The date the alimony was due or the date of the decree? My
The date the alimony was due or the date of the decree? My divorce was finalized in June 2005. It is BOTH a judgment and decree. He paid for 2 years then quit although he declared it on his taxes. I am disabled and have been for years. Doesnt the SOL toll for disability? Also, he now lives in TX and works for a very high profile employer, mulinational. Embarrassment alone should be enough to get him to comply. (I am sick of all the process he is due when i seem to have NONE. I need help and an advocate. This guy can now afford it and he needs to pay.
My ex husband has been paying me alimony in the amount of
My ex husband has been paying me alimony in the amount of 716$ per wk he got fired from his job for not following company procedure, but he was able to collect unemployment of 427$ per wk . 1st someone told me that if he lost his job that was out of his control would make a difference, but since it was brought on by him that the judge could agree to keep my alimony the same . I got to court in 2 wks and I am very nervous I can't work I have a bi-polar disorder and on many medications per day I have no income at all and have help from family & friends since July he owes me over 12.000$ since July . I don't know what to expect will I get no alimony ? Will the courts grant him an amount to pay until he finds another job he was the Vice President of a company and has 150.000$ in retirement . I don't know what to expect can't sleep eat just reading all different articles on what could be . Hope to hear back with info that makes sense to me reading over and over everything is different each article. Thank you so much for your time
I live in NY. Divorce was granted in 2009 and amounts of
I live in NY. Divorce was granted in 2009 and amounts of alimony were agreed upon, as there was a "step down" settlement over the course of 9 years. My ex and I were working off the amounts indicated in the same document. Today, my ex informs me that he has "overpaid" because a different document obtained from the County Clerk shows that lower amounts should have been distributed. he says I owe him $15K in overpayment of alimonyJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: So - since we were both using the same (now apparently "incorrect" document, for a period of 71/2 years, does this newly discovered document hold precedence? Do I in fact, owe him this money?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Why has he suddenly decided to check county records?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Is there a tax break available to him because of this overpayment
I have a divorce question. I'm in the middle of a divorce. I
I have a divorce question. I'm in the middle of a NASTY divorce. I have attorneys but have been approached with a great business opportunity but don't know if I take it if it opens her up to half of it.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: OklahomaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: yesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No, I just need to jump on this opportunity but don't want her to get any part of it.
My wife informed me the other day that she wants to get a
My wife informed me the other day that she wants to get a divorce. She wants to split everything down the middle. We live in Texas and we've been married 32 years. She wants the divorce to be amiable. We both have IRAs that were rolled over from previous employers' 401k accounts. My IRAs are significantly more than hers. We have no pensions. If I understand correctly, all of the IRA money would need to be divided equally, as well as all of the debt that we have, and the home equity (once we sell) since all of that was realized during our marriage. My question concerns my salary from my current job. I want to know if she can garnish part of my future wages or not, since she makes substantially less money than I do. Also, I want to know if she can garnish some of my social security benefits whenever I am at an age to start collecting social security. She is a part-time school teacher and she runs a small travel business. She has a college degree. I would say her earnings are about 35% of what I make. We are both 57 years old.
I currently am awaiting for a contempt of court hearing
I currently am awaiting for a contempt of court hearing because my ex husband hasn't paid any part of the mediated agreement, which includes alimony in gross, that is my buyout of a company we owned. My question is if I remarry before the hearing, will it hurt my chances of collecting the agreed on settlement?
Both my wife and I live in Michigan. My salary is $85,000
Both my wife and I live in Michigan. My salary is $85,000 and she makes $36,000...we have 3 sons ages 8&6. Have been married for 14years. I am paying $216/month for insurance for myself and the boys and no daycare costs. How much is my child support and alimony if 50/50 joint custody with her listed as primary parent?