Hey guys...does anyone know how it's decided who ends up paying counsel/attorney fees? My plaintiff hubby filed, has requested counsel fees, when we both made the same income and had entirely separate finances during marriage, and by the way he's liquidated our joint bank account took out all the money without my knowledge (only way i found out was that i happened to be checking balance statement on phone)... i have my own attorney fees to pay $375/hr (!) My thought on this is that he's the one who's filed, he's the one who's hired his own lawyer, why do i have to pay his fees? i've my own lawyer fees to deal with... any thoughts from anyone who's already been through it?
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