Divorcing 14 years marriage. Hearing date in 2 days. My
Divorcing 14 years marriage. Hearing date in 2 days. My attorney refuses to update my Affidavit (to show my debts) and refuses to give evidence against my husband. I am about to loose my attorney fee and monthly alimony because of her NOT cooperating. How do I present full evidence to the judge when we are in court? My attorney told me I am not allowed to do anything.
In a divorce, about what percentage of clients obtain the
In a divorce, about what percentage of clients obtain the financial discovery documents from opposing council:1) 30 days prior to their court date? 2) 2 - 3 weeks prior?3) not until 1-2 days prior or on the day of court?4) not provided / non-responsive?Do these percentages differ depending on if the wife is asking for her husband's financials vs. if the husband is asking for his wife's?
Second opinion] I'm pro se, if I refer to documents or audio
Second opinion] I'm pro se, if I refer to documents or audio files in my affidavit/narrative that aren't on my exhibit list does that allow them to be presented? What questions would I need to ask a witness to open a window of opportunity to have them entered?
I'm pro se, if I refer to documents or audio files in my
I'm pro se, if I refer to documents or audio files in my affidavit/narrative that aren't on my exhibit list does that allow them to be presented? What questions would I need to ask a witness to open a window of opportunity to have them entered?
Not Zoey My ex accused me of fraud - of signing his
Not ZoeyMy ex accused me of fraud - of signing his signature, and got the judge to order a handwriting exemplar. My ex provided no proof that I signed it and no proof that he did not sign it. In my motion to reconsider it was mentioned that I obtained an expert and his conclusion was that it was in fact my ex's writing. Does the judge have the right to keep his order and demand an exemplar? If so why and what else can be done
I have a GAL on my custody case, we went to court on 3/13
I have a GAL on my custody case, we went to court on 3/13 because I objected to her emergency recommendations. The Jussie adopted them. In the minute order the judge stated my child is yo come home on 3/19. To day she did an amended recommendation and said she filed it electronically. Do I get to object to that amended recommendation and if so does the faker still have to follow the minute order from 3/13. I live in nm
I am a 100% disabled veteran, living in New Mexico. I have
I am a 100% disabled veteran, living in New Mexico. I have been legally married for over 30 years. I have been physically separated for about the last 2 1/2 years. My wife left me with 2 of our 3 children, That is, I have the kids. the 3rd is an adult living on his own. I have been paying her a monthly stipend for her own support, which comes to about 1/4 of my total income. My sole income is from VA Disability (I'm a %100 disabled veteran) and Social security disability.. The amount I have been sending her every month is a little over 1/4 of that combined. Once the divorce is finalized, I will lose several hundred dollars of the VA disability, as they pay me married with children rates. Am I asking for (legal) trouble if in a pro se filing, I offer spousal support less than what I have been sending, based on the fact that my income will go down? I have heard, but never confirmed, that this particular income stream is not countable in determining alimony/spousal support. True? Or wishful thinking?
I have been (legally) married for over 30 years,
I have been (legally) married for over 30 years, (physically) separated for about 2 1/2. I am in the process of trying to get a divorce. I have recently heard from several old friends that mty soon to be exwife has confessed to them on multiple occasions that our oldest son, now 25, is not mine. I am obviously hurt, but I don't know whether I should even mention this, unless she tries to be difficult during the divorce. I.E, She has been pumping my younger kids, both teenagers, who have lived fulltime with me since she left, for information about who/whether I'm dating anyone, etc.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New Mexico.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No. I'm trying to do this pro se, as finances are an issue. I have been raising two teenagers by myself since she left, on top of voluntarily paying her a monthly stipend for her own support. I know, I know...That's just who I am.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: That probably does it.