You should always understand what is going on in your immigration case. If you don't, you need to call your attorney and get more information. Some immigration cases can take a long time due to visa backlogs or court backlogs. Without...View More
The foreign child needs to get an order from a state law Judge which contains specific findings of abandonment, neglect or abuse by the natural parents (either the biological father or biological mother or both). These findings must be...View More
She is going to AT for the Army Reserve and I live in Tennessee. I have asked to keep my son here with me in Tennessee while she is gone but she did not want to mess up his routine with daycare. I am really nervous about my son bouncing around from one relative to the next while she is gone and I... View More
You should contact an attorney in Tennessee. Take a copy of your custody agreement or other proof of agreement with your ex. Please also note that there are special considerations for individuals in the military.
The marriage was conducted in Seychelles and has not been officially recognized in any other country. My boyfriend holds Brazilian citizenship and his ex is Australian. Is there any obstacles to him marrying again without first recognizing the marriage and divorcing outside of Seychelles? Neither... View More
Hello! I'm curious as to why the marriage was not officially recognized in any other country. If the marriage was not valid pursuant to the laws in Seychelles (ie. it was not done properly), then it may not be a valid marriage and he will be free to remarry. The risk here, is if the marriage...View More
I told her she had paid a penalty for do so before 59½. To save her that again, since I was over 59½, I offered to lend her $40k ($20k + $20k; secured by two, separate Promissory Notes) from my IRA, as advances on her ½ share of our home when we sold it (we were waiting for the market to... View More
Hi there. This sounds like a very fact-intensive question. You should hire an attorney to help you with this process because you have a lot at stake. An attorney will review the language in the promissory note as well as the money earned that contributed to the IRA. You should also have the...View More
Possibly. He should contact an attorney for more help. If he is living in California he will be able to file for divorce, but serving his with the papers will be the problem since she is in Malaysia. Is the wife willing to get a divorce? If so, the process will be much smoother.
Our final divorce papers do not indicate that educational expenses are to be an expense that my ex and I are to share. I told her I did not approve of the tutoring expense and she went ahead with it anyways. I want the best for my daughter and have been helping her, along with my family, on her... View More
I agree with my colleague. If the expenses were not listed in a parenting plan or some type of judgment from the court then she cannot require you to pay them unless the judge orders it. This means that she will have to go to court to ask for this type of modification, at which time you will be...View More
Respondent only pays the court fee if he wants to appear in the case. If 30 days has passed since he was served with the petition for dissolution then you will be the one who will file the default documents as well as a copy of the agreement. Go here for more information:...View More
I'm not clear as to where you filed for divorce originally, California or Texas? If you filed in California, I may be able to help you. Please contact me so we can talk about this over the phone: (619) 356-1448.
Typically, both spouses are required to disclose assets and sources of income. If your husband is refusing to disclose the information I strongly recommend you contact an attorney for help. Based in the information you provided, I cannot tell you who will have to pay alimony or an exact amount...View More
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