I am separated but my ex husband to be is living in the
Hi I am separated but my ex husband to be is living in the house and is not paying the mortgage, how can I protect my self of this situation?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: AlbertaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I talked to a divorce lawer and was gattering the documents require for divorce, but this is a whole new situation the mortgage company gave us a final demandJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
My husband and I live in California. At what point in the
My husband and I live in California. At what point in the legal separation process are you officially and seriously considered separated? He filed for a divorce (and I have been served), obtained a new apartment for himself, taken me off all insurance policies and other things and not tell me? All of a sudden he has moved out and stopped paying bills which have arrived in the mail and are due and has also taken me from his insurance. Isn't he still responsible for the same bills at this point in time under our circumstances at present?
FOR LUCY ONLY You can make a courtesy answer to put this
FOR LUCY ONLYYou can make a courtesy answer to put this question on hold until tomorrow.Looking at the best procedural vehicle to address this fraudulent transfer, what is typically a better choice for litigants:a. to file a counterclaim for fraudulent transfer with their answers and cross-claim, and possibly call the other interested parties into the actionb. to file a motion to strike the Affidavit requesting sanctions ?c. more generally how do litigants typically acquire the cause of action to file the claim of fraudulent transfer ?
FOR LUCY ONLY Lucy, My wife has quitclaimed 3 properties
FOR LUCY ONLYHi Lucy,My wife has quitclaimed 3 properties acquired during our marriage to an LLC of which she also declares she owns no share (0% interest). There has been no money transfer for this transaction but the net value of the assets is declared as negative so I don't want to debate that point. I don't want to debate that the quitclaims are fraudulent transfers of marital assets. My point is that this is a fraudulent transfer because my wife alleges that she has zero percent of interest in the LLC and therefore it is depriving me of any rights on these properties, because there is massive evidence that she controls the LLC. Would such argument typically be sustained in Court and what procedural vehicle would litigants use generally ?The point is the emergency too, as I always believe the appearances, that she controls 100% of the LLC, and now this is comes on me unexpectedly. The court has issued an order of conciliation upon my request and I want to go to conciliation on solid grounds, so that we can find an agreement to split our properties. Thank you.
I filed a civil lawsuit against my wife (I suppose in the
I filed a civil lawsuit against my wife (I suppose in the process of becoming "ex-wife") and there is also a current divorce family case. Her council is threatening to file a motion to merge the civil case into family case. The following is an excerpt from her council:"The new civil matter that he file should be handled by the family law court, as the entire issue is that he is claiming she breached her fiduciary duty to hom. All Star Technology is a community asset, so his entire claims should be handled in the family law matter.Therefore, I am in the process of filing a motion to consolidate the two cases into the family law matter, as it would be best for the parties as well as judicial resources for it to be heard in one case."Issue I see is there are other defendants on the civil matter, do they also get dragged into the family case if the motion was to be filed? Do I have an option to counter the motion? If so, on what basis?
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.