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SC no fault divorce in progress. Would the court consider
SC no fault divorce in progress. Would the court consider the financial help I have given my spouses children. $6,000 gift to one for house down payment. Had to pay $10,000 for car I co signed for but wasn't being repaid.
In Texas family law: if a divorce decree awarded a
In Texas family law: if a divorce decree awarded a retirement benefit to begin at retirement age, and just prior to that age one sustained a significant medical event; can one go back and collect arrearages? how far back?
I have a brother In law that is California certified (via
I have a brother In law that is California certified (via online course) to ordan weddings in California. Can he marry my fiancee and I in Bequia (a caribbean island) and file paper work for a California marrage license for the ceremony In question?
If alimony was set at a certain amount certain time frame in
If alimony was set at a certain amount for a certain time frame in states that it will end at that time unless all payments have not been made and the pain party decides to reduce the amount of the payment without the approval of the receiving party is that binding once they cash the check because they need the check to survive and cannot wait for it to go into a court proceeding can't they still go into a court proceeding stating they did not agree on the amount reduced by the pair and a pair refused to pay the amount the court ordered does the receiver have anything to fall back on after cashing the check
My husband continues to insist that he cannot afford to pay
Hi again,My husband continues to insist that he cannot afford to pay for a second place. I told him I would leave and find a place with the kids and he has told me he will not allow me to leave with the kids. How can I do this legally? Again he is in the Coast Guard with orders to Washington, DC and we reside in Maryland. Thanks
We are considering a divorce however we are living apart
We are considering a divorce however we are living apart right now. My husband has a girlfriend and brings her to family affairs which I also attend solo. I really don't like the situation but feel like I am stuck in limbo. Should we divorce ? It is a 43-year-old marriage .
My husband is in a continuous dispute with s ex over unpaid
my husband is in a continuous dispute with his ex over unpaid alimony. She waited almost ten years to go after any back alimony and after we married. Since she has started, his finical situation has changed significantly. He is now retired and declared a disabled veteran and is working on getting ssdi. He lawyer is now going after finical discovery. He is asking for deeds of any real property he may own and on any cars he may own. He owns nothing. I bought the house with money from the house I owned prior to our marriage. the loans on the car and truck are in my name.JA: What state is this in? And how old is the truck?Customer: UtJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: 2004JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: He does not like lawyers. He has met some real sconderals
S (my first cousin) daughter Rena married a man and hadView more family law questions
Betty's (my first cousin) daughter Rena married a man and had three sons by him, this was over six years ago. In January of 2010, Rena had a very bad stroke shortly after the birth of her last son. She almost died. After a stay in the hospital, Rena came home to live and be cared for by Betty. The last son came there shortly after birth to love there with Betty until recently when his father took him back. Rena has been in Betty's care there at the house from 2010 until the present. Rena's husband found a new live-in girlfriend a few months after Rena's stroke. He has not divorced her.Her husband has not contributed to her care out of his pocket monetarily at all. He applied for Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. Needless to say, if there is any money coming to Rena, her husband is collecting it all. At first Rena was receiving home health care whereby: nurses would come to house to care for her, she could get supplies, therapy and such. Her husband has cut off the services Rena was getting, so she is not receiving any help or services beyond what her mother is doing for her. Her husband did not work for the first three years after Rena's stroke, however he is working now. He claimed Rena and the baby on his taxes even though they were not living with him. He still claims Rena on his taxes. He was bought about four vehicles since Rena's stroke. This is a heart wrenching situation, and he is a despicable human being!!!Betty has kept good records of all dates, times of any hospital visits. Betty and her husband Maurice are retired and on fixed incomes. They have kept records of monies they have spent out of pocket for their daughter.1. Is any of his behavior concerning Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security illegal?2. Is his claiming his wife and infant son on his taxes illegal?3. He is committing adultery, can Betty sue for divorce on behalf of Rena? At least this way Rena can receive the services that he needs.