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My wife left my home in early spring of 2004 and established
My wife left my home in early spring of 2004 and established separate residence until sometime between early fall of 2006 and early spring of 2007. She moved without a forwarding address. I last saw her in late summer of 2006 and last spoke to her by phone in the late spring or early summer of 2007 at which time she did not reveal her residence. At this time, I do not know her whereabouts, whether or not she is still in town or in state. We have not been together for over 12 years now.Is it necessary that I utilize the services of an attorney to file for a divorce? Can I go the the county courts and file on my own behalf to attain a uncontested divorce? If necessary, I have proof of several counts of adultery, abandonment, alienation of affection, fraud, and irreconcilable differences on her part.
I live in New York. There has to be some way I can file
Hi. I live in New York. There has to be some way I can file a complaint against my husbands mistress. He is 60 and she is 27. Long story, but her parents, on skype made her younger sister pretend to be her and said it was a case of stolen identity. Can I do anything? Also, she is going into her 2nd year of med school and is worried about her reputation. Please help me. Many thanks.
In Washington State Alienation of Affection has been done away
In Washington State Alienation of Affection has been done away with, but I am wondering if a parent can sue a woman who is incompetent and crazy --literally-- for keeping a family member from seeing and talking to other family members. He is afraid of her for she is abusive as well as having mental problems, being alcoholic and a druggie and gambler. Her family is encouraging him to keep her so she will be off of the streets, yet she prefer the streets. Do or can I find an attorney to help me?
Alienation of Affection Laws.. were they all abolished in PA? JA:
Alienation of Affection Laws.. were they all abolished in PA?JA: The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: I was in a 20 year marriage getting ready for retirenment when we decided to purchase a house. I used all of my Penssion money to pay off her bills and buy the house and 1 week later she filed for divorce. I found out she was seeing a guy since July . we puchased the home in Aug 31st.JA: OK. The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this. Anything else I can tell the Family Lawyer before I connect you two?Customer: Yes I know I could not use that law in a divorce suit but what about the Boyfriend in a civil suit.JA: I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Family Lawyer about your situation and connect you two.
My divorce was finalized on March 10, 2016. I have to go to
My divorce was finalized on March 10, 2016. I have to go to court on April 6, 2016 because my ex spouse is held on contempt of court for not giving me all of my personal belongings. Before the divorce was final I had discovered my husband had a mistress. in the state of NC I am currently suing her for alienation of affection with criminal conversation. I just discovered he had lied about his government TSP. He had took a lot of money out of his TSP without me knowing and put it in a bank account somewhere. at this point what can I do about the TSP on April 6.
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My 12 year old wants to sue his father's mistress
My 12 year old wants to sue his father's mistress for alienation of affection. Father has almost met requirement for abandonment. Sate of Illinois was common meeting place at mistresses family members home. Son also planning to change his last name from fathers. Son is academically talented and is seeking answers online. I'm not sure what to advise him. Son is now in counseling, thankfully. Son also sated if he can't, plans to when he turns 18. I hope he will just let it go ! However he does make some very valid points.JA: OK. The Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: Yes, about the name change, not regarding suing the mistress. Pending divorce.JA: What advice did they give you?Customer: As far as the name change we is adding to my divorce filings. Mediation settlement will not be an option in this case.JA: Is there anything else important you think the Lawyer should know?Customer: Residents of Michigan.JA: I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and connect you two.
My husband is a superintendent of a luxurious Condominium in
My husband is a superintendent of a luxurious Condominium in Manhattan, NY. With that he gets a free apartment where two of our kids and myself live there as well.We've been married for 30 years and About a year and a half ago, I had suspicions that he was cheating on me. When I confronted him after he came back from a trip with his mistress, he admitted to me that the affair has been going on for four years.After the confession, he decided to move in with his mistress at her house, but he left the apartment to me and our grown children.He told me that I can stay with his paycheck every week since he earns extra on the side. This way, I can save for a down payment to get my own place.Well it wasn't too long until he changed his mind and now he splits the check in half, between us. His comment was why should he pay me his whole paycheck if I'm not the one working for it. Well I'm not the one that broke our marriage contract either.A few days ago, he told me that he was offered another building earning twice the salary. So he wants me to move out, so that he can stay in the new apartment without me and the rest of the family. He said he'll pay rent for a new apartment for our children and myself, but I told him that beats the purpose of saving for a down payment to get my own place.Isn't it true that if I move out that will be considered "abandonment"? Why should I move out to a lesser apartment and he gets to live luxuriously just because it might affect his relationship with his mistress?Please help!
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The biological father of my unborn child is not my husband.View more family law questions
The biological father of my unborn child is not my husband. We are both married to other people ( he and his wife are dual military; my husband is a civilian). We have been engaging in an affair since we were deployed together. Our relationship is now over and we are both attempting to reconcile with our spouses. However, my husband contacted his commander to open an investigation into adultery and to obtain a way of serving him when he is deployed for civil litigation - alienation of affection and/or criminal conversation. My husband and I are currently separated and are getting a divorce. I believe that he will follow through with this litigation.Questions:1) Will it benefit the biological father to claim that he is making arrangements with me to claim paternity and child support?2) Is it possible for me as a civilian to be called to provide a statement regarding his investigation?3) Will his wife be informed of the investigation?4) Is there anything he or I can do now that an investigation has been made to mitigate damage to his career?