I am wondering if I qualify for a civil annulment, Michigan,
Hi, I am wondering if I qualify for a civil annulmentJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MichiganJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: It's a bit of a complicated case, we were married in Mexico in the Catholic Church, however, our marriage was never officially submitted to the State. I do have a marriage certificate from the Church, but I also see that my former spouse never even signed the licence.
How can i find out if my marriage was annulled? california,
how can i find out if my marriage was annulled?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: californiaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: i havent seen him or spoken with him for years i dont know his where abouts he was already married
Wife and Husband US Citizen - Married in 10 years ago. Now
Wife and Husband US Citizen - Married in Virginia 10 years ago.Now both living in Singapore for 4 + years in same place.Living together but no relationship for 2 + years.Husband Married again with Vietnamese in Vietnam, 1 month ago.1st wife has copy of Vietnam Marriage certificate.Can this be charge as felony in Singapore ? Or Charge in US as Felony?If charge applies in Singapore and prosecuted.. can this be prosecuted again in US?
Hope you are well. My marriage of 26 years has been
Hello. Hope you are well. My marriage of 26 years has been difficult mainly due to him. I am seeking divorce even though he says he does not want. I think that's because he doesn't want to part with anything. I feel he is waiting for me to initiate a divorce then I really feel he will use my bi-polar disorder against me and try to say I am crazy so he can cut me out of everything. What can I do about this? I am not interested in a long court battle even though I feel this is the route he wants to take. Thank you.hAtcan
I want to file bigamy charges against my husband. Help
Hello, I am wanting to file bigamy charges against my "husband" however I am being sent back and forth between the DA's office and the Dallas Police Department. I feel like my rights to press charges are being violated.This is in the state of Texas. I did speak to a lawyer and they told me that I needed to press charges.I was married on January 7, 2016 and had no knowledge of him being married. I was shown a letter from his attorney stating that his original divorce decree from his 1st marriage was enclosed. Husband claimed to have lost it. I finally saw a decree in May however in the Collin County District Court records and Dallas County District Court records, there is no decree...both cases were dismissed.
My girlfriend was married in Israel under the religious
My girlfriend was married in Israel under the religious rabbinate. She moved to Canada and obtained a "Get"[ religious divorce], which would be recognized by Israel. She previously had her marriage recognized by Canadian officials originally to facilitate her "husband" with his green card, and would like to allow that process to play out because they have a child together. My question is that since according to Israeli law they are divorced, would she be able to marry me in the USA(where I live) without encountering difficulties?
I got married to a woman. During the marriage her former
I got married to a woman. During the marriage her former husband died. Later she filed for divorce from me. During the divorce I found out she never divorced her no deceased husband. I filed for annulment then dropped the case. I later brought it up again and dropped it again with prejudice. The divorce went through. I had a lot of other matters going on. Her granddaughter was threatening suicide at the time because of the divorce. My original attorney was killed. My father had just died and a real good friend of mine committed suicide in front of my house. Now I am thinking straight and would like to know if I can bring the case up on lack of subject matter jurisdiction and still get an annulment since she was still married at the time she married me. The divorce is 3 years old in Arizona.
I was married in new Jersey in 1994 and legallized my
I was married in new Jersey in 1994 and legallized my marriage in the Colombian consulate in New York in 2009 so my exhusband could get a temporary Colombian citizenship card, since he wanted to invest there. We finalized our marriage NJ in 2012, but we did not divorce before the Colombian laws. He remarried another colombian woman in 2014, and she got a green card through their marriage, they also have a US citizen baby. According to the Colombian consulate I'm still his only and legal wife. His new wife has to apply for adjustment of status in a few months. Since we are still legally married before the Colombian laws, can his marriage to his second wife be nulled and invalid for immigration purposes?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New JerseyJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: No, but I was told this might be bigamy and their marriage might be invalid, besides they dont live in marital unionJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No