Need lawyer that understands the law regarding "domestic
Need lawyer that understands the law regarding "domestic situations", addiction intervention options, incapacity isosues, parental rights regaeding their adult children who are 20-40% dependent financially, hearsay "he said she said", cease and desisist, no trsspassing, restraining orders, property rights, public access rights, addiction potential, texts influence in a court of law and the "Stolkhome Syndrome as well as family matters and of course criminal and civil law related to the above.If you could be this "superhero" please....(North Dakota).I don't intend to offer names, location or such. Confidential inquiry.Thanks.
My husband is ready to retire after working 38 years, he has
My husband is ready to retire after working 38 years, he has health issues (diabetes and asbestos) working for an electric company. He is only 59 years old, he is also applying for disability after he retires, We are going to live on a RV in the west coast, searching for warmer climates, since we are both from NY. He was married for 24 years and been paying maintenance for her for the last 7 years he has 3 more to go. Now she will be receiving part of his pension. He is to tired of paying her and wants to stop once we are in the road. He is certainly not be making lots of money. We have to choose a state of residency we are thinking AZ. Can she come after him? are the courts in AZ or Texas. Are those state courts work closely with NY state courts? There is no child support, children are grown. He may want to make up the difference, if she gets the pension lets say 850 a month, he could add 850 to make it to 1500 monthly support. Or he even thought about offering 25K cash to renounce the rest of the maintenance due to her. Since it will be tax free,she might or might not agree. Or we can just move out of the country? 10 years of maintenance is a long time. ( I only got 2 years and I also resided in NY). Any suggestions, what can he do to avoid jail? for non paying maintenance. We will not own property except the RV we live on. She already was given part of his 401K when he divorced. Can they garnish his pension? Thank you in advance.
I have already filed the petition for divorce (9/9) and have
I have already filed the petition for divorce (9/9) and have a court date for the decree to be issued (non contested, one minor child). My question is I would like to change my mind and have my maiden name back. How do I get that changed if the paperwork is already submitted where I chose to keep the married last name?
I filed for divorce years ago, he was not responding or was
I filed for divorce years ago, he was not responding or was unreachable during that time. He has finally made contact. Do I need to refile?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: I am in California filed in California as wellJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: No, when filling out paperwork I was assisted and listed the attorney as "In Per Pro"JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I believe that is all
My same sex wife purchased a home after out marriage &
My same sex wife purchased a home after out marriage & signed as "a single woman" which she was not. Now we're facing a divorce. I had left my home & all of our possessions & furniture because she wanted to keep her own or we purchased new. Now, 9 months later after losing everything, we're divorcing. Am I entitled to anything?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: UtahJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: The person I married was my children's therapist for several years. I was very sick, had several surgeries, was on a picc line & many medications. As a "therapist" she began hanging around our house during non-therapeutic times. She invited herself for thanksgiving & our family couldn't understand why she was always showing up at our house. On thanksgiving evening, she told me she was in live with me. SHOCK!! She pursued a relationship with me even tho she continued to see my children as a therapist for a month afterward. She informed me she was leaving her husband because she had to be with me. She wanted to adopt my 5 children. She sold her house & moved into mine. We were married as soon as her expedited divorce was final. She's been able to get 3 expedited divorces because she lies about why she needs them & is friends with the commissioner. We were married on January 9th. Bathe purchased a home for our large family in mid February but signed the papers as an "unmarried woman". My children & I had to move from our home, leave behind ALL of our possessions, furniture, beds, ect.. Now she wants a divorce & my 5!children are penniless & have no where to go. Do I have any rights?
I have a qdro and was divorced in 1998. I have no idea where
I have a qdro and was divorced in 1998. I have no idea where my ex at this time. His lawyer went to my prior employment and asked about the qdro and he never submitted paperwork to have his client receive his funds. He did this years ago and has done nothing since then I am now 65 and this employment with this company was during this time frame. I received my first ck on 9/1/2016 how long does my ex have to make him still eligible for his portion of my retirement. I have put his portion(which is half of my retirement) 147.25 into a savings account
My divorce court agreement says I must pay alimony until I
My divorce court agreement says I must pay alimony until I retire. When I was 62 I was laid off my job and it took 9 months to find a job. i retired at 66. Six years after losing the job (I am now 68) my ex-wife says I owe her alimony for the time I was out of work. Is that true?
California law. Bought home in Dec. 2012 (mortgage). Got
California law. Bought home in Dec. 2012 (mortgage). Got married on Oct. 2013. Separated on Feb 2015, she went up north with family. I was helping her make ends meet each month. She came back to live with me on August 2016. Bad Idea. I was thinking of fixing her immigration papers (I figure I want her to work), and then maybe filing for divorce, but I want to know exposure.I make decent money. Bi weekly I bring home about $2350 net after deductions (taxes, medical insurance for the family, 401K that just started).I know I made a mistake by bringing her back, but I figure since she is here I might help her out. But I want to know exposure. My main concern is:1) Can I keep my house?2) Temporary spousal support while we are going through divorce (I don't think I can afford it).3) Alimony?She has a kid. It is not mine. (The kid was already born by the time we got married).