The divorce agreement was for the Defendant to be moved out in 2005. She did not move out until Dec 2016. Also, all money owed to the Plaintiff was to come out of the home. The Defendant decided not to pay for the home starting in 2004 even though she received her alimony. Is there any case law on... Read more »
She wants me to pay for her trip to Jamaica too (where the funeral will be) or she won't allow the kids to go.I'm already paying entirely for the kids ( passports,plane fair,hotel)The funeral is in two weeks.
I put down $5000 retainer 15 months ago. He asked for $3000 more to appear at MESP and finish up any remaining paperwork. I take home about $400 a week. I dont have the funds to hire another attorney. This is a simple divorce with no child support, alimony or property/assets/investments to split.... Read more »
A divorce can take as little as 45 days or more than a year depending on the issues, county, the ability of the parties to reach an agreement on at least some issues or all. A party cannot be forced into an agreement and that is what can take the longest or lead to a trial.
A good friend's wife has filed for divorce. Everything was thrown at him so fast and he signed papers that he now regrets signing. Although they were supposed to be signed in front of a notary and weren't. She's trying to limit his time with his kids, take the house free and clear and leave him... Read more »
He left and relocated to his mother's. We now live a hour apart and I have had to go back to work. Working two jobs. Often on weekends that he has kids. He wants me to pick up the kids after his weekend. So I wouldn't get them till 9:30 at night on the Sunday's he has them. Instead of him bringing... Read more »
It depends on if there is a court order. If there isn't an order addressing this, you should go back to family court and address this issue before it becomes the status quo and a court may not change it.
The value of the house should be yours unless you added money to the asset during the marriage then the spouse could be entitled to the increase from that addition. If your spouse lived in the home, your spouse may be entitled to a share in the house if it was the marital home.
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