My spouse was the one handling the mortgage payments given that she made more than me. We got the house while being married but her name is on the title and mortgage. I supported her not necessarily by financial means but more as taking care of the house: once moved in I took care of handling home... Read more »
After fighting for jurisdiction of our divorce, and the courts closing down last year for coronavirus, my ex has has been uncooperative with my attorney in order to get our divorce before a judge and finalized. We’re currently headed to mediation. However, I just found out that he “remarried... Read more »
You should contact an attorney but generally speaking bigamy is actually a criminal offense under Texas law, although a defendant can escape conviction if they reasonably believed they were not already married when they entered their second marriage.
my wife and son were staying temporarily in California for their safety while our home was being remediated/ renovated. while out in California she decided to file for residency for both her and our son, without my knowledge or consent, and then file for divorce. it was stated and agreed upon prior... Read more »
Sorry to hear you are having this problem, but you really need to hire an attorney where this case is pending to properly represent you. There is no form contesting residency of the petitioner in a dissolution proceeding in California, it has to be specially written. You need an attorney to...Read more »
Community Property is property that is acquired DURING the marriage. (sometimes in contemplation but most often during) Since you bought the car "years before the marriage" this is your separate property and she is not entitled to have of the proceeds from sale. UNLESS, you made a gift...Read more »
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I have to admit that I don't really understand your question, but I can tell you that this is not Divorce, Family Law, Real Estate or Traffic tickets, and if you don't post in the right category then attorneys who CAN understand your question won't see it. You might want to contact...Read more »
I filed for divorce in 2019 and my other half was never served as they couldn’t locate him due to him being homeless. I didn’t pursue it much further and now the case is closed, but It wasn’t finalized. It was closed due to lack of activity. Do I reopen the case or start a new petition?
It should be less expensive to reopen as opposed to beginning a new case. Check the fees with your local clerk's office. You will still need to serve him. There are other methods such as service by publication when a person cannot be found. Look for a free consultation with a local family attorney.
My spouse retained an attorney and filed a petition for dissolution of marriage (Illinois). I have not retained an attorney due to financial constraints, but I negotiated with my spouse directly. My spouse had her attorney revise the proposal based on our negotiations and had it sent to me again... Read more »
It is not possible to determine what holds up the signing by the other party which was agreed to be signed by both. Possibly you need to discuss legal methods to facilitate that signing or case completion with a counsel of your choice even remotely.
I placed my spouse on the deed however, the mortgage is solely in my name. I have made every payment on the loan myself. We have three children living with me and I’ve been deemed primary custodial parent by temporary orders. He is planning on forcing me to sell the house within 6 months after... Read more »
This house is marital property since it was purchased during the marriage. Also, it is titled jointly. Marital property is to be allocated "equitably', which mans "fairly", not necessarily "equally". The court will probably not care who made the payments, especially if...Read more »
In Oregon, there is a legal presumption that the value of any asset, except inheritances or gifts, acquired during the marriage will be shared equally at the time of divorce. Typically in Oregon the court uses the value of assets at the time of divorce, not separation. There are some exceptions....Read more »
The divorce process requires both spouses to file the required affidavits of property and income with the court and provide copies to each other. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to advise you.
He certainly can. Usually, a court may use any of 3 dates when valuing assets and liabilities: 1) date of separation 2) date of filing the divorce petition or 3) date of final judgment. There are different circumstances which may warrant which date is used. Of course, you and your attorney would...Read more »
The paperwork was filed in contra costa county. We live in solano now. We only had 1 child at the time the other papers were filed. We now have 2. How do I proceed with divorce? Or am I stuck at his mercy because he filed the paperwork 2 years ago and never closed? I also want to move to my parents... Read more »
Division of assets in a divorce action in Mississippi is governed by caselaw such as Ferguson v. Ferguson. You will not find an average percentage used to divide assets. The Court takes into account such things as when and how the property was acquired, who maintained the property, how was the...Read more »
I just went through a divorce and the judge granted my ex the home. She asked for the home so she could sell it to pay her student loans but never filed anything in court about how much these loans are or anything except she painted the house and put a fence up. Is there someway i can have this... Read more »
My wife admits to adultery, but says we have nothing to share after 22 marriages. I asked my lawyer to answer my questions. But he didn't. Now my lawyer writes in the decree that the petitioner (I) is adulterous. Forcing me to sign if I don't sign no longer represents me. I was... Read more »
You immediately fire that attorney who does not fairly and ethically represents your legal interests. In fact, it appears that that licensed professional courses you improperly to sign a fraudulent document admitting to adultery that will have a legal effect on your family law process.
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