I have filed the first three documents with the courts in
I have filed the first three documents with the courts in Boone County Ky notorized and signed. Suppose to be mailed certified to Respondant. Clerk said to speed up process fill out this other document, Deposition of Petitioner. Checked the box that says legally separated on that document which was a mistake. So clerk is wanting proof of legal separation which there won't be because I just moved out of home and left her everything. They want proof of division of property and there is none. Also, they want child support information which I pay and we just had a court date to increase the amount. They want a legal document for the child support. I guess my question is, do I do an addendum to the Deposition of Petitioner or show proof of all these other documents they are requesting? They stamped entire document and the Respondent hadn't even signed or notarized the Deposition of Petitioner yet. The clerk says it looks like she is contesting the divorce because she didn't sign it. Thought they were mailing it to her to sign and notarize. Clerk said they were going to hold everything until it all gets corrected. What do I do now? If it's amended how do I do that?
I need advice on legal separation vs. divorce. My husband
I need advice on legal separation vs. divorce. My husband and I are married for twenty years, have no children together, have a lot of assets together. We live in California. We agreed to split everything 50/50 and no conresr.
My attorney has put incorrect answers on my legal separation
My attorney has put incorrect answers on my legal separation disclusure forms (FL-120, -140, -150, -142, etc.) such as the true date of separation; do I need to amend them, fill out new forms/file with Court OR I tell someone? I asked my attorney, what I should do, but he never answered me.So, I relieved my attorney of his duties a few days ago and told him I would handle filling out and filing the Sub. of Attorney form as he's inaccessible in addition to do not trust him, but he did it anyway, emailed me form to sign/scan back to him. I'm uneasy about signing it due to his errors on my Response and disclosure forms that I wanted to do it myself. Is there anything he could really "do" to mess those forms up? Should I just sign and scan them back to him and get it done?
In California, when filing for separation. Do I have to list
In California, when filing for separation. Do I have to list all our assets when I file or cAn I just file to start the separation?I was told by people once I file for separation then I won't be financially responsible or linked to anything he does financially after the separation date??I am asking because he is very reckless and drinks and drives and I don't want to be financially linked to him.
I was married on Feb 15, 2013 in NJ. In 2013 we gave birth
I was married on Feb 15, 2013 in NJ. In 2013 we gave birth to a son (Andrew, 4-18-13) who is now 3 1/2. We moved to Hilton Head Island, SC in July of 2013 and have lived here since. I am looking to file for divorce for irreconcilliable differences. I am curious about what the divorce laws are in South Carolina for a marriage of this length with a child.
My husband and I live in California. At what point in the
My husband and I live in California. At what point in the legal separation process are you officially and seriously considered separated? He filed for a divorce (and I have been served), obtained a new apartment for himself, taken me off all insurance policies and other things and not tell me? All of a sudden he has moved out and stopped paying bills which have arrived in the mail and are due and has also taken me from his insurance. Isn't he still responsible for the same bills at this point in time under our circumstances at present?
FOR LUCY ONLY You can make a courtesy answer to put this
FOR LUCY ONLYYou can make a courtesy answer to put this question on hold until tomorrow.Looking at the best procedural vehicle to address this fraudulent transfer, what is typically a better choice for litigants:a. to file a counterclaim for fraudulent transfer with their answers and cross-claim, and possibly call the other interested parties into the actionb. to file a motion to strike the Affidavit requesting sanctions ?c. more generally how do litigants typically acquire the cause of action to file the claim of fraudulent transfer ?
FOR LUCY ONLY NOTE: Still having the issue with the
FOR LUCY ONLYNOTE: Still having the issue with the bonusses, but I am with your support over the phone.This is a CT family law question, so you are aware of this, I'm sure. My understanding is that Cross-claim in their terminology is when the defendant spouse files a separate claim for divorce with his answers to the petition of the plaintiff, and counterclaim would be a claim of the defendant against the plaintiff in the same action.Question 1 : since I am more familiar with the FL terminology, if I file a claim for Legal Separation that would fit into a cross-claim ?Question 2 : in CT, when filing a petition for divorce, there is a return date and a Case Management Conference, then a Pre-Trial etc...Now, in my instance, I have the Case Management Conference set to October 31st, and I am asking continuance with the agreement of my opponent.My answers and cross claim are due on Nov. 3rd, because I got an extension of time.So when I file a cross claim, and more so a counterclaim for Declaratory Relief or Fraudulent transfer (???), automatically that would entail new discovery proceedings and others. Correct ?So now would there be a case management conference for the cross-claim and more so for the counter-claim ?If so, would the 2 pre-trial proceedings not be merged and the case management conference of my wife's claim (scheduled for October 31st) continued until the case management of my cross claim and counterclaim date ?
My husband idid a legal separation(i did it) Several yrs
my husband idid a legal separation(i did it) Several yrs later we went back together and remained that way until he passed away last week. are we married or what? thank you foe your helpJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: californiaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no thank you