NYS Divorced Filed by husband in April 2001. Met with Court
NYS Divorced Filed by husband in April 2001. Met with Court Rep who said to go sell the house, divide up marital assets and come back with an agreement but Husband had to pay separate maintenance of $200/week until divorce was finalized and continue to provide health insurance. Wife had a stroke December of 2001 48 prior to appnt for signing final paperwork. Wife now says attorney advised her not to agree to divorce, She would not agree to a legal separation and divorce action should be cancelled. They have lived completely separate lived for 15 yrs. Wife has bought and sold one property and now owns her current home. She also filed for bankruptcy in 2013 which did not affect the husband in any way he was not even told about it. Husband purchased his own home and has owned it for 13 yrs. There are no children involved as their child was 21 and independent at the time of separation. Husband still pays maintenance and health coverage under the original judgement (for the last 15 yrs.) Now he wants to retire and wife will not sign Union's paperwork for that. Husband wants to know if his retirement and annuity value, as far as marital property is concerned, stopped at the point of the judgement for maintenance.Married in 1977 but began living separately in 2001.
I live in Missouri and am about to move to Illinois for a
I live in Missouri and am about to move to Illinois for a job change. I separated from my wife on July 3, 2016 - the house is in her name and we have no children. Am I legally obligated to pay her support - she isn't working - while we are separated?
I have income from the sale of joint marital property in
I have income from the sale of joint marital property in Florida in a Florida joint marital account that was seized. My wife does not have any debts. The property was in our name for at least two years, and the amount of money has been in the account for a while. How can i get this money back?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet? We have a 30 day refund policy so you can simply email***@******.*** and they will try to fix your problem or refund your money.Customer: no I have not talked to a lawyer....this just happened today.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: weltman weinberg and reis....the lawyer is a commercial claims specialist
Im just trying to figure out what happens next...my wife
im just trying to figure out what happens next...my wife filed a petition...i answered it.. now what happensJA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: FlaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no Im 70 and brokeJA: 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 Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
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