She’s locked me out of the accounts. I have no access to any shared money as of right now. She says she is going to use the money to pay all necessary bills because she thinks I wouldn’t. I would, but she’s giving me zero choice in the matter. I’ve switched my direct deposit to have my checks deposited into my own account as of now.I'm glad it all worked out without incident. I'm sure her girlfriend being there helped, as she didn't want to embarrass herself in front of her. But keep a VAR on you at all times since there's no telling what will happen in the future.After I left, I sent her a text message asking her to transfer half of the balances of our shared bank accounts to my account and she told me she will not being doing that.
Is there a reason she has to move the money? If it's a shared account, I would expect that you could do the transfer yourself. She is not going to be cooperative for these kinds of requests, so don't even ask if you can do it yourself.
Keep in mind that debts are still shared, so make sure payments for house, cars, and whatever else are still being made. Even if you have to pay 100%, do it. Any imbalance in payments should be taken into consideration by the judge during the asset separation of the divorce.
She’s locked me out of almost 10k worth of funds.