Ms.. and I currently reside in Florida and had question
Hi Ms.Wilson. My name is ***** ***** I currently reside in Florida and had question regarding divorce and alimonyJA: 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: No I have notJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I was married by religious ceremony only at church about 4 years ago but did not register legally in State of Florida with marriage license
I live in Fl we have been doing this for 17 years. He told
I live in Fl we have been doing this for 17 years. He told me he want me out. I do not work . I can't work battling cancer. Can I get Palimony ?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No. I can't afford to live on my own. I am going through reconstruction surgery of my face where I had the cancer. I need a nose and maybe one operation.
My daughter lives in Utah and has had a time relationship
My daughter lives in Utah and has had a long time relationship with her boyfriend, 13 years. Seven of those years they have lived together. Everything from her view seemed wonderful lately. He's always affectionate and tells her he loves her. They travel a lot with friends and seemed to have a pretty amazing life. They work for the same company. He makes $300,000 plus a year. and she makes $30,000 a year. Two days ago he said as of that day they were no longer a couple. He was sorry but it was all a lie. He tried but he couldn't anymore. It was over. She is in shock and heartbroken of course. A few years back he provided for her in his will. They talked about growing old together. They always thought marriage would ruin everything. He gave her a $3,000 check to help her get into an apartment. This seems wrong. I think he should, if not legally because they weren't married, he should give her some type of settlement. She sold everything when they moved in together and has to start over. I don't know if there is anything she can do which is why I found this site to ask. Any help or answers you can give her will be appreciated. thank you My name is Geri ****** and I guess I should mention there are no children, only a dog and cat they have raised together.
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After a 10 month, never-consumated engagement, the
After a 10 month, never-consumated engagement, the engagement was broken off. Prior to the engagement the man made verbal promise to ensure woman's financial safety should they break up. She sold her house in Canada and moved to live with him in Florida. She then broke off the relationship. Can she sue the man for palimony.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: She is Canadian. The man lives in Florida and this happened in Florida.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Those are the main points I think.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 Family Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I am separating from my fiancé, we have been together 10
I am separating from my fiancé, we have been together for almost 10 years and have 2 children together. He hasn't worked for over 5 years. He claims if I tell him to leave he can take me to court for alimony even though were not married, that because I have been supporting him I need to continue to. I live in California and know that this state doesn't recognize common law marriage. I need to know my rights.
I live with my boyfriend of 14 years on s farm in Wisconsin.
I live with my boyfriend of 14 years on his farm in Wisconsin. We moved from his old farm 12 years ago to start this new farm together. I made him promise me that he'd marry me if I agreed to do this with him. He did promise. Then 3 years after we moved here he backed out on his promise, and basically has slowly abandoned me emotionally over the remaining years. I began to see that he's also emotionally neglectful, often-times to the point of being emotionally abusive but in a very subversive way. I need to move on, but can't find work because he moved us into the poorest county in all of Wisconsin, and to top it off, last year in March I suffered a stroke. I can work now, but I struggle with a bad back due to all the hard work I did during the first few years of farming until things fell apart with our relationship. Does Wisconsin have any laws that I can count on to help me get some financial compensation from him so that I can leave here, and go start over with my life?JA: The Family Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: You read all that that fast?JA: Is there anything else important you think the Family Lawyer should know?Customer: yes I spoke with my lawyer but he's not really able to help much. he says he's not qualified to take on this kind of case.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 Family Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I read that Pennsylvania abolished common law marriage in
I read that Pennsylvania abolished common law marriage in January of 2005. Based on my readings, the only common law marriages in existence in PA are the ones formed before the 2005 abolition.I was talking to some colleagues at work yesterday who said that if a man and woman have lived together for a long time, the woman can still screw a guy over the way she would in a conventional divorce, despite the fact that common law marriage no longer exists in the state.I want to know whether or not this is true (that a guy can still get financially screwed by cohabitating with a woman) and if so, what are the specific ways in which a guy can get screwed from cohabitation in Pennsylvania?
I'm in a 4 year relationship that seems to be crumbling. My
I'm in a 4 year relationship that seems to be crumbling. My boyfriend is building a home and I am step by step doing it with him. I have put three years of physical labor into this home and I think he is getting ready to leave me. Can I take action against him for sweat equity that I put into this home? In addition to keeping his home (laundry cooking etc.) I estimate 8,760 hours of labor.