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My husband and i are legally separated time. We started
my husband and i are legally separated for a long time. We started living together about 5 years ago maybe longer. Are we still consider married or legally separated. I may have some legal issued coming up soon and need to know what my status is.I didn't realize what time it is and the place where i live calls dinner at 4:30. i will be back to my desk around 5:30. Thank you.
My wife and I signed a separation agreement two years ago.
My wife and I signed a separation agreement two years ago. In it, we waived the right for alimony. Now we have separated again. We have determined our equitable distribution terms, child support, etc. However she has threatened alimony. The original agreement stated that the terms were executed regardless of reconciliation. Would this document continue to be valid against alimony payments in the state of NC?
Ronna, Here are a few more - and thank you!45. Admit
Hi Ronna, Here are a few more - and thank you!45. Admit that you served as the chief accounting officer of Buy Gitomer, Inc. (hereinafter "the company") beginning in 2012.RESPONSE: Plaintiff admits that in addition to her already extensive duties on behalf of Defendant and his companies, in 2012 Plaintiff volunteered to handle the accounting duties of the family business until the parties could put a permanent person in place, and so as to put structure and payment plans in place to avoid the company having to file bankruptcy based on extensive bad debt. Plaintiff denies that she ever had the official job title of Chief Accounting Officer, that she ever signed any employment agreement or contract stating such, or that she had a specific list of job responsibilities. Furthermore, Plaintiff admits that she is not a CPA, does not have a degree in accounting, and had no prior accounting experience.46. Admit that your responsibilities as chief accounting officer at the company included managing the company's financial statements, general ledger, cost accounting, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, reconciliation of bank statements, budgeting, and debt monitoring.RESPONSE: Deny that my responsibilities for the company included managing financial statements, general ledger, and cost accounting. These duties were handled by our contracted CFO, ***** ***** (who had prior held this position as an employee of the company). Admit that my responsibilities for the company included managing payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, reconciliation of bank statements, budgeting, and debt monitoring.
I just recently took my grandbaby to the hospital and
hello , I just recently took my grandbaby to the hospital and found out that he has a linear skull fracture. The doctor's did a x-ray and full Body scan and found no signs of abuse. The DCFS Doctor came and examined him as well and stated that this was an accident simply because their were no sign of abuse. But this caseworker has removed my grandson from the home and he's staying with great grandmother because we can't recall when he bumped his head because he doesn't cry a lot. My question is once she finishes her investigation and rules it undetermined, can she have my grandson removed indefinitely or can he come back home.
I went through a divorce in 2008. In 2014 I bought a new home.
I went through a divorce in 2008. In 2014 I bought a new home. The process was complicated by the fact that certain documents were needed to complete the mortgage paperwork. It came to my attention that I had never received the docs in question. During that time my mortgage officer discovered that the papers had been sent to a bogus address and returned to the lawyer. I know that a lawyer as well known as the one my ex had retained should have inquired as to the correct address. It was in fact the home we owned. My question is, do I have any grounds to file some sort of action against my ex or her attorney for what I believe was unethical if not illegal behavior?Thank you for your time,Rick Berman
I just finished filing divorce online with completecase.com
I just finished filing for my divorce online with completecase.com and today my husband has decided to open up a separate checking and savings acct and drained out our joint checking and savings acct. We are both Florida residents, my husband is in the military and he was going off the advice from JAG. He is also threatening to cancel my Post 9/11 GI Bill that he transferred to me a couple of years ago to go back to school. I currently have 12 months and 15 days remaining from it as I am unable to physically do my old medical job from injuries that I sustained from a car accident. What are my legal rights?
My ex-husband of *** years were divorced in ***View more family law questions
Hello,My ex-husband of *** years were divorced in *** of ***. It is not that simple though. Please read carefully.We decided to get divorced only to pull his ***, as we were in debt over my failed self-employment attempt, and his excessive need for an overindulgent lifestyle. We were not planning on splitting up, but rather taking the money, paying off our bills, and getting remarried a year or so later.Since we were planning on getting married again, and it was a "fake" divorce, all I was given in the papers was a truck, and of course the ***. We never sought a judge, or attorneys.After the papers were filed, but before they had gone through, I found my ex-husband was speaking to his ex-wife, of ***years prior, over Facebook. While he never slept with her, he was sending her flowers, and divulging my secrets to her. In a nutshell, it was very hurtful. This combined with the past *** years of him fighting with my teenage son, left me with stress I couldn't cope with. I have mental illness you see, and this exasperated it. I decided that this divorce should be for real, and just agreed to take the***. The value at that time was***.Now, I had not worked *** prior to our divorce, so due to this "fake divorce - turned real" I lost my insurance, my income, and a significant quality of life. It is obvious he is not serious about a "real" reconciliation, and my needs are still not being me.None of this will improve unless I get out on my own. However, since I was dependent on his income and insurance for 8 years, I am essentially stuck in a position I cannot stand.My question is:Is it possible, given this situation, that I could actually "re-do" my divorce, and collect anything I would have been entitled to had the original divorce been drawn up, and presented before a judge as if it was real.Sorry for the length, but I hope to hear back from everyone.During the past 6 years we have attempted to get back together. We currently live together, but he is not financially helping me, nor emotionally supportive.