Two years after marriage and receipt of USA residency, my
Two years after marriage and receipt of USA residency, my wife declared she never liked hairy-skin men and left the marital bed, is this grounds for annulment? When I protested, she orchestrated a false domestic violence charge in an effort to not lose the"green card."
I have under age girl who is 16 years old in Lagundinga,
I have under age girl who is 16 years old in Lagundinga, Misamis, OrientalJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: I met her by chatting then we became lovers, but her father want to make sure how much my love against her. cos she is still 16. I am now 66 yeas old in Japan.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: yes her mother file against her husband as child abuse and porno pictures which police found her desktop.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: her parents got annulment cos they are always fighting, then husband wants to separate from his wife.
My husband and I got married in April. He thought his
My husband and I got married in April. He thought his divorce in Kentucky was final and it wasn't at that time. We're in California - he was from Kentucky - we're good with going on with life the way it is - but want to make sure we're doing it legally. Do we need to get an annulment and get married again?
I just have one question. I was married in june of this year
hi, I just have one question. I was married in june of this year but I live in louisiana for work. my wife moved here a month ago. She left this weekend without saying she wouldnt return. what do i need to doJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: I married in arkansas. I went home for wedding but I live in louisianaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: not that i can think of. I just want to know the quickest way to get a divorce or annulement
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My two adult children lost their father on 8/25....he
My two adult children lost their father on 8/25....he unexpectedly passed away. He had recently been divorced and it was final on 8/15. It was filed in the state of OHIO....He passed in the state of Alabama, where he was a resident.There is a 10 day reconciliation period in there divorce, in which both parties would have to sign. He passed on the 10th day. Obviously he didn't sign it. In fact, he had another life with a girl friend.The problem is that she feels she was still his wife when he passed...and is now threatening my kids that she is seeing an attorney and is going to take everything she can. Including, if she is listed as a beneficiary.What do you make of all this? What should my kids do?
NYS Divorced Filed by husband in April 2001. Met with Court
NYS Divorced Filed by husband in April 2001. Met with Court Rep who said to go sell the house, divide up marital assets and come back with an agreement but Husband had to pay separate maintenance of $200/week until divorce was finalized and continue to provide health insurance. Wife had a stroke December of 2001 48 prior to appnt for signing final paperwork. Wife now says attorney advised her not to agree to divorce, She would not agree to a legal separation and divorce action should be cancelled. They have lived completely separate lived for 15 yrs. Wife has bought and sold one property and now owns her current home. She also filed for bankruptcy in 2013 which did not affect the husband in any way he was not even told about it. Husband purchased his own home and has owned it for 13 yrs. There are no children involved as their child was 21 and independent at the time of separation. Husband still pays maintenance and health coverage under the original judgement (for the last 15 yrs.) Now he wants to retire and wife will not sign Union's paperwork for that. Husband wants to know if his retirement and annuity value, as far as marital property is concerned, stopped at the point of the judgement for maintenance.Married in 1977 but began living separately in 2001.
I'm the owner/operator of a small auto diagnostic company.
I'm the owner/operator of a small auto diagnostic company. I'm expanding my services into reprogramming, which would preferably include programming new/replacement keys.To do this I need to get licensed by nastf.About 10 years ago, I was convicted of a felony (B&E of a coin operated device and possession of burglary tools), which was subsequently annulled. This is exactly the kind of thing that they don't want to see on an application.When they do the background check, will they be able to see this?