My husband owns property under joint tenancy with right of survivorship with his brother and sister. He wants to become a tenant in common so he can leave his assets to his wife when he dies instead of his brother and sister. Can he sever joint tenancy under PA law? If yes , how?? Can he do so... View More
My husband and I have a court ordered visitation schedule. I have sole custody he has visitation. The order states he will have every other year for christmas and thanksgiving. This order was finalized in may 2014. He did not show up for visitation for wither holiday in 2015 and says since he did... View More
My ex and i have been married twice now. During the first divorce i didnt have a place for my daughter to live with me since i had been kicked out so she went to live with her father. he then took me to court to get full custody of her which i happily gave to him. We got back together a few months... View More
I found out that my wife cheated on me. I am contemplating a divorce. I am curious how the court will split our home and single son. My son is adopted, he is also my cousin as he was born to my uncle who was unable to care for him. We are both employeed though I work a night shift and I am... View More
We both want a divorce ASAP what are the steps we need to take i will be leaving va shortly what can i do she has cheated on me every year of our marriage she's run off numerous times im finally out of love with her and its no saving it so what now
I found out not too long ago from health insurance that my husband has that I was cut off, saying that he had divorced me in 2007, he lives in Alabama and that is where the divorce took place, I contacted the state and got an certified letter stating that there is no divorce papers in Alabama. The... View More
It is legal, but the law states alcohol can only be consumed on private, non alcohol-selling premises, with parental consent. Some examples of locations would be a private home, private office, or private property with the consent of a parent.
It is very, very rare to go all the way to trial in a divorce case. If you are at this step, basically it means you and your spouse will appear before a judge, there is no jury. What this means is the judge will decide what happens with all unresolved marital property based on evidence and witness...View More
A DA may resolve the DUI case without mentioning the forfeiture of the car. However, this does not mean the DA will not seek to keep the car - regardless if it is the person arrested or not. They may claim it is an instrumentality of a crime.
In situations such as these, hiring a DUI...View More
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