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I have A QUESTION ABOUT CHILD SUPPORT IN HAWAII. I NEED A

I have A QUESTION ABOUT CHILD SUPPORT IN HAWAII. I NEED A LAWYER WITH KNOWLEDGE OF HAWAII FAMILY AND DIVORCE LAW.

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What constitutes abandonment of marriage in the Commonwealth

What constitutes abandonment of marriage in the Commonwealth of Virginia? Is there a time period? If one spouse takes off with the a vehicle belonging legally to the remaining spouse, is this actionable?

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It will take a minute to write it, I have question for

it will take a minute to write itJA: Since estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: I have question for divorce law in texasJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Yes, I have mediation tomorrowJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I want to know if my husband was given the house we lived in but he said in a letter it was my house do, can I use this as leverage that I could maybe get half of it

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State Divorce Law. Can I initiate mediation of a divorce

Washington State Divorce Law. Can I initiate mediation of a divorce where I filed and she responded and we disagree?

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Me again, I have a question about divorce law. My husband

For Doug: Me again, I have a question about divorce law. My husband committed credit card fraud for numerous cards in my social security without my knowledge or consent. If I report him, he may end up in prison because the total debt is around $20.000. How would I still receive child support and possibly alimony? I am in Maryland.Further, will our assets still be divided properly?Thank you!

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In the State of Georgia, is the Petitioner (wife) entitled

In the State of Georgia, is the Petitioner (wife) entitled to a portion of assets (i.e., stocks, investments, real estate) acquired by the Respondent (husband) during the course of a 17 year marriage?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: GeorgiaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: My daughter, who resides in Georgia, has filed for divorce. I live in Illinois; therefore, my knowledge of Illinois divorce laws does not help me understand her rights in the State of Georgia.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Not at this time.

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I was hoping to get a bit of clarification on divorce laws

I was hoping to get a bit of clarification on divorce laws in West Virginia. My daughter and her husband were married in the state of Georgia but soon after moved to West Virginia. Its been one year and they are now separated and she has moved back home to Indiana with my husband and I. She has been here for 3 months and wishes to file for a divorce but we are being told that it can be difficult to get a divorce from someone who lives in West Virginia....Is this true?

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My wife and I do not sleep in the same bed, and haven't for

My wife and I do not sleep in the same bed, and haven't for approximately three years. She has allowed me to have sexual intercorse two times in 2016. May 15,2016 and Jan.25,2016. in 2015 we had sex three times. 10 times in 2014, 10 times in 2013, 11 times in 2012. I have it documented and marked on these year calenders. I and married but do not have a wife in the fullest intent. I'm 72 years old, have had prostate cancer surgery. I have ED and have to take Viagra or Cialis to get an erection..Viagra and Cialis cost between $40 & $45 a tablet. I'm in pretty good health for a 72 year old. I have needs and desires for an intimate, loving, buggy, touchy feely relation with my wife. I've asked, pleaded, begged. As to go to counseling, she refuses. I do not and will not continue this marriage without a wife. I'm a boarder in out home. Im very despondent and depressed. My life expectancy is 15 more years. I'd like it in a loving caring relation. I can and won't continue like this. I do not know wether to just walk out and leave or just file for a separation or divorce.i think my situation comes under Constructive Abandonment, I'm not sure. Thanks for any and all advise you can offer. It's 1:10am and I'm up can't sleep with this stressful situation. Sincerely KennethJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: South CarolinaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not lately, a couple years ago when establishing a will I mentioned in brief. It's my second marriage and her 3 rdJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: She's mentioned in the past that her father left her mother, and she didn't blame him because she was a very cold woman. My wife has become her mother in my opinion. I know a lot of senior couples who are touchy feeling,hold hands, but one another, etc. And yes even had sex. This is Christmas time of year and I can't wait till it's over. I'm depressed beyond belief at this time, to the point of giving up on this life on earth. Thanks

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Kentucky divorce law child support question please. May a

Kentucky divorce law child support question please. May a woman of her own accord forfeit child support payment from her spouse?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: KentuckyJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No.

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