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I live in PA. i'm in process of divorce and preparing
i live in PA. i'm in process of divorce and preparing interrogatories documents for my wife attorney. i was married in 02/12/2011. my wife asked me to move out from joint bedroom on 05/31/2016 and i did. we did not have sexual relationships since Feb 2016 but lived in joint bedroom till 05/31/2016. I received divorce complaint letter on 07/08/2016.Question 1: Which separation date can claim in court: Feb, May or July 2016?Question 2: Till which date i need to provide bank statements etc - till Separation date or divorce letter date?
I live in pa. my wife filed divorce and i received
i live in pa. my wife filed divorce and i received interrogatories letter from her. we have 40000$ on savings account under my name with her name. i'm self-employed and have LLC. for 2016 i will have to file estimate tax payments - around 20000$. Can i pay these tax estimates now using saving account? will these tax money be subject of division during divorce or it can be excluded from marital assets?
My estranged wife filled. Her reasons were mental cruelty,
My estranged wife filled for divorced. Her reasons were mental cruelty, infidelity and abandonment. All rubbish. I have 60 days to answers. Can I request her proof before trial. Reason being is that she has non and I will ask for it to be dismissed and I enter my police charges and medical records for her physical abuse.1. Do I refile?2. Can I request she submit her evidence before my response?Please advise
I was rear-end by the defendants, insurance company, insured
I was rear-end by the defendants, insurance company, insured client, the client claim there was a 3rd driver which I never saw and the client did not call for a police officer to submit a hit and run nor to my knowledge file a claim afterwards. I have filed a small claim case against the insurance company now, can I sent the interrogatories to them and for most of the answer, they state: "Defendant further objects as responses to the above request are cumulativeand obtainable from a more convenient source. TRCP 192.4"JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: texasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: yeah, but they would not take the case even though they know they can win the case, their fee would be amount the settlement, 4-$6,000JA: What advice did they give you?Customer: they said to file a small claims against the driver, but I filed it directly with the insurance company since the driver admitted to hitting me and only defense he and insurance company has is an imaginary 3rd driverJA: OK. The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this.Customer: can I pay for strategy advice? A lawyer whom help my family with real estate law told me that the insurance is liable no matter there was a 3rd driver or notJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: the trial date was set for August 8, but I file a motion for continuance which the judge granted and American Casualty company, the defendant, has hired an attorney to represent them in court which will be a jury trial.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Family Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
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Under FL Civil law, discovery, Request upon a defendant
Under FL Civil law, discovery, Request for Admissions upon a defendant corporation, what, if any, requirements does the corporation have to specify who the officer is that acts as the responding party to answer the Admissions for the corporation?
I'm in a process of divorce. I've been married years. We
Hi, I'm in a process of divorce. I've been married for 14 years. We have 2 kids, 14 and 7 years old. We have an issue, we disagree. We have one asset, a house. Situation looks like this. We purchased the property 11 years ago. We purchased together with his parents. Parents payed and moved in 1 year earlier, we were still trying to sell Denver house we lived in as a married couple for 4 years. Once we sold the house in Denver, a year later we paid for the house in Elbert with the money that came from selling Denver house. There are two houses on the 45 acres in Elbert Colorado. We paid 150.000 in cash, and parents in law paid same amount, 150.000. Together was 300.000. Since we could not divide this property easily, Parents in law's names are ***** ***** title, my husband and I are not on the title. We signed an agreement between each other, a contract agreement that says we own half of the property and we paid half, 150.000, then we signed both the paper. This paper is with parents in law and the copy is with husband. I do not have one. When I requested it they did not wanted to give it to me. I moved out a year ago, I'm renting now. He lives in the house with morgage free. We are in process of divorce. Went to mediation. He is saying that he does not own a house so he I do not have a right to any money from the house. My question is do I have a right as a wife for 14 years to fair amount of equity, even we are both not on the title. Also husband paid for the Elbert house with the money that came from the sold house in Denver which was bought by him before the marriage. What is my right? Is it really complicated case?
My ex has requested to see my financial information in
My ex has requested to see my financial information in preparation for the court date upcoming in october. The judge said I have 21 days and the request was entered on 5/20. I am afraid I'm late, I just got caught getting all of the information.1. I coudn't get everything my ex is asking, just the last 3 years of statements and taxes, will I get in trouble if I just send last 3 years info?2. Do I need to send a copy to the court?3. Do I send a form on top of all this documents?4. will I get in trouble for taking longer?thanks,Karen
Under FL Civil Law, can a video recording of a deposition beView more family law questions
Under FL Civil Law, can a video recording of a deposition be used in a hearing in support of a Motion To Compel, in lieu of the transcript, and if so, what is the procedure for incorporating it (if any); or is a transcript the only method the Court considers?