June Ann Anteski's answer If the Notice of Hearing is deficient in that it does not satisfy certain due process requirements, your divorce probably will not proceed. I recommend consulting a divorce lawyer to handle your case for you. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer If you want to present your strongest case in a custody battle, you need to wait to date someone until after you are divorced. Also, you may find that your child may be able to cope with your divorce a little easier if you are not adding third parties to the picture. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer Yes, you need to contact Legal Aid of Arkansas. They can do a telephone application for you. Usually, in two weeks, you will get a response back, either an advice letter or a letter notifying you that they will take your case. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer Your daughter in law will need to get the home refinanced and out of your name. If she has poor credit, she may encounter some difficulties. Also, if you both owe more than what the home is worth, you may encounter some difficulties. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer Yes, the executor can file a petition to pay himself for his services in handling the estate. The Judge will need to approve the petition. A receipt should be filed also showing that payment has been made and accepted. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer Generally, if you find that you do not have enough income coming in monthly to pay your bills, you have reduced your monthly living expenses as much as possible, and you have accumulated a lot of debt from credit cards or medical bills that you have no hope of being able to pay, then you may need to file bankruptcy. You need to contact a lawyer for a bankruptcy consultation. The lawyer will review your assets and your debts and inform you as to the pros and cons of filing bankruptcy. The...
June Ann Anteski's answer If you are not married to the child's mother, then you will need to hire an attorney to file a paternity action. Once the court establishes that you are the child's father, then you can seek visitation or custody. But, you may also be ordered to pay child support, obtain health insurance for your child, and pay laying in expenses, which are one-half of the medical expenses incurred during the pregnancy, and one-half of the child's medical bills.
June Ann Anteski's answer You need to file for divorce based on more than 18 months of continuous separation. You should consult a lawyer because of certain requirements that must be met to serve him in prison. You can ask the lawyer if they can set you up on an affordable monthly payment plan to pay their retainer. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer There is no set time limit. However, you need to have grounds for the annulment, such as the marriage was never consummated or your spouse committed fraud to induce you to marry him or her. Because this is complicated, your will need to hire an attorney. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer You need to contact a divorce lawyer as soon as possible. Sometimes, spouses try to conceal assets in their divorce in an attempt to deprive their spouse from claiming a marital interest in the property. You need to take legal action forthwith. Good luck.
June Ann Anteski's answer You can file for divorce pro se, without using an attorney. However, if there are property or debt issues to be decided or children involved, then I strongly recommend hiring an attorney. Good luck.
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