Divorce and Loans/Debt
I'm wondering if and what recourse we have in this situation:
FH and BM separated due to her infidelity, when FH left he found out that bills had not been being paid, they were about $10,000 behind on the mortgage, vehicle loans, credit cards, etc. When he left he contacted the creditors of the bills that he was taking and set up payment arrangements, he is now fully caught up. Their divorce was finally finalized a couple months ago, in the divorce the debt was divided. Yesterday I tried logging on to the bank where FH's truck is financed, to make a payment, and I couldn't log in, the password had been changed, when I tried to retrieve the password added security questions had been added. I called and tried to talk to Customer Service, apparently I had been removed as an authorized person, and the address and phone number on the account had been changed, all to BM's info. She did this 2 weeks after the divorce was final. I called FH and let him know, he called the bank and changed everything back, we went in and changed our user name, passwords, everything we could. But her name is still on the note, because the vehicle was leased while they were married. His credit is not strong enough at this point to get it refinanced in just his name. We have the divorce decree stating that the truck is his property and financial responsibility.
What can we do to make sure that she doesn't just contact the bank and change stuff again? Is this against the law? Is there something we can file with the court? Has anyone else had a similar experience, and if so what did you do?