If the parties combined incomes is less than 180K a year then the parties gross income, health insurance premiums for the children, daycare expenses, and at times some other expenses for the children. The amount of overnights can be a factor as well.
All items were owned long before I met my fiancé, and all are solely in my name with the car and motorcycle completely paid off. The house isn't but again, it only has my name on all documents. If things go south after we're married, can she take some or all of these, or make me sell them?
If the asset is in your sole name you will keep it (even if purchased during the marriage). Depending on if you put any money towards these assets, your spouse may have an interest in them when it comes time to a judge deciding, what, if any, monetary award should be provided to either of you.
unfortunately, unless one of you cheated on the other or there was physical harm, you will have to wait longer then you were married to actually get divorced (12 months from last time lived under same roof and/or had sexual relationships) to file.
I was issued a Stop Order for payments and a letter of termination of future payments by MD, however, TX states that I have to continue till she graduates High School, MD also states they messed up on the amount and for the past 10 years, they never included medical. They are trying to collect on... Read more »
If you have lived here for over a year yes. However, if there are children involved who live in Alabama or property in Alabama or she would be seeking alimony and you do not personally serve her it may be better for you to file in Alabama.
I am in the process of doing a Modification for Child Support, under the direction of my case worker for the Maryland Child Support Services. It states that I do not make enough to support the order stipulated by the Courts. My Question, on my paystub my GROSS income is 1714.52 with a Monthly... Read more »
see Maryland Family Law Article Section 12-201(b)(3)(xvi) expense reimbursements or in-kind payments received by a parent in the course of employment, self-employment, or operation of a business to the extent the reimbursements or payments reduce the parent's personal living expenses.
where have the children lived for the past 6 months. Depending on that answer either Georgia or that state will have jurisdiction. Note Georgia will continue to have jurisdiction until it agrees that another state is better suited.
I have been waiting for my written custody order to clarify some of the terms. I received a court order that was not consistent with my understanding of the order in court. The written order is more in my favor, but my ex is insisting that we follow what was stated in court and has retained an... Read more »
Let your ex try to prove that the written order is inconsistent with what was said on the record. Until otherwise modified the current written order is binding (unless the two of you agree to not follow it)
What Maryland Law states that "State Paid Benefits" be included as income and amounts should be added back into gross wages (before taxes). My ex-husbands attorney added back those amounts into my gross wages and is not reflected on my W2. I work for the State of Maryland and those... Read more »
Section 12-203(b)(3) (xvi) of the Family Law Article states that "expense reimbursements or in-kind payments received by a parent in the course of employment, self-employment, or operation of a business to the extent the reimbursements or payments reduce the parent's personal living...Read more »
You can try to have it changed to Maryland, but the Maryland and Florida Courts would likely talk to determine who should have jurisdiction. You would do well to first talk to a Florida attorney then to a Maryland attorney to determine what the best route for you is.
I have been making child support payments on time in full, but have been living off the kindness of friends to do so, as my income is currently unemployment. I can't continue doing this, and the mother refused mediation. I'm trying to take care of my obligations, but the length of time... Read more »
we are getting divorced, he is illegally in the US, he has alcohol issues, and he was also verbally abusive when i left him. because he believes he has all the rights he always denies all the permission to go out of the country for vacations, he tells my first yes its fine and after i get the... Read more »
If you are married and never invoked your marital privilege in the past you can advise the state attorney that you will be invoking your marital privilege. Even without your testimony the state attorney can still decide to prosecute if there is other evidence that can convict your husband.
What did the divorce decree state about child support? is it a direct payment? Is the office of child support enforcement agency involved? More information is needed before any type of general response can be provided.
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