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Q: How do i get an order of protection vacated?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for New York on May 25, 2012

Answered on Nov 30, 2012

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Hello. What happened? Did you not show up at the hearing and as a result there was a default judgment?

I need more facts. Call me for a free telephone consultation. 845 634 8179.

See my website: www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

Sincerely, Allan Wolk

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Q: How long should it take to obtain an index #? I hired a lawyer on 12/30 for a no fault divorce-5 months and still no #.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for New York on May 10, 2012

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Hello. To get an index # an summons and complaint has to be signed by you and can be immediately filed with the clerk. Then, it has to be served on your spouse. What happened?

Call me for a free telephone consultation. 845 634 8179. See my website: www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

Allan Wolk

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Q: If a home was purchased during marriage and has only the husband on the deed, does the wife have rights to it in nys?

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for New York on May 30, 2012

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Yes, depending on the circumstances and where the money came from to buy the house.

Call me and I will go into detail when you give me all the facts. Free telephone consulation.

845 634 8179. And, see my website: www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

Allan Wolk

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Q: I'm a foster parent to a child I had since he was a week old the great grand mother wants custody but lost the appealing

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for New York on Nov 26, 2012

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Hello. I saw part of your question. If she lost the appeal, then you are okay. Call me for a

free telephone consultation. 845 634 8179. See my website: www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

Allan Wolk

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Q: My husband is filing for a uncontested divorce we were never leagally sperated and he owes thousand in child support .

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for New York on Jul 11, 2012

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To get an uncontested divorce in NYS all other matters---custody, visitation, child support, spousal maintenance, equitable distribution, etc. have to be settled or adjudicated first. Has this been done?

Call me for a free consultation 845 634 8179 See my website: www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

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Q: How do I petition to enforce a visitation order?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for New York on Aug 23, 2012

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You can file in family court in your jurisdiction. You will have to show that your spouse has been in violation of the prior order. Call me for a free consultation. 845 634 8179.

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Q: If a person is married to a teamster and they divorce , what rights does the spouse of the teamster have ?

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for New York on Sep 15, 2012

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Hi, you will have the right to a marital portion of his retirement account, plus other equitable distribution rights For example, if you are married for 20 years and he has been a teamster for 15 years, you are entitled to one-half his pension. This will given to you by a court order and you thus will have your

own pension. Call me for a free consultation. 845 634 8179. See my website: www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

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Q: Verbal fight daughter was here need to protect her from being takin away

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for New York on Nov 25, 2012

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I need more information to help you. You can call me for a free consultation at 845 634 8179

See my website at www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

Allan Wolk

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Q: In the state of new york do I need to be separated before I can get a divorce? If so how long do I have to be separated

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for New York on Nov 18, 2012

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No, you do not have to be separated prior to getting a divorce. We now have no fault--irretrievable breakdown of the marriage for 6 months or more. You can get a divorce right away. Call me for a free consultation and I will tell you all you have to know. 845 634 8179. Also, see my website on Justia.com or

hit www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com

Allan Wolk

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Q: Been married 8 months wanna get divorce,what is the process

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for New York on Nov 19, 2012

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First, consult with an attorney. If you have children and/or assets, you will need an agreement and divorce documents. If your spouse agrees, you can also do divorce mediation which is rapid, inexpensive and as painless as possible. Call me for a free consultation. 845 634 8179. See me website on Justia.

www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com.

Sincerely, Allan Wolk

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Q: How do I answer a divorce summons if I have only a few days left?

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for New York on Sep 23, 2012

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Don't panic. You can either ask the court for an extension or temporarily answer the summons by

yourself, saying that you are handling it pro se. Then, get an attorney who will contact the court and

the other attorney with a notice of appearance. A summons does not mean that you have to appear in court, just answer. I will be happy to give you a free consultation. 845 634 8179. Visit my websitse at www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com. Allan Wolk

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Q: How do you get divorced if you cannot track down your spouse?

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for New York on Aug 27, 2012

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Hello. There are several steps that have to be followed. You have to show the court that you made a diligent effort to locate your spouse. Use of the internet can help here. If you find him, he can be served.

If not, then a petition has to be filed showing your efforts and asking for substitute service thru the local newspaper. Call me for a free consultation. 845 634 8179 And see me website: www.wolk-divorce-attorney-com Allan Wolk

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