Divorce Law Questions

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Virginia on Mar 5, 2014

Jonathan P. McHugh's answer
There is no clear answer based on just that scenario. In order to prove adultery, one must show that a person has had sexual intercourse with another person who is not his or her spouse. The burden is very high, as the evidence must be clear and ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Virginia on Sep 7, 2011

Jerry Lutkenhaus's answer
I would think the answer to this is yes. You should check with an attorney who specializes in domestic issues. You could try using some form but it would probably be too dangerous.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Virginia on Feb 19, 2011

Beth M McCord Paleos's answer
Your ex is not required to provide you with a copy. You can request a certified copy of your divorce papers directly from the court where you were divorced for a few dollars.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Virginia on Dec 15, 2010

Beth M McCord Paleos's answer
Only if a court has already ordered the other parent to do so. Whether or not you can convince a judge to order the other parent to pay a share of travel costs for child visitation will depend on your relative financial abilities and the reason that you ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Virginia on Jan 10, 2011

Beth M McCord Paleos's answer
Yes, if your husband is required to make payments on that debt, the judge may take it into account in calculating a spousal support amount. Once the court has determined whether you are eligible to receive spousal support (you may not be eligible if ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Virginia on Nov 25, 2010

J. Richard Kulerski Esq.'s answer
I do not practice law in KY or VA and am not qualified to provide an authoritative answer. However, I have been practicing divorce law in IL for over 40 years and would like to make a general comment. All states and local courts have rules that set time ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 2 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
If you have kids, if you have a house, if you have debts, if you have a retirement, in short if you have ANYTHING...you should get an attorney to help you get a divorce. Divorcing without a lawyer can make a complete mess of these things. If you decide ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 2 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
He can if you don't DO something about it!!...An Alabama Judge is likely to award you the car. But you can't sit around and wait. You need to get a lawyer to get you a court order and possession of the car. Otherwise your worthless hubby is ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 6 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Your question indicates that you have already filed for divorce. If you have an attorney you should rely on his or her advice for the answers you seek. Obviously you will need to prove that the child born while you were separated is not yours. This will ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Georgia 9 days ago

Paula J. Mcgill's answer
Depending on the county where you want to file, the forms may be online. Check online with the superior court of ______County. Just remember, getting a divorce is not just a series of forms. It is knowing the law, the rules of the court, the rules of ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 9 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Like the old commercial for breath mints, you have "two, two, two questions in one!" The thing you are interested in is child custody, etc. From your question it appears that neither you nor your child have ever lived in Alabama for any ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for New York 14 days ago

Paula J. Mcgill's answer
You have to do if they are under 21. Otherwise, you can state that all children from the marriage are 21 or over.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 14 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Your friend is probably out of luck. The credit card companies don't care what the divorce decree says. If the credit is in your friend's name, then he will have to pay the bill if the ex-wife fails to do so. And it will hurt his credit if she ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 29 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
My guess is that you will NOT be required to give up any of your severance pay. Generally receiving a severance check in lieu of a military retirement means that you haven't achieved 20 years of service. Otherwise you would be retiring, right? ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 24 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
The state that has jurisdiction at the time of the divorce controls the property division, generally speaking. You are in Alabama now, right? If he's in Alabama, too, we're in good shape. If he's not that complicates things and we'll ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 20 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
I definitely can not give you a definite answer to this question. Too many slippery concepts to deal with here. Since this is the divorce forum, so I gotta assume that you and 'Ex' are divorced. First of all, forget about whose 'name' ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Florida 27 days ago

Howard Iken's answer
Yes. But you must request that at the final hearing.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Florida 25 days ago

Howard Iken's answer
That will be difficult. We have free consultations. 800-469-3486 Wesley Chapel Summergate Professional Center Seven Oaks - near Wiregrass Mall - off Hwy 56 27642 Cashford Circle Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 New Port Richey - Pasco 7623 Little Road Suite ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Alabama 22 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Of course you can ask him to leave! You need to consult your divorce agreement. What does it say about this? Based on your question, I'm assuming that you have a divorce agreement. Many Alabama divorce agreements contain language that the terms ...