What are some fair reasons to request half of my husband's
What are some fair reasons to request half of my husband's 401k pension, we've been together 10 years married for 7 and he's been at his job for 13 years? I use to work prior to use having a child but then we agreed when I was pregnant that I would take a step back from working and focus on our child. I stayed home with her until she started preschool then I would work part time around our daughter's schedule but now I am currently unemployed.
My spouse stated he would sign divorce papers on he received
Good Morning,JA: Hi. What do you want help with?Customer: My spouse stated he would sign divorce papers on he received them. I went online and submitted the papers to file on August 8, 2016. Once he received the papers that stated he should consult a lawyer and him would loss the right to file for alimony, he changed his mind. However, to date he has not gotten an attorney. 1. Can you advised how long the current divorce papers are valid? 2. We will be separated 2 years as of March 13, 2017. Can I file new papers based on the 2 year separation?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: 3. What are my options in this case?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I live in PA. I originally filed with a online lawyer, because he stated he would sign.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: That's everything. Thank you
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Me again, I have a question about divorce law. My husband
For Doug: Me again, I have a question about divorce law. My husband committed credit card fraud for numerous cards in my social security without my knowledge or consent. If I report him, he may end up in prison because the total debt is around $20.000. How would I still receive child support and possibly alimony? I am in Maryland.Further, will our assets still be divided properly?Thank you!
Etired from the USAF in 1990. My wife at the time is
etired from the USAF in 1990. My wife at the time is deceased. My current wife and I have been married less than 3 years altho we lived together sporadically for 4 years prior to marriage. I an sueing for divorce. Is she allowed to get any of my retired pay as alimony (no children)?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: AlabamdamaJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: I retired in 1990JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Gimme a 'freebie" yes or no? B^))
I paid all my guide line child support up to date, I did not
Hi.I paid all my guide line child support up to date, I did not pay the alimony do to the f**k that my ex supported by her boy friend and refuse to submit his financialsshe and her lawyers manage to have that alimony present to court as a child support . I'm trying over and over motion after motion to show all my payments and the child support office as well as the judge ignoring that review completely .how I can force the court to take a look and review my payments? Please help
S dakota wife moved out Aug 8 2016 no contact for months,
S dakota wife moved out Aug 8 2016 no contact for months , received divorce papers Dec 27 2016 told her Jan 2 2017 to come get the rest of her stuff that I would set it out for her. She claims the restraining order prevents me from doing that. Stored for 6 months and gave her 2 weeks notice and a 48 hour reminder will I be in contempt if I set her stuff out for her to get?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: South dakotaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I have no money disabled in April 2016JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I have a rental I bought with my teaching retirement in 2000 and a house I built in 2004 married her in 2006 I borrowed 50000 on my house to buy her a coffee shop and 30000 to buy her house from her x she ran both of them into the ground and sold them. She now makes 60000 and I make 42000 with the rental what claim does she have on my property that I owned before we married? Thank you Pearl
I live in New York My question is about divorce and alimony
I live in New YorkMy question is about divorce and alimony payments.My ex-wife has been involved with the same gentleman for 5 years. Our divorce was finalized in 2015.The gentleman spends every other weekend with my ex-wife completely and on the weekends she has the kids he also stays over at least one night. During the week he stays over at least 2 or 3 nights.My question is, does this constitute a relationship? Can I stop paying alimony based on this being a relationship?
I am soon to be divorced. My husband and I are still best
Hi, I am soon to be divorced. My husband and I are still best friends and trying to screw the other. We have a house and are not sure what to do about the division. It was bought (by Him) while we were engaged. We have been married 21 years, 2 adult children, neither of us can buy out the other finacially. I was a stay at home mother for 20 years. What am I entitled toJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CTJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no no money to do thatJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no that is the only point left we should have been finalized yesterday
I have a question regarding the new NJ permanent alimony
I have a question regarding the new NJ permanent alimony law. My husband got divorced before the new law went into effect and it was noted that any alimony before this was not affected at all. So my question - he has paid $19,240 a year for 10 years. He is retired and his annual income has decreased $30,000 and is now $40,000 after paying alimony. She works 4 hours a day driving a school bus with summers, holidays and weekends off. She has made no attempt to get a better job or increase her income and has gloated about the fact that she will be "screwing him the rest of his life" by making him pay. She received $266,000 10 years ago from QDRO and has received some compensation from her mother's estate after her passing. She makes about $19,000 on her own. She is also entitled to around $1,000 or more from his social security when she turns 62 this year. She plans to quit her job, live off of his alimony and the $1,000 plus her money from his pensions. He is hesitant to go to a lawyer about this because it will cost money he doesn't really have and judges always lean toward the ex-wife. Does he have any chance at all of getting this ridiculous amount reduced?