I filed an uncontested divorce and all documents were signed
I filed an uncontested divorce and all documents were signed by me and my husband prior to filling them at the courthouse. The only document that could not be submitted was the Entry of Appearance and Waiver of Service. I need this document before I can go to court and finish the divorce process. He is now overseas and refuses to sign that document. What can I do?
My husband and I divorced in 2014 in Colorado. We agreed in
My husband and I divorced in 2014 in Colorado. We agreed in our divorce that if I ever needed to relocate with the children, that it would be OK. And that was a provision outlined in the divorce decree (including visitation details) and approved by the judge.I also retained full physical custody in the divorce.I am now looking at relocating from Colorado to Utah and would like to know the proper way to make sure that he is notified and to make sure that I don't need to do any additional steps through the courts.I am wanting to relocate with the children in order to be closer to family, the schools will be comparable, and I am also concerned with the high juvenile suicide rate in Colorado Springs.Their father lives two hours away from us and is struggling with employment in the area and has also indicated he is doing a national search for employment and there's no guarantee that he will stay in the state either.
I am assisting a friend in a divorce proceeding in the state
I am assisting a friend in a divorce proceeding in the state of New Jersey. We have a final marital settlement agreement, but are questioning the advice on a number of points. I would like to post the agreement and have it reviewed with any concerns itemized. The actual dollar amount for the alimony, child support, and equitable distribution is not under question, nor does this include any review of other information -- purely an analysis of the clauses of the agreement and if any changes should be made in the concepts, or if anything is outright missing.
In lieu of collecting rent she would assume financial
In lieu of collecting rent she would assume financial responsibility for taxes and property maintenance and repairs. This has been the practice for past several years since he assumed ownership of the property. She paid all these bills. Also three more questions (I know if you had a nickel for everytime you heard that expression.) She needs hearing assistance can, it's Christmas and she always gave cash to her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and the auto repair costs can we use her checking account for these items or are they also prohibited. I appreciate you this is a wonderful service you provide.
I filed a motion which was denied because sufficient
I filed a motion which was denied because sufficient evidence was not provided. I would like to file another pro se motion for the same thing and have a couple of questions.1. When filing a second motion.... should you mention that it is the second and why you lost the first?2. If the opposing party listed numerous reasons that they should prevail in the first motion... should I address those?3. Is there any case or example where the amount of job search for a change of circ. is quantified in order to show a bona fide attempt at re-employment?4. How should the format of the job search be presented?
Connecticut Family Law question (I would prefer a CT Family
Connecticut Family Law question (I would prefer a CT Family Lawyer to respond, if possible):In a divorce case with my wife in CT, we have agreed to try to settle without trial but I have a disagreement with her about the implications of our pre-nuptial in terms of division of the properties we acquired separaely during the marriage. Therefore, after having consulted and done some research, I would like to file a request for Declaratory Judgment with my answers and move for Summary Judgment thereafter to find an agreement while we are in conciliation. I would like confirmation that this scenario is technically possible, in order to avoid to wait for the Trial Hearing to figure out how to split our properties amicably ?
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Son turned 18. My ex filed motion to terminate child support
My son just turned 18 and my ex has filed a motion to terminate child support. Son is living with me and, though he is not handicapped, he has been hospitalized for depression and substance abuse recently and will continue to need our support until he can get his life going in the right direction. What should I do?This is in the state of Virginia.I've been ordered to appear on this matter on Oct 11th - a date when my ex knew I am going to be out of town.