I have just been granted a Protective order against my
I have just been granted a Protective order against my husband. He is mentally ill and very unstable. I need to protect my child and wish to file for divorce here in MD. Is there any way we can speed up the process for our own protection and bypass the separation law in this state?
Can I contest a no-fault divorce that my wife filed for
Can I contest a no-fault divorce that my wife filed for based on the fact that I still love her and think the marriage can be fixed?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Only got a consultation.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I don't know. I know she filed it as that personality differences made the marriage irreconcilable
I'm in the state of MS, if my spouse left over 6 years ago
I'm in the state of MS, if my spouse left over 6 years ago is it best for me to file abandonment or no fault? I was informed that if I file abandonment when the judge ask if I'd accept my spouse back I must say yes but at this point I think the spouse would want me back now that I've moved forward with my life but I don't want my spouse back for sure. Do you think the process could be long and drawn out since such long separation?
My husband owns a condo and townhouse in Surfside Beach
My husband owns a condo and townhouse in Surfside Beach bought prior to our marriage. We have been married 7 weeks. He left a few days ago and went to the condo leaving me in the townhouse. He assaulted me and has to go to court this month. He has threatened to cancel my insurance. He also says he is selling the townhouse. He is retired with a monthly income that is triple mine. Am I entitled to alimony and can ge evict me before the divorce?JA: 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: No, but plan to. JIM says he is going to make sure I get nothingJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: He is bipolar and off medications. Big argument was because I found a text he wrote asking a former girlfriend to come visit or live with us for the purpose of all 3 of us sleeping together. This is not the first time he has tried this
I live in Louisiana and am currently still living in the
I live in Louisiana and am currently still living in the same home as my wife. She has contacted an attorney and is trying to file for divorce based on adultery. First of all, how can she file for divorce if we are still living together? Also, she's left our home several times for days at a time with no contact with me saying she wanted divorce. So yes, I did have a brief fling with another woman. I admitted it to my wife & she came back home & reconciled. So how can she file on grounds of adultery now?
I have recently left my husband after several years of
I have recently left my husband after several years of waiting for things to improve. My husband has left the marriage emotionally and is instead verbally abusive, insulting, manipulative, unfaithful, a pathological liar and has an addiction to porn that has destroyed our sex life. He has not been willing to put forth any effort to help things get better or to change any of his behaviors. I want a divorce. He will not but that is only because he doesn't want to lose anything or have to spend any money. I cannot prove any of the allegations above in a court of law. Is there a particular ground I could use in a "fault" divorce based on why I initiated this separation?
I'm married with two children, 18 & 16 yrs old. Soon to be
I'm married with two children, 18 & 16 yrs old. Soon to be 19 & 17. My wife has been lying to me about her whereabouts for several months and I'm pretty sure she's having an affair. I'll have concrete proof in about a month. My questions are all based on if I have proof she committed adultery.1. Can I legally get her to move out of the house? The house is in both our names.2. Will I have to pay any alimony?3. Can I sue?Thank you
My husband has left our home. I believe he will establish
My husband has left our home. I believe he will establish himself in his home state. The state we currently live in requires 1 year seperation before I can file divorce. He will agree to a settlement uncontested, as we have had that conversation. ..and the division line of who gets what...clear. no children, no debt. What can I do now to make this settlement simpler when the time comes. Is there any paperwork he can sign now, if I can get to him? If he isn't around and has left the state already, how do I serve him divorce papers in a year? Also, I may be moving to CA. I believe I would have to establish residency there for one year before I could begin divorce proceedings? If I move to PA...which is where he will be, can I get divorced sooner? I think there law is 6 months. Thank uou