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I need to be rally clear. My husband and I are in Maryland,
I need to be rally clear. My husband and I are in Maryland, living in our home. I am filing for a no contest divorce. It is simple as we gave no debt, nobchildren, easy division of property. He will consent to sign the settlement papers. I will file them in couple ofcweeks. Now we wait for a court date. Right so far? Also, I am told that MD now allows cohabitation with no waiting. So he can stay here until all is finalized right?
My husband and I may be parting our ways. We would be moving
My husband and I may be parting our ways. We would be moving to seperate states. We are selling our house which was purchased with my inheritance. He doesn't wish to split our assets, as they were mine before we married. I will not ask any alimony either. So, before we go to our seperate states, what paperwork statement might make this agreement clear...maybe also to have a start date for legal seperation . I know I will probably need to wait one year to establish my residency in my new state before filing for divorce. We will be on seperate coasts. How do I proceed most wisely.
I used my money wedding and some of our down payment to buy
I used my money for our wedding and for the some of our down payment to buy our house. This money was I made before we married and now, we are getting divorce, so can I ask him to pay me back the half of the money that I spent for our wedding and down payment?
In 2004 the Arizona court ruled that my husband's Mexican
In 2004 the Arizona court ruled that my husband's Mexican divorce from 1995 was legal and also Ordered that all other issues for the divorce could be settled in California.I recently filed in Arizona to overturn that 2004 ruling because I had proof from the Mexican Courts that the divorce was a fraud. My lawyer thinks that I cannot win because of Res Judicata.My question is: If I allow the lawyers to dismiss this new AZ suit "WITH PREJUDICE", will I still be able to sue for property settlement in California, as the original AZ ruling said?A second question background: I did not know anything about the Mexican divorce till the year 2000 when my husband filed in AZ for them to accept his Mexican divorce. The court did not do anything until 2004 when they approved it. In late 2005, the Mexican court authorities sent me proof that his Mexican divorce was a fraud.My question is: if I file for a property settlement in California, which year do they use as the end of my marriage: 1995, 2000, or 2004?
My real estate was placed in an irrevocable trust in 2007. :
My real estate was placed in an irrevocable trust in 2007.JA: OK. The Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: My husband and I are benificaries to the trust, meaning we have the right to live in the house, pay the bills, upkeep, repairs. Etc, and collect the rent that a mother in law apartment( in the house , ) provides.JA: Is there anything else important you think the Lawyer should know?Customer: We are now in a divorce. His lawyer is trying to get the trust broken, and get some money from the real estate.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 Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.Customer: I have a degenerative disability.
My bank account has been sub-poenaed (records only) by a
My bank account has been sub-poenaed for deposition (records only) by a firm regarding a divorce case involving my daughter because her name was on, but recently removed, from my personal checking and savings account though she doesn't contribute to those accounts - name added in the event of my inability to pay bills because of illness and/or death.The sub-poena was addressed to the bank back in Oct, 2015 and they sent me a copy of the sub-poena for my reference at that time. I personally have not been served a sub-poena; however, because my bank accounts were sub-poenaed, does it become part of the divorce proceedings and can my monies (quite minimal) be used to pay for whatever monetary issues are part of the divorce? I live in the state of Illinois.Chris Gelhard
I want to start a separation with my husband but DK where to
I want to start a separation with my husband but DK where to start.I've been married for 20 years.All this time I was mentally and emotionally abused (but never physically).He is a text book cace of narcissistic personality disorder. Last Fiday we had an episode when he became somewhat violent and destructive: he smashed the television set,my computer,my cell phone,destroyed few more thing in the house.I was not in the house when it happened,but my kids,17 and 13 where.They called me and I came home immediately.Then we called police.Two officers came,talked to him,then told me and my daughter,that since he wasn't assaulting us physically,they couldn't do anything.The situation is complicated by the fact that he is physically sick,he is lungs and kidney transplant patient,his liver is malfunctioning,and he is constantly in and out of the hospital.I am totally financially dependant on his income (disability).During the years I had some employment episodes,but every time was forced to quit due to his health condition:he needed me to take care of him.So since last Friday we practically didn't talk ,we remain in the same house,but in different parts of it.I am afraid to talk to him about separation,because I DK what his reaction would be. What can I bring to the conversation as an argument for amicable separation? Do I and kids have a right to stay in the house,which is on his name,and insist on HIM to move out?Will he be obliged by law to pay me alimony/child support out of his disability? I am totally lost and horrified,but I can't continue this relationship,I am on the breakdown point. Please help me with an advice!Thank you very much!
Good Morning, my name is ***** *****. My husband and I liveView more legal questions
Good Morning, my name is ***** *****. My husband and I live together in the same household, he claims that he is done with the marriage. We purchased our home 10 yrs ago. How can I protect myself from any wrong doing on his behalf.