Strange legal situation 20 years after the divorse
My DH divorced in 2003. They used a mediator and settled on agreements. Ex-wife made him miserable during the marriage by openly dating a prominent married doctor for two years while he worked and provided most of their daughter's care. DH is still angry about that. Next post divorce--they rarely spoke or had contact. Ex then alienated their daughter from him and told him that DD did not want to visit on his weekends--she better enjoyed hanging with her friends. He was hurt, but wanted DD to be happy. Daughter ended up being disrespectrul, silent treatment, manipulative, and even stole valuables from our home. We are no contact now. DH is bitter over his ex. Here is the legal situation. He never opened the divorce decree after signing with the lawyer. It was his responsibility to quitclaim a condo she was awarded. He never did it because of not opening divorce decree envelope. A lawyer for ex contacted us saying a quitclaim was being overnighted to him and asking for his signature. He does not want to sign it. He will give me proxy to sign it. Ex has a terminal disease. DH wants to get revenge by stalling on his signature. The alienation was bad. I get it. The ex's lawyer is going to call and speak with him in a few days. Should I try and convince him of what to do?