I was divorced in 1988 and my former spouse receives about
I was divorced in 1988 and my former spouse receives about $250.00 a month. 6 months after the divorce she married my Leading Petty Officer at the time. He is now retired. Can she receive benefits from both?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: FloridaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yet, I was planning on speaking to a military family law representative at NAS Jacksonville, FloridaJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I feel she should not able to get full benefits from him and still collect from me.
Thanks for previous answers. Continuing with my ex wife's
Thanks for previous answers. Continuing with my ex wife's lawyer, being as the debt is void, I assume I don't have to list him if I file bankruptcy, unless he can use the divorce stipulation as a collection method, what's your opinion?
For a divorce that was contested in California but later the
For a divorce that was contested in California but later the parties have agreed on the terms of settlement and have signed a Marital Settlement Agreement, please advise what forms specifically need to be filed and by which party to finalize the divorce. The court website lists a number of forms but it is not entirely clear to me whether all need to be completed. Any assistance is appreciated. Thanks.
Ihave a neice who is getting alimony plus a car payment and
Ihave a neice who is getting alimony plus a car payment and insurance for the vehile. Her x-husband has filed to have that alimony stopped and get the vehicle back. They are saying that because she has a live in boyfriend that he does not have to pay the alimony any longer. Now they have a contract agreed between the both of them and signed by a judge for the alimony to be paid for three years and the car to be payed for by him and the insurance. This was not ordered by a judge, the judge just signed off on the contract can she file to have the procedure delayed because she can't afford an attorney/ Also, his attorney is also the attorney of her live in boyfriend is that a conflict of interest?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: LouisianaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: To be hones, she has no money to pay an attorney. SHe gets 41000 a month plus the car note and insurance. She is disabled and trying to get disability but not sure if tht is going to go through. She is paying rent utilities, groceries, gas and here medical bills because she has no insurance.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: We are having to do this on our own.
In Georgia, if I am divorcing my husband after 1.5 years of
In Georgia, if I am divorcing my husband after 1.5 years of marriage, thus requiring no alimony from me to him (he did not work our entire marriage by choice, just got a job in light of the divorce proceeding)...in fact he will have to pay child support for our five month old baby… What may be required of me if anything if he is unable to take care of himself on his current wages (the house will remain with me since it is in my name and I am the only person who can financially pay for the mortgage payments and need the house to raise the child)???I am trying to understand what will happen when the divorce is final in court, likely in approximately 45 days from now, and knowing that he will not have made enough money to get an apartment or really to sustain himself at all on top of having to pay child support. I am sure the courts will not allow for him to be homeless without a plan… So I'm trying to gauge what the possible scenarios would be in terms of what is likely to happen to enable the physical separation despite his low wages…?
I am assisting a friend in a divorce proceeding in the state
I am assisting a friend in a divorce proceeding in the state of New Jersey. We have a final marital settlement agreement, but are questioning the advice on a number of points. I would like to post the agreement and have it reviewed with any concerns itemized. The actual dollar amount for the alimony, child support, and equitable distribution is not under question, nor does this include any review of other information -- purely an analysis of the clauses of the agreement and if any changes should be made in the concepts, or if anything is outright missing.
When a couple divorce, sign a Marital Settlement Agreement
When a couple divorce, sign a Marital Settlement Agreement which is notarized and states he will deed to her, but never does it, she dies. The Settlement Agreement also states that this agreement shall constitute a full and present transfer of all rights designated to be transferred. Her estate attorney has prepared a deed from husband to the Estate of deceased with and states it requires no signature and attaches the Marital Settlement Agreement as the reason. Does this conform to Illinois law of the required signature or does a judge need to sign?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: IllinoisJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
In behalf of my friend,. We tried calling for lawyers who
Hi. This is Dahlia in behalf of my friend, Michael. We tried calling for lawyers who would accept cases under Family Code 2030 but unfortunately, no one would take my friend's case. Anyway, we decided to just go through the process following guidelines and asking help . Tomorrow, Michael will meet with his wife's paralegal as they will offer him a Marital Settlement Agreement. I told Michael not to sign anything but just get the settlement offered and reason out that he will think about it. Anyway, my question is, since MIchael will be in the office of the paralegal tomorrow, can he just give her (paralegal) completed FL-140, FL-142 and FL-150?...or does it have to be somebody else?
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.