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In Lancaster county pa, in a no fault divorce proceeding
In Lancaster county pa, in a no fault divorce proceeding where my husband files for divorce, we own a business we founded together 25 years ago, 49% of shares are mine, 51% are hisHe has a salary from the business, for the past 12 years I do not, am a stay at home momIs it fair for me to suggest he buys me out of my 49% at fair market value as if anyone outside was buying the shares?As opposed to his proposal which is a low valuation from a valuator hired by his divorce attorneyMy husband has agreed that if we were to out the business up for sale we could reasonably expect a higher value than one based on divorce equitable asset division principlesWe agree on all other division of marital assets, can I suggest the business can be treated separately as if I were selling to him?Which I am actually.
Can I contest a no-fault divorce that my wife filed for
Can I contest a no-fault divorce that my wife filed for based on the fact that I still love her and think the marriage can be fixed?JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Only got a consultation.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I don't know. I know she filed it as that personality differences made the marriage irreconcilable
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?
SC no fault divorce in progress. Would the court consider
SC no fault divorce in progress. Would the court consider the financial help I have given my spouses children. $6,000 gift to one for house down payment. Had to pay $10,000 for car I co signed for but wasn't being repaid.
Can i file uncontested divorce (we have a postnuptial
Can i file uncontested divorce (we have a postnuptial agreement) even though i have no address to send the notice?? Does uncontested automatically mean no fault? In other words - cant i make fault grounds and apply uncontested then do newspaper publication?
I am recently divorced. My wife cheated on me with another
I am recently divorced. My wife cheated on me with another man. I have several witnesses that have seen their 'carrying on' over the course of several years. Do I have any recourse in suing the boyfriend for damages in Tennessee, since the law doesn't allow suing for alienation of affection in Tennessee? She received a sizable portion of my 401K and my pension from the finalization of the divorce. Since she is the one that cheated, I feel at least one of them should pay for my pain and anguish. If I can't go after her, can I sue him with any certainty of garnering damages. He also cheated on his wife to be with her. They (his wife) were divorced in 2013.
My husband has committed adultery with a co-worker as a
My husband has committed adultery with a co-workeras a change in behaviour I investigated and he denied and is now sending me divorce papers from Boston Massachusettswe live separately our daughter lives with meWe have only been separated because he was deported from Australia for overstaying his visa which his ban is over now he able to visit Australia
I am planning to divorce in Ohio with do it yourself papersView more family law questions
I am planning to divorce in Ohio with do it yourself papers as husband and I are able to agree on all issues, I don't want to ask for child support at this time so husband can get reestablished. However, with three young children I want to revisit this issue in a year. How difficult will it be to do this, I want to befair but don't want to jeopardize children's future by making a bad decision now.Would I need an attorney in a year or could I place a petition with family court or something. I am a professional working mom but have more debt than assets. Also, is it possible to get a no fault divorce in Ohio or only a no fault dissolution.