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 divorced in 1996 and he and ex wife never settled
My husband divorced in 1996 and he and ex wife never settled property. Now after 20 years she wants him to sell so she can get her share. Is she too late? Is there a time limit?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CAJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yetJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: She abandoned the property and depleted bank account. He has lived on property all this time, paid off mortgage and taxes every year.
Husband just informed me that he wants a divorce and will be
Husband just informed me that he wants a divorce and will be back later with papers on how everything is going to work. We still have a child under 18 who is physically handicap, I have always been a stay at home Mom and just recently got a part time job (8 hrs a week). Need to know what I should do 1st. We live in CA and do not own any property. All accounts are in his name.
Ex husband is primary on car loan, payments are made on time
ex husband is primary on car loan, payments are made on time every month by my daughter, they did a no fault divorce she took the majority of their debt with her, he wants her to refinance and get his name off the loan, because her credit is ruined no one will refinance. He is now threatening to take the car. Does she have any recourse?
My wife and I are divorcing in California. We have no debts,
My wife and I are divorcing in California. We have no debts, no children, and no assets per se. Neither of us is disabled. The only thing that could be contested is the right to remain in the apartment we rent. It is in Los Angeles, subject to the rent control/stabilization laws of the city. Originally a lease, signed by both of us, it converted to month to month a long time ago. It gives both of us the right to live there, as long as we honor its terms. So far, we have honored the terms and we are in good standing. We have had no trouble paying the rent. Our oral agreement is that I pay the rent, and she pays the utilities. It is probably irrelevant, but she has not paid the utilities for many months. I pay them.Orally, we have agreed that I will stay in the apartment and she will find a new place. She has already moved out, is staying with her parents. She has not yet sought a new place of her own. She cannot, because she has no money.I have a steady job and she does not. She typically gets fired from her jobs because she has a drinking problem, but that is neither here nor there. It just means that, with no money and no job, she will have trouble finding a new place, and might try to move back in.I will file for divorce.This is my question: How do we make it a condition of the divorce that I will retain all the rights and responsibilities of the current rental agreement, and she will give up her rights and be relieved of the responsibility she currently has (because we are jointly and severally responsible)?
Can you please tell me what is means below: I read it on the
Can you please tell me what is means below: I read it on the docket.--------------------------------------------------------------------------Misc: Affidavit of Consent/Pltf: Misc; waiver of notice6/20 Affidavit of Consent of Plantiff filed. Affidavit of Consent of Defendant filed. Waiver of Notice of Intentions to request entry of divorce decree under S3301(C) of the divorce code of plaintiff filed.6/20 Same thing with the Defendant.6/20 Marital settlement agreement between the parties dated June 12 filed.
Mr. & Mrs. entered signed a marital settlement agreement
Mr. & Mrs. Jones entered signed a marital settlement agreement earlier in June and you were kind enough to explain it to us. Can you please tell me what this letter means?Dear Sir or Madam,I represent Mrs. Jones in the referenced support matter and Mr. Jones is unrepresented by council.Enclosed please find a copy of the parties' Marital Settlement Agreement that was executed on June 12, 2016. Pursuant to paragraph 4 of the agreement, both parties are withdrawing their respective requests for a De Novo hearing and the cases should be taken off of the courts list.In addition, Wife's support case with Domestic Relations should be closed. Mr. Jones is required to pay any and all arrears up to the date the Agreement was signed by both parties, which was June 12, 2016, but after that date the case should close and no further payments will be required by Mr. Jones.Than you for your assistance with this matter. Please confirm with my office that the De Novo hearing requests have been withdrawn. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call me.Regards,The Lawyer
Counselor at Law
I 't know why my responses are not showing up. I may take
For Doug ***I don't know why my responses are not showing up. I may take you up on the phone call but not this weekend when my husband is home. The biggest issue that my daughter and I are facing is the verbal abuse that we are subjected to on behalf of my husband. On top of that, he refuses to get a job. Just for the record, he has a doctorate in electrical engineering, has founded a start-up company, has a real estate license, has worked in corporate America as a middle-level manager in program management for 20 years and is a graphic designer, commercial photographer and videographer, but he won't get a job because he says that he is 62 years old and shouldn't have to work, so I am basically supporting the family. We are in the middle of a refinance, so I don't want to disrupt anything until that goes through before I file for divorce. Since I am pretty much of the breadwinner around here, I was told that I would have to pay my husband spousal support instead of the other way around and he is not disabled in any way. Is that true? I don't have a problem with child support, since I already pay most of my daughter's bills. The verbal abuse and severe negativity around here really has to stop, so is there any way that we can kick my husband out of the house? Also, if my husband does move out of the house and moves in with his mistress, will I still have to pay him spousal support?