After months of back and forth with my husband (we were married a whopping 11 months when he told me he wanted a divorce, tried counseling but I finally realized he wasn't there) I finally filed for divorce after we had been married a year and a half. We live in FL, which is a community property state, so I could have asked for half of anything he obtained while we were married, like the equity in the truck and boat he bought while we were married and his stocks and 401k. I have no equity in my home (bought before we were married) and bought my car in 06. Instead, I asked him to repay some specific things I paid for while we were married, and to pay court costs. I did it partly because I wanted those specific things repaid, and partly because it allows us both to represent ourselves. My husband stated in his financial affadavit that he has no stocks/bonds, no retirement, and no rental property. I know that he has all three. Anyone have any ideas on how I can prove it without hiring the attorney? It will cost me almost half of what I'm trying to get from the ex to hire the attorney.