I let my friend borrow my truck without my husband permission his name is on the title not mine or im not on the insurance she got a ticket for no driver license and now she dont want to pay what to do
I was looking over my child support payments, no balance. And I always wondered if it is possible to open a child support case while married. My ex-wife opened this case in 2009 but we were divorced in 2010, so I always wondered how was that even possible to open a case while married.
He died in AK. The will was drawn in PA, where I live. I know his kids have to be served. I was told if they contest I would most likely get nothing. I have 3 options, let the house rot, serve them and take my chances or serve them and offer a deal up front! I cant believe I would be entailed to... Read more »
We have two children and I will be keeping the home. I can't uproot the children and cause them more trauma to get our 30 day separation but my husband isn't taking me seriously when I tell him to move out. His family doesn't want to get involved, but I can't get him to move out of the house.
You do not have to live separate and apart ,in the literal sense , to file for divorce but separate and apart as not being husband and wife ie no sex ,separate bedrooms etc etc. The real issue is, are you safe?
He believes he gets all, Home, Tools, all antiques. He hasn’t even called to discuss if there is even a will. There are 3 in all to inherit the property. Total of it all land is valued at $250k tools and antiques probably if sold in auction another $175. I have not lived near them in years but... Read more »
We separated after he hit my son, I have asked multiple times to please sign but he wouldn't. I have children from a previous relationship. We have no assets, children nothing! I don't know where he currently lives & have no idea how to go about getting a divorce. Please help me.
I'm under contract to purchase a pair of adjacent lots. The sale is bound to another in an asset forfeiture case. Because there are some special requests on the other sale, our close has drawn out nearly 5 months. I'm just wondering how long this can draw out.
Contracts are open for a reasonsablre time only. The amount of time is usually set out but when it is not set out it becomes a reasonable amount of time as anticipated by the parties. It would seem that 5 months is more than reasonable.
There is no time limit on how long you must stay married in order to file for a divorce in Arkansas. Depending on what your grounds would be, there is a possibility for an annulment which is just about the same process and costs of a divorce.
Generally the owner or mortgage holder has the right of inspection. That right is usually granted in the contract documents. However giving them a key is a big ask. My suggestion would be to give a key to someone you trust if they want to inspect. Without seeing the paperwork I am just stating...Read more »
My uncle hired a lawyer on his own to appoint himself administrator of parents estate. My mom and aunt then hired a lawyer to petition against him. Judge appointed a unbiased administrator who just happens to be prosecuting attorney for county. The probate was final in court. The estate paid the... Read more »
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