I want to say that I appreciate all of your comments. For those of you who inquired I do have two people: my sister in law and a neighbor who is a CNA who made themselves available when I need help. It was nice to hear from people who know what stress can do to your physical well being. You cannot see the disease but it can certainly wreck havoc. My husband and I own a bar, a 4 unit apartment building, a handicap usable house, a rental house, vehicles, etc-I have averaged 63000/annual before my MS and draw a decent monthly dis/ss. He has operated as manager of the properties and bar and draws 4800/annually. We have used my salary to live on and have everything paid down. All of my money including 401K and disability back pay has gone into the property payments/upkeep. The plan was to use the rents as supplement to SS. He filed for SS last month. He has basically decided that he should get all property because I can't take care of it anyway. He also figures that I make enough from SS monthly that I don't need anything else. My daughter wants me to move in with her but her house is not wheelchair friendly so it will cost about 15000 to make the needed modifications. II asking for the car, the rental house and 50000 to walk away. He says too much. M:y daughter and friends say take it to court, the lawyer I consulted said he would much rather be standing on my side of the courtroom than his-he says not enough and judges have hearts. The torment from my husband has been none stop-when I was at a dr apt he came in and took the land line phone, he has removed the registration out of the car, tells me that I cannot go into our bar if his slut is there, told me that he "left one in the chamber of his dad's old revolver on my jewelry box" in case I wanted to use it, his girlfriend text me at 11pm one night "I am in bed with your husband. Get some rest" I know the intent is to rattle me enough to run away and leave it all won't put the whole burden that is me on my daughter's shoulder. Just venting and reasoning out in my mind-Thanks for listening.