I moved from Florida to North Carolina last March 2, 2016
I moved from Florida to North Carolina last March 2, 2016 leaving my husband who I am divorcing in Florida. I purchased a property on March 17, 2016 now that I can finally file do I need to list this property on the divorce paperwork? The deed is in my name only.
I am sending this on behalf of my daughter since I already
I am sending this on behalf of my daughter since I already had an acct setup. My daughter had been served divorce papers from her husband who lives in Florida and she has lived in Pa for the last 2.5 years. There are no assets to split up and no children involved. She had left him to move back up to Pa with us after she found out he was seeing another woman. She signed a release for him to buy a house in Florida as a sign of good faith as Florida makes the spouse sign off if they are not yet divorced. She requested for him to pay her for personal items that she had to leave behind since she flew home and he would not send them to her. She received a check for 3,000 dollars. He referred to this in an email to her as extortion which it was not! He is represented by an attorney and my daughter is not since it was to be a uncontested simple divorce. Everything was fine until it was determined that they both had to do financial statements for it to go before the court in Florida. She received his financial statement and found to hersurprise how much he was making and that she was suppose to see this financial report before even signing any initial papers. In lieu of his assets and how much he has made in the past two years she wanted to request alimony. He took her off his medical insurance soon after they separated which has caused her to be without medical insurance and she has had many medical issues and hospitalizations that we or she has had to pay for. Is it too late for her to request alimony? Can she still retain counsel? She had notified both her spouse and his attorney recently before she would do her financial statement for (which she literally has tons of debt and may need to declare bankruptcy) that she wanted to talk to a lawyer about all this. She then received a E-service from the Florida court today that a final hearing has been scheduled for May 1st in Florida? She literally has just started a new job 3 weeks ago and has struggled to get back on her feet. Can she contact the court to delay this hearing before as she is contacting attorneys right now??
My sister obtained a legal separation in 2001 in South
My sister obtained a legal separation in 2001 in South Dakota. It says that they are each solely responsible for the payment of any and all debts incurred them, respectively, subsequent to the date of separation, that being August 1st, 2001.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: My question is if this is still binding today. Will she be responsible for any of his debts in the event of his death??JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: They both live in South Dakota.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Also, would he be able to get involved in her estate in the event of her death?
I have a question that needs clarity. I am divorced and the
I have a question that needs clarity. I am divorced and the non-custodial parent. I live in Omaha, Nebraska. As per our divorce decree, we agreed mutually; come tax season time, to alternately claim our one son one year and then the other parent claims him the next year and so forth. Last year, my ex wife claimed my son on her taxes. This year, she did it again and said Im behind on child support and that she has the right too claim him this year when its clearly my year. What are my legal options? ThanksJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: NebraskaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: as far as what?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I just want too know if ex wife can do this?
I live in NC. My wife wants a divorce. Very angry. She says
I live in NC. My wife wants a divorce. Very angry. She says she's coming after me for child support, alimony and 401K. She's left many times over the last few years, signing leases and then backing out of them to return home (at least four leases, maybe more). She's diagnosed OCD and takes medicine. She hasn't left yet, but she soon will. No physical abuse issues, no adultery though I'm not sure what she will throw at me to get her way / outcome. I have a good job and pay for everything. She works part time and doesn't really contribute financially. She's coming after me hard and I'm wondering (1) How much child support should I pay when she leaves (or if at all) before getting a signed agreement and (2) given our wage differences, how do I keep from keeping her living the high-life while still providing for my kids? I live in NC, have four kids all below 12 yo, and will have to say no when she cools off and wants to come back.JA: OK. To minimize me, please click the down arrow at the top right corner of this box.Customer: Sorry, was typing as quickly as I could.JA: Do both sides consent to the divorce? Are there minor children in the relationship?Customer: Four children. We will consent. She may cool off and want to come back, but I'm done and she will accept that.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: No. Though I do have a separation agreement, signed and notarized from the first time she left that says we waive the right to alimony, set child support and disposition of property. The agreement is 2013.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I don't think so.
What are the consequences if I file for divorce under
Hello what are the consequences if I file for divorce under adultery against myself Virginia. We have not live together over two year but had one interruption this year but I still would like to get divorce. She refuses to sign separation agreement and is also dating. Should I just wait till next year and file pendente lite.
My ex-husband who is an attorney, cut child support, based
My ex-husband who is an attorney, cut child support, based on our Separation Agreement, which stipulates if a child marries that's grounds for emancipation, so he did reduce after her date of marriage 1/16/17. However, he petitioned in 2012, to reduce child support for said child above. I was helped by a Consumer Protection lawyer, here on this site, but I need an attorney that specializes in either family law or post-divorce law. I need legal advise as how to proceed., as I don't know how long and he's not required to tell me but I found out in in March 2017, that he is unemployed and although the 2012 petition he brought against me I appealed, and for my other daughter the family court referee stated in her appeal answer that child shall get certain amount until emancipated. So, he's trying to use the Separation Agreement Stipulation, when in 2012 appeal it states clearly all support going forward would be for the child living with me. If I go to court I believe he's in arrears now 3 months and by the time I get my court date and petition am I at risk for losing more money, if he is still unemployed? Or does the petition that states what I get will it still stand? I don't want to spend money to go to court if there is a chance the judge will reduce for said child because he is unemployed?? Or is it,"deadbeat dad," situation, and he truly is in child support arrears for what he cut each month he continues to pay the reduced amount?
I have been Legally Separated for 2 months. Former spouse
I have been Legally Separated for 2 months. Former spouse left paper work, art and tools in my home. I've asked him in writing many times to pick up these items. He says it's not convienent. How long must I keep them?JA: OK. To minimize me, please click the down arrow at the top right corner of this box.Customer: I live in TN and have full ownership of this house. He also refuses to change his address. Can I stop his mail.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TennesseeJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not about this IssueJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: not about this issue