful and unenforceable divorce contract which they have a copy of. This happened SUDDENLY about 2 years ago because my alimony was reduced to zero suddenly.
My husband, MARK HASSMAN swore he SUDDENLY BECAME “INSOLVENT” so my alimony was reduced to ZERO without his personal net worth being disclosed which is against the law as I understand for an alimony modification.
Now my alimony is $350 every two weeks because this is all my husband MARK HASSMAN swore he can pay despite having his Lexus with Bank of America paid off along with many other expenses; like his Bank of America credit card with over a $35,000 line of credit as court records and transcripts show. $350 every 2 weeks is a far cry from the original amount of over $5,000 a month.
My marriage is still in existence due to my fraudulent divorce contract signed by the judge, law firms and my husband who is a Harvard business school graduate, a certified public accountant and a chief financial officer who has made millions of dollars AS OUR JOINT TAX RETURNS SHOW.
In order to dissolve a marriage contract; the law REQUIRES that specific procedures must be followed and my divorce contract clearly shows these procedures were omitted. (Like omitting the net worth(value) of the community estate and its distribution).
But to make matters worse, all those involved STILL refuse to rectify this fraudulent, invalid, unlawful and unenforceable divorce contract including the judge, law firms and my husband who signed it and others involved in hiding my assets, income, savings, retirement and other interests and defrauding me in other ways. They also refuse to acknowledge what they have done and justly compensate me.
***They all refuse to acknowledge and help me establish the net worth of the community estate and its distribution.
Documents show that assets from my marriage where hidden with Bank of America which I submitted to both the court and Bank of America.
***So the question a reasonable person or Bank should ask:
What is the INTENT of filing and continuing this lawsuit against me by Bank of America regarding this credit card balance of LESS THAN $8,000 which I already said I would pay once I resolve my fraudulent, invalid, unlawful and unenforceable divorce contract?
***I also told Bank of America they should HELP ME RESOLVE my fraudulent divorce contract so they can be paid sooner but they instead sued me. This is all part of the case file. We are talking about an amount LESS THAN $8,000; not like my husband who has a Bank of America credit card with a limit of over $35,000.
Bank of America knew or should have known from their own documents that I cannot pay them. Again, this is all part of the case file.
***Is Bank of America trying to SET ME UP like they did millions of mortgage holders who they knew could not possibly pay their mortgages?
Does Bank of America want to have their cake and eat it too? Do they think if I never resolve my fraudulent divorce they can keep the money and other assets they have hidden from me but if I do, now they are trying to get a judgment against me for less than $8,000?
Even if Bank of America received a judgment against me now, it would not be collectible which should be obvious since:
1) my fee waiver in this court and other courts has been granted;
2) I no longer have a car because mine was totaled and I can’t afford to get another one.
3) and I am trying to make ends meet as the court documents showed today.
Plus, Bank of America agreed to a settlement with me IF AND ONLY IF I agreed to excuse them from any future lawsuits regarding this fraudulent, invalid, unlawful and unenforceable divorce contract.
***Why would Bank of America request that they be “held harmless” or “given immunity” or “excused” or whatever similar words you want to use; if they have not done anything unlawful?
Why instead don’t they want to be REASONABLE and help me resolve this fraudulent, invalid, unlawful and unenforceable divorce contract by helping me establish the required net worth and its distribution?
It will be very interesting as more and more of the facts unfold especially since it clearly appears BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. is not looking at the TOTALITY OF THE EVIDENCE. If they were I really think from a legal and reasonable prospective they would drop this case against me like a hot potato.
As always none of this is legal or any other advice; it is based upon my knowledge and experiences.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;www.PAlienation.org