If you're spouse has money then the court can order him/her to pay for your fees and costs, including attorney's fees. If neither you or your spouse have any money, then you can go to a self help center at court and ask for free help and a fee waiver. They are not lawyers, they will...Read more »
It depends what the date of separation was, or if there is a date of separation. Date of Separation is a specific definition whereby both parties exhibit an intent to divorce, and do not intend to continue with the marriage. Any property acquired during marriage is community property. Marriage...Read more »
when I sold the home I'd inheirited- which I paid all but 1 mortgage payment on, plus all the taxes, utilities, and maintenance. when I bought the new home, it was entirely paid with the proceeds from the sale of my mom's. it is held in the name of my trust, and is the only item in the... Read more »
the home you inherited was your separate property. When you converted that home to money, and used YOUR money to buy a home during marriage, then he has a claim that the home is community property, absent written agreement to the contrary. If you wanted to keep it separate, you could of made him...Read more »
The interest that has accumulated from the principle debt that was acquired prior to marriage is still separate debt. Any new debt and interest on that new debt that was acquired during marriage is community. For example, if you had $1000 of credit card debt prior to marriage, and during marriage...Read more »
It's 2 years, but you need to a consult an attorney in order to go over the facts of your case. "Personal injury" encompasses many areas of law, and sometimes they have different Statute of Limitations, especially if you're suing a county, State, or any other public entity....Read more »
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