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I live in Chicago, IL and my support order was issued in
I live in Chicago, IL and my support order was issued in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I am now divorced from my wife. Yet I am still required to pay spousal support. I have asked several times to terminate the spousal support order and provided a copy of the divorce decree yet no action has been taken and I am still paying spousal support. The divorce decree was issued in 2015. What can I do to file the termination of the spousal support order now.
I've had a girlfriend for 4 yrs. I'm about to purchase a
I've had a girlfriend for 4 yrs. I'm about to purchase a house with my saving, then I plan on taking out a mortgage to update the house. The house and mortgage will be solely in my name. If we split the mortgage payment and we later breakup is she entitled to half of the house? Also, we are TN residents.
Proof of Service - I am going to take my Ex-Spouse back to
Proof of Service - I am going to take my Ex-Spouse back to court by filing a 511 letter first then filing a motion to modify ( Reduce Spousal Support) by proving continued cohabitation and a significant change in circumstance: Question - If Ex-Spouse will not or has not provided me or the court her current address, then, if I send a certified letter to her last know address with that be considered a valid proof of service? She has blocked me via e-mail and by cell phone due to let's say criminal behavior. Also if she does not reply what chances will I have to win by default?
I receive child support and spousal support through a post
I receive child support and spousal support through a post nuptial agreement between myself and my (now separated but soon to be divorced) spouse. I'm planning to leave the family home (which I was awarded per the agreement) and move into a rental property. The rental property is owned by a man I am dating but he does not live there. We are not cohabitating and do not plan to even when I move into his second home which is located one hour away from his primary residence. Am I at risk of forfeiting my spousal support because I pay rent to my boyfriend to live at this separate home?
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
In the state of Oklahoma can an unmarried mother of a 17
In the state of Oklahoma can an unmarried mother of a 17 month old baby relocate out of state if there is no custody agreement in placeJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Relocation has already been in affect for 1 month the child's father who never maintained and consistent visitation nor filed for custody and at one point said he was giving up his rights and moving out of state is now attempting to file for 50/50 saying the mother cannot leave the state (again relocation already happened) the mother even had told him she was moving prior to the move. Again there is no custody agreement in placeJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Mother moved from Oklahoma to Alabama
Divorce, Sc, No, Yes there is other things,
DivorceJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: ScJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Yes there is other thingsJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Family Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Apparently, since my husband's military orders were, DC weView more family law questions
Hi again,Apparently, since my husband's military orders were for Washington, DC we can file for divorce there even though we aren't residents. Can the separation requirement be met if we are living at the same address even though we no longer sleep in the same room? Also, if that is the case, what kind of proof is necessary that we are not sleeping in the same room? Thanks in advance!