Back in 1999 a divorce case was filed and apparently there
Hello,Back in 1999 a divorce case was filed and apparently there was a contested trial and the minutes were entered but it seems the judgment paper work was not filed for the judge's signature. Mistakenly petitioner got remarried 14 years ago thinking he was already divorced. Now that he needs a divorce certificate they tell him he is not divorced. Can he still file the judgment paper work and request the date of the divorce to be entered as of prior to his now marriage date?
New Question for Law Educator:
I closed the last question
New Question for Law Educator:I closed the last question out too soon, I find I have follow-up question concerning the same topic.Would you call a fraudulent marriage in which it is a false return of a pretended marriage and is also a false record of this pretended marriage "invalid" in a pleading? Or, would you only plead the matter as fraud in a petition?
I got married to my husband in a religious ceremony in maryland
I got married to my husband in a religious ceremony in maryland in 2012. He did not get a marriage license at that time but said he would get it in a few months. we have been living together, referred to each other as husband and wife in public, bought a house together as joint tenants and share a bank account where our paychecks go in and we pay the bills and mortgage. He is from pakistan and went there a week ago and within 5 days got married to a woman there in an official wedding ceremoney. Is that legal for him? will he be able to sponsor his new wife to the US? what about me. am I still his wife. does he need to get a divorce from me and what are my rights? He had earlier been married and divorced in pakistan and was in single status in his tax returns. I came to know later that he had gone to pakistan in 2010 and remarried his ex there but didnt tell me. then last year in september/ october he went to pakistan and divorced his wife. I came to know all this later.
My daughter just relocated to Louisiana with her two children
My daughter just relocated to Louisiana with her two children from NYC...She was never legally married to her "husband" but was islamically married and divorced...she was told at the time of the marriage that is was not legal because there as no license..she left because of a combination of drug arrest of her childrens father as well as mental and physical abuse..the childrens father is saying he will file for custody...she can not go back..she is afraid for herself and her kids..she found a bag of drugs and was greatful it was her that found it and not her son...if he does file we need to know what will happen..
In a marriage nulity case based on fraud, do I need to provide
In a marriage nulity case based on fraud, do I need to provide my financial statement to the other party?here are,the fact right now.1. this is a annulment case2. there are pending jurisdiction issue not yet resolved.3. No answer has been filed in both jurisdiction. case were filed in two counties3. we decide to postpone all hearings see if we can come up with an agreementquestion: may i refuse providing financial statement now? i am only interested in how to divide the properties right now. i am not interested in numbers. But I do understand I need to provide statements eventually
I learned something from my current wife (my second marriage).
I learned something from my current wife (my second marriage). Until a conversation last week, she had told me she was married 2 times before – and that is what she put on the Marriage License (in Virginia). Last week she told me she was married one time before her ‘first' marriage. But it is stranger than that. She initially married her ‘first' husband in France, where she was brought up. At that time, he was already married in the US. He was a Canadian citizen and married a US Citizen ‘on paper only' to gain Permanent Residence status in the US. After the wedding in France they move to the US (Minnesota) and she gets married to another person ‘on paper' so she can get US Citizenship. Here is a timeline: (I will call my wife ‘M')1981: 'M' and Husband 'A' meet in Minnesota while "m" is on a vacation trip from France~1982: Husband ‘A' marries ‘Linda' in the US.1983: Husband ‘A' and ‘M' marry in France.1983 ‘M' comes to the US on a tourist Visa to live with Husband ‘A'1983: ‘M' marries Husband ‘B'~1986: ‘M' divorces Husband ‘B.' Husband ‘A' divorces ‘Linda.' Both now have US Permanent Residency1986: ‘M' and Husband ‘A' marry in Virginia2000: ‘M' and Husband ‘A' divorce in Virginia2002: ‘M' marries Husband ‘C'2010: Husband ‘C' passes away2012: ‘M' and I marry. On the Marriage License ‘M' put our marriage as her 3rd. It is actually her 4th. Since ‘M' and I have been married, I have supported her 100% (she stopped working 5/2012) including making all the mortgage payments on her house (I am not on the title to her house). I would not have married her had I known of this history and I am going to pursue divorce and will be contacting a local attorney. I am writing here to get some idea as to what I can claim as far as the property settlement is concerned.
My husband is a District Judge in the state of Idaho. He would
My husband is a District Judge in the state of Idaho. He would like to perform the wedding for my son (his step-son) in Superior, AZ (on 6/1/13). From what I've read online it says "Judges from courts of record", but does not indicate they need to be a judge in the state of AZ. Is an Idaho judge legally acceptable to perform a wedding ceremony in AZ under this definition?