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If I waved my rights to my ex husbands retirement from ACERA
Hi. If I waved my rights to my ex husbands retirement from ACERA and he passed away 2 months ago,can I try and get some of his retirement benefits that is still owed. I was under stress when I signed the waver.I was married for 11 years, have been divorced for approx. 10 years.Thank You***** *****
I just want to know if it is legal in California to put a
Hello. I just want to know if it is legal in California to put a GPS tracking system on my wife's car that is solely her car to follow her and make sure she's not following me because I'm cheating on her??JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: About this matter??? NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know? OK. Got it. 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 Criminal Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I lawyer handled a criminal case 2-4 years ago, and I am
Hi,My name is***** lawyer handled a criminal case for me 2-4 years ago, and I am still on probation. He has been paid a great deal in full, but does not seem invested in representing me to adjust my sentence now. Requesting and helping me reduce my sentence was what he stated he would do, at this point in time. Again, he seems not to be interested in doing this. I requested a copy of our contract, which he says he cannot provide. I have a copy of the payments he received from me, which again were very substantial ($50,000), though he said he "may not have a contract for me." What can I do to ensure I get the representation I paid for, or if not, see my money refunded?Thank you,Nick
My husband and I may be parting our ways. We would be moving
My husband and I may be parting our ways. We would be moving to seperate states. We are selling our house which was purchased with my inheritance. He doesn't wish to split our assets, as they were mine before we married. I will not ask any alimony either. So, before we go to our seperate states, what paperwork statement might make this agreement clear...maybe also to have a start date for legal seperation . I know I will probably need to wait one year to establish my residency in my new state before filing for divorce. We will be on seperate coasts. How do I proceed most wisely.
I'm getting married this month. My fiance has to pay alimony
I'm getting married this month. My fiance has to pay alimony to his ex-wife. My fear is that if he is for some reason unable to pay her alimony, I don't want her trying to get her hands on my income. He is in government contracting and sometimes the contract ends and he is out of work for a while and even unemployment wouldn't cover the amount.Will a prenup agreement protect me from this?Thanks, Tonya
I have a question on behalf of my partner whose ex-wife is
Hi Richard, I have a question on behalf of my partner whose ex-wife is taking him to court on enforcement of a property settlement. The divorce was in 2009 and the property settlement was for loss to her investments (yes, during the great recession). His income was significantly overstated in the divorce (had 1-time income that year) and he signed documents under duress and without representation. He did not have the income then, and will never be able to pay this off (it's 6 figures). Is there any legal avenue to fight a property settlement? I've seen information on "sharing the misery" but it's outdated. Thank you for your time.
Been married 10 yrs together 17 controlling petson!#! has meView more legal questions
Been married 10 yrs together 17 controlling petson!#! has me home 8 yrs with child all about money. Etc etc has 3 quarters nyc going for ss and threatens to take checks away. I am willing to leave but have nothing mucht deeper story but I feel trapped. I have asked a million times for him to leave when home he refuses not healthy can I keep my home if I get divorce and work. Or do I have to stay