Do I legally have the right to enter and remain with my children?
answered on Jan 6, 2020
Probably, unless there is a court protection order or he has been given exclusive occupancy by the courts. Are you going through a divorce, then discuss with your attorney. If you go there, take a policeman with you. Hire an attorney if you dont have one.
My husband married me in kentucky in 2013. He left to Kansas and remarried in 2016 after years of me begging him for a divorce. He's committing bigamy and I want a divorce.
answered on Jul 23, 2019
You can obtain a divorce in Ohio on several grounds. You dont need to prove bigamy. If you want him arrested is up to you, but you should hire an Ohio attorney to get your divorce moving.
answered on May 31, 2019
The forms are required, simple indicate that you are unemployed and received no wages. There may be aplace on the forms to list other forms of income such as unemployment, SS disability, etc.
We have 3 minor children together and he has a 15 year old son and an adult daughter that lives with us. We are both listed as owners of our house I would like to keep custody of the children and the house what can I do
answered on May 16, 2019
This is what courts are for if you and he cant agree. Usually the court would allow a mother with minor children to reside in the home and give her 3-5 to refinance or pay her ex his half of the equity. You need to hire and discuss this with an attorney.
answered on May 13, 2019
What you didnt say in your question is how long youve been married and lived together. You could stillhave marital assests to divide such a retirment benefits. Unless youve only been married a very short time, I always recommend people spend the money and hire an attorney and do it right. If you... Read more »
We will not have anything to disagree about. He's lived with his girlfriend since October. I'm trying to see what options I have and the quickest and cheapest way to go. We've been married since 3/17/2002
answered on May 8, 2019
You may be able to obtain a quick dissolution, but that will still take at least 45 days and require his complete cooperation. Most attorneys could handle you case with a low fee, but we cant always control how the other side reacts. People can fight over anything. You need to consult with a... Read more »
In our dissolution it says that he has the right to file for termination of support in the event there is cohabitation. Both my ex husband and I are in new relationships, and I did move into the same house my partner lives in, however we do not pool finances or pay each others bills. We each... Read more »
answered on Apr 29, 2019
At the very least you should have a face to face conference with an attorney. You should be able to find someone to do it for a nominal expense. You appear to be cohabitiatin and should have expected this to happeen. You are sharing overhead and living expenses, but I'd have to read your... Read more »
Supreme Court of Ohio
Uniform Domestic Relations Form – 16
Approved under Ohio Civil Rule 84
Amended: March 15, 2016
Which of the following options do I check?
1) The parties do not own any real estate.
2) Marital real... Read more »
answered on Apr 17, 2019
As to the choices your given, I'd pick #2, but you need to specifiy that it is premarital and separate property belonging to one of you. "Filling in the blanks" is not the best way of drafting a complete and thorough separation agreement. You really should retain an attorney to... Read more »
We kind of knew he took some money out and bought daughter a $9K car, but did not say he took out an extra $25K for himself.
Found out after divorce was final but still processing QUDRO and that is where I seen he had a subtraction. Shouldn't half of that be mine ?
answered on Apr 4, 2019
He should have disclosed all assets. You might have a claim. Bring this to the attention of your attorney to determine if you need to repopen case or try to negotiate a better result.
So I'mma the defendant in the middle of a divorce im also pro se. We have recently had our case management conference.
During court we realized that the plaintiff had not fully turned in her answers to my interrogatories so the judge extended her due date for 3 more days making it... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2019
Filing anything and getting a hearing would take much longer than a week, so you probably should give her another week. However, do it in writing and ask for a written acknowledgement and agreement. If she doesnt comply your remedy is not contempt, but a motion to compel and for fees if you had... Read more »
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