My daughter lives in Hammond Indiana. She has been married for last 9 years. HUsband would never allow her to work, or to have a car or friends of her own. Totally bullied her and her girls. They have been living with her husband's father for all of these years. Father in law died this past year. My daughter's husband has not worked for the last several years. He was hooked on opiates. For the last year or so, he now goes to a meth? clinic every morning to get his "suboxin" - still a drug, he's still addicted. Then he comes home and plays video games all day. The little money that his father left him - he blew. Instead of paying their $500 a month mortgage on his dad's home (which would have been transferred over to him, had he kept up the payments) - he instead blew $1500 immmediately on "Google Play" - I have their bank records to show that. 3 months worth of mortgage payments. In the end, they lost their home. Through it, trying to get assistance - they required that they both try to find work. My daughter was elated. She had never been allowed to work! She has been working at Walgreens full time for past 6 months - won employee
of the month twice - she's trying so very hard to keep her family afloat - while her husband is still unemployed. His aunt took them in this week, as they wer evicted - but it's only temporary. My daughter wants a divorce. She has finally had enough. Her husband is yelling, fighting, threatening her every day badly. She's mad, and she's scared. They have (2) children together - 7 year old twin girls. He is telling her that if she leaves, she has to leave one of the twins behind. She is not willing to forsake her child! Myself - and the rest of the family, want to help her. I have a big, upscale home here in the suburbs of Raleigh, with room for Kelly and the girls. But we do NOT want to make any move here that will jeopardize her custody of the children. My daughtr can't afford to simply move out on her own - she doesn't make enough money, and he controls the car and won't let her. He has her trapped. Please advise legally what should be done, so that she can get away from him - ultimately to come home to her family here in NC - but doing it RIGHT. Please help!
JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: no, not yet
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: no, except my daughter is not very strong - he has beaten her down for so many years, and she very naive - but she's clean - doesn't smoke, drink, do drugs - she's a good girl, with a clean record