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I received a subpoena duces tecum demanding a lot of

I received a subpoena duces tecum demanding a lot of documents, do I have to provide all of them?

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In my prenup it states "This agreement will terminate when

In my prenup it states "This agreement will terminate when the marriage terminates, whether by divorce, annulment or death or the 16th anniversary of the marriage, whichever comes first; provided that such termination will have no effect upon any of the relative rights;, duties or obligations of the parties which shall have arisen under this agreement at or prior to the time of such termination. such termination shall not have any impact upon the terms and provisions of this agreement which are (i) continuing in nature(ii) necessary to ensure the integrity of this agreement or (iii) necessary to carry out the intentions of this agreement; provided, however all real property then owned by either of the parties together with the contents of all such real property and any vehicles owned shall be converted from separate to community property on the 16th anniversary date of the marriage.The entire prenup is about separate property, and it pretty ironclad. However my concern is what exactly happens on this 16th aniv. Do our bank accounts and my monies become community property, or only real property + cars? My concern is protecting my savings and retirement accounts, much of which I had prior to marriage but are protected in the prenup itself.

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I've been married 16 years but separated for 8 years.

I've been married 16 years but separated for 8 years. Husband retired. Can I get part of his retirement?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: IllinoisJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: Somewhat. He said that I could but would have to figure the amount I would getJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I was wondering if this is something I could do or would it be best for mediation? Not sure which way to go with this.

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In 1997 our Son was born in Colombia on the following year

In 1997 our Son was born in Colombia on the following year he, his step brother and his mother came legally into the USA later we got married but we could not get alone and on one day after work I came back home and no one was in it and on the following day my wife called me, told me where she was the women in distress shelter wanting money for our son's milk which right away I drove to the shelter got her out to an store bought what she needed and then we kept on the phone talking she told me that she had a job; then that she had to leave. Couple days later that she met the man of her dreams that she needed her personal items she still had in our apartment, at Coral Springs Fl. that she was going to live with him at Coconut Creek, Fl. In a trailer Court. where her new friend was living and working at. I took her personal items to her to the publix on Hillsborogh Blvd and after this I stop knowing about her and or my Son. A year went by, so I though I'm gonna look for them in Coconut Creek, fl. into a Trailer Court and after several hours at 6800 N.W. 39th Ave Luckily I found them I was told what was their trailer home and I drove there I saw my son I run up to him to say hello; later she came out; her new friend told me that I should be careful with the boy; When i saw my Son's mother I asked her why she hided my son from me it was no answer by this time I had desired to divorce her and with her home address on the following day I drove to the BCCH and being in line at the second floor all of a sudden I saw my son with his mother I guess after I found them; her new friend Leopoldo leon though in placing a Restraining Order for sure it was his idea because my Wife's time in this Country was very short for her to know about a Restraining Order. it was Sept 04th 2001. Later the divorce came by with Judge Korda by then I did not know what a rest ord would be and I did not mention such order to the judge. On following occasions that I went for my son for visitation her new friend whom is a pain left on many of my visitation days with my son I lost contact time with my son and because I crossed the Rest distance, I did not give any trouble what so ever but this smart man called the Coconut Creek, fl Police on me and I was arrested in 3 occasions this marked my name and on December 2006 was the last time i worked in my life, after this no one would hire me, my name was mark.Also because the Rest Ord. the contact with my son was minimum and her new relation with this Mr Leopoldo leon did not allow her to give the proper care to our son and he became a school failure got into illegal drugs and my son became a boom. Later she separated from Mr. Leon moved to another trailer home she did not tell me nothing , At this man's home fka Esperanza Parra place my toddler son to sleep with his step brother, whom was getting into bed naked and raped my Son. The DCF reported such act but that was all To the fourth district court of appeals I took a 265 pages case to dissolve the rest ord they did not dissolve the order for me in there i have all kind of documentsI got to know about my son very little, she never told me in what school she place him at, never told me about his school grades NOTHING!!For Oct 25 I got me a hearing to dissolve the Rest ord.You Just answer told me that after I dissolve the rest Ord I can suit her.My question now is:For what should I suit fka Esperanza Parra after the Rest Ord get dissolve?I really hope this time you guys get my written statement.Sincerelly,Fernando Parra.

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I have a divorce decree in Pennsylvania. I recently

I have a divorce decree in Pennsylvania. I recently attempted to register to get remarried in Ireland. The civil servant reviewing the case indicated I could not get remarried till I had a final divorce decree. The divorce decree I have, issued in the court of common pleas of Allegheny county is, I believe, final in that it my ex wife and I are divorced it reads:Decree in divorce, the date, the court having received this case, Agreement incorporated but not merged in this decree.Any existing spousal support order shall hereafter be deemed an order for alimony Pendente Lite if any economic claims remain pending and it si decreed that the Plaintiff Robert McDunn (me) is divorced and separated from the bonds of matrimony between himself and the defendant. The court hereby retains jurisdiction of any claims raised by this action for which a final order has not been entered.I need to understand if first, the decree is final and allows me to get remarried in Pennsylvania, and second, how to document this fact for the Irish civil service to provide proof of my ability to marry.

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I just found all this out last night from my husband of one

I just found all this out last night from my husband of one year. We've been together for 5 years. 16 years ago he formed a relationship with a girl. She got pregnant. Said it wasn't his but another boyfriend she had. The other man signed the birth certificate and moved to Alaska. My husband stayed with her for 4 more years. He payed all bills including the child's medical. At this time she was going through the state to get child support from Alaska guy. His payments came sometimes, most the time not. When my husband left, he continued to pay her bills. He said he felt bad for her. When the boy was 13, she tells my husband he is the father. They take a Dna test through her sister who works in the health field in Arizona. Him and I get married in September of 2015. He quit paying her bills after we we'd. In May of 2016, she tells him the Dna test, they took two years ago says he's the father. He starts paying her bills again. But last month she had to go to court for being a negligent parent and told the judge the Alaska guy is the father. This all sounds really shady to me. She's getting child support from two men for the same child. I've told my husband to get a second opinion from his choice of Dna testing but he won't listen to me. Is her actions legal? Can I force a Dna test? If he's the father that's fine but she's conning one of these men. Thank you.

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If spouse takes kid to another state I got orders to return

If spouse takes kid to another state I got orders to return kids recently to pa from Texas that was lomg job .Now how dues a video of sex play enter in to a custody if was only adults and no kids involved .Just looks bad I guess how dies that effect a custody when both parent has had play with others adults nothing with and kids or in from of kidsShe ran off claiming abuse was none was excuse can prove that all made up Texas judge threw car out back to pa .My question is she illegally took them away first claimed was to a wedding Then never returned now orders are to return .She got some how a video of me with others after she left here in mayI didn't admit or deny thatWas no kids away from hereI got videos of her pictures from her cell phone of her into sex talk.meet boyfriends etcSo how would u guess this ends up ?On custody part now she had them 4 months out fear into them she us abuse in she hits them in the face but they scared to tellAdvice ? And who would win custody ? Her victim routine is baselessNo.police reports or violence record at all on meOr her just a guess thank you

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Is it true According to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service),

Is it true According to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service), the term “qualified disclaimer” means an irrevocable and unqualified refusal by a person to accept an interest in property that they have inherit from any trust or will?

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My son is almost 14 and he wants to spend more time with me

My son is almost 14 and he wants to spend more time with me than his father. He wants to know at what age Colorado law allows him to decide.

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