It was deposited into a joint brokerage account and I invested it increasing the value by over 50%. She has moved the money to a different account and will not tell me the password. She also claims I have to right to the money. What is true? Do I have a right to half or a portion of this money? It... Read more »
In our Divorce Papers Under Dividing property Retirement it say that that My ex Attorney will take care of preparing Qdro And filing it in court. I didn't realize till my Ex partially retired from the place he work at for years that the QDRO was never taken care of. I contacted his attorney... Read more »
No, but this issue should be addressed with common sense. Don't have a convicted felon, child abuser or drug user as the caregiver. If you do use a caregiver, that person should have your ex wife's contact information and vice versa.
He has yet graduated, keeps failing classes, changed majors. How long is my husband required to continue paying a bill that will never end. His son is working, but his mother doesn’t force him to pay his bills after he moved out. He uses his money to travel to Cal or Japan. Please help. They... Read more »
My wife ran to Illinois with my children on February 09, 2021. On May 11, 2021 my wife filed a protective order against which the judge granted on May 25, 2021. My wife had file a protective order against me in the state of Alabama in 2012 and in the state of Georgia in 2018 and both cases was... Read more »
Ex is ordered to pay child support and same Judge issued an award on attorneys fees and ex claims he cannot afford to pay both and is behind 2 months in court ordered atty fees. How do the courts handle these situations? Ex has filed downward modification for cs to zero in hopes to then pay atty... Read more »
Child support is not going to be eliminated in order for someone to pay attorneys fees. He would have to prove that he has exhausted all resources and cannot pay the fees. Talk to an attorney about your case.
You need to send him a written letter or communication that you are moving and give him the address you will be moving to. This must be done 30 days in advance of the move. Given that he is in prison, it is unlikely he will mount a challenge to stop the child from moving. So, send him the notice...Read more »
We separated on the 16th of may, and I was served the petition on the 20th. It originally began as contested so he got a lawyer. I cannot afford one. However, we’ve come to agreement on our own since we still live in the same house, and we’d like to get rid of the contested and make it... Read more »
In order for the case to become uncontested, but parties have to sign uncontested paperwork. You should consult an attorney BEFORE signing anything to ensure that what you are signing actually reflects your agreement.
This is for a child custody battle. I have no prior record and the request is not subpoenaed. Do I HAVE to answer? 9-11-26 and 33 says I have to answer but nowhere does it explain the boundaries for such questions. Wouldn't HIPAA override this request?
He said he wanted to continue it and then asked the judge if he could order us all to go to counseling? I wouldn't have a problem with it at all but the TPO would still stay and I wouldn't get to go to work & coach my girls? I work 4 my dad for 31 yrs! I feel like this was done to get... Read more »
My husband's exwife filed some sort of medical claim or lawsuit while they were married. It is finally settled and she is just now getting compensation for it. Is he entitled to any of that?We are not really wanting any of it, however she has spent the last 2 years threatening to take him back... Read more »
My ex constantly bombards me with court related matters plus receiving communications from his atty. I asked my ex to not speak to me about court related matters and let communications regarding court go between myself and his atty. My ex communicates in a threatening type manner and is very... Read more »
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