be upheld in a court of law? opposing attorney said if i signed quit claim deed to our home, i would only have to pay $1,000/month in support. i want to know if this is a valid offer or is he making unethical bogus offers to get me to sign the quit claim deed to our home?where can i find the awnser... View More
I am legally married about 3 years now, but I was going through a safety issue with my daughter so we both had got our names legally changed but not to my husband's last name, our identities are completely changed legally except our socials, so does that mean I am still married or divorced... View More
I was married in NY years ago, currently resident of another state and want to file for divorce. I am in need to move back to NY to care for my parents. Am I better off to move to NY with my children to care for my parents then file for divorce? If so how long do my children need to be residents... View More
Are there law cases to support that court appointed lawyer for the children in divorce cases whose parents, not the state, pay the bills can still collect outstanding fees despite substantial non-compliance with NYCRR1400, specifically failure to bill every 60 days. In fact, there was only one... View More
First, common law marriage is not recognized in New York State, unless it was created in a sister state. Further, NYS does not recognize community property. NYS is a separate property state. ED, or equitable distribution, is the division of marital property. Contact me if I can be of further...View More
If your spouse fails to reply, it raises the issue as to whether the divorce is "uncontested." However, if your spouse was properly served and you wait the statutory time period, the divorce can proceed in a "default" posture. However, I recommend contacting an attorney at...View More
It depends on what and if the judge ruled on what paperwork is being required. Failure to comply with the judge's OR YOUR LAWYER'S requests will only lengthen and possibly complicate the divorce, which will probably add to your legal expenses.
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