Me (Norwegian citizen, living in Norway) and my ex-wife (Puerto Rican citizen, living in USA) have signed divorce papers in Norway. We married in PR. She signed them through an e-file sent by the Norwegian government while being in USA. Is this divorce legal in PR? If not, what do we need to do to... Read more »
My husband’s original child support order only mentioned he is to pay the basic support amount and that he was to cover 50% of gastos escolares. His most recent modified order includes the basic support plus a supplementary monthly education expense (believes it’s for tutoring) and he is to... Read more »
A simple answer to all of your questions would be yes. The non custodial parent has to pay basic child support as well as the expenses associated with the child's education, medical insurance, clothing, extracurricular activities and any other expenses that are involve on...Read more »
I have been separated from my wife for over 15 years, I live in PR she lives in Miami, I bought a house in PR and a car about 5 or 6 years ago, we do have 2 kids together an 19 year old and a 17 year old, if we divorce through court legally in PR does she get to keep half of everything I own and... Read more »
El Código Penal de Puerto Rico define el delito de extorsión como "Toda persona que, mediante violencia o intimidación, o bajo pretexto de tener derecho como funcionario o empleado público, obligue a otra persona a entregar bienes o a realizar, tolerar u omitir actos, los...Read more »
Various times throughout the past 2 years I have tried to contact ASUME by phone and email to no avail. My child and his mother have moved to the same state I reside in and have now lived here for about 4-5 years, however the child support case is still with ASUME in PR where they were living... Read more »
Also, is there a way to verify if he is working? I have no contact with him and it's the mother who says he is studying. I recently removed my daughter from child support & nobody ever told me about her grades or if she worked or not. I am paying with no info, I asked to review the support... Read more »
To bring more clarity to the peculiarities of the incident, there are a lot of factors around the criminal procedure, like interviews, discovery and investigation to be able to find out the facts of your case. And what really happened.
No attorney can answer these question as it is. The charges may vary depending on the services and task to be done based on the specifics of the property, liens or levies, the land where it sits, the children and other specifics with the current status of the property related to...Read more »
My mother is 78 years old and cannot care for herself. I pay for all the bills and expenses. My question is, is there any financial assistance available, through guardianship that I can apply for and how do I get this financial asistance in order to be able to pay the bills and all other expenses?... Read more »
Your mother can request government assistance to get food, try to qualify for medical assistance through medicaid and other services for the elderly through the local ombudsman offices as well as other government agencies that help the elderly.
Although is not normal and there's no alimony in Puerto Rico, there are some extraordinary circumstances when one of the parties can request spousal support, this is temporary and there are several requirements to be able to request them. Remember that spousal support is not...Read more »
As her legal guardian the state can try to make sure that the minor has her own space and that she-he is provided with everything required for her/his well being taking in consideration the economic means and capability of the legal guardian to be able to take care of the minor.
You can request temporary spousal support and some specific situations, even though is not the norm in the Puerto Rico jurisdiction to grant alimony, you can ask for ex conjugal support until you have the means to support or fend for yourself. Note that this can be possible only...Read more »
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