The judge won't do the QDRO for you. You will need to hire an attorney, usually one with a tax background to prepare a QDRO for you. The QDRO doesn't have to hold up the divorce. You can simply get a final judgment and request that the judge sign the QDRO when it's ready.
can you fund out how a judge can make an attorney that I have gotten rid of twice can make that same attorney my legal advisor in the courtroom if I have any questions when I have stated in court that I do not want the public defenders office anywhere near my case in anyway and that I would like a... Read more »
You can request a Nelson Hearing to ask that the attorney be discharged. If the attorney is not successfully discharged, or you hire your own, the judge can allow the attorney to remain on the file as "stand by" counsel even if you decide to represent yourself. You are entitled to have an...Read more »
Yes, throwing water at someone, if they saw it, is at least assault. (battery also, if it hit them) I think prosecution is a long shot and continues to be less likely, the longer this goes on without the other person making a police report.
Your question is a little vague. Are you subject to drug testing during a custody dispute? Will you test positive for thc regardless of using legal cbd? Get a consultation to better understand your issue
You should be in contact with his lawyer to find out how you can assist the defense in the case. The defense lawyer will usually want to help you prepare an affidavit saying that you don't want to prosecute and that you don't feel that a crime was committed. In which county are the charges pending?
She has 11 charges for dealing stolen property, 10 charges in obtaining money from a second hand dealer, 1 charge for false information to a pawnbroker and 1 charge for organized fraud and she has a public defender. Her bond is $83K.
I was arrested and jailed The next day I received a visit from the P.D. office and was given the P.C. Affidavit. Three months later while still jailed I received in the mail that I was given a new P.D. I REQUIRED the newly appointed P.D. To send me a copy of the states discovery. After reception of... Read more »
I filed for child support and alimony while still living in the house owned by my husband and myself. He was not supporting me while I was unemployed. I started a job a month ago. He has filed for divorce and now wants me to pay the utility bills. Should I pay?
Are you living in the house alone? More information is needed. You can file a motion for temporary relief to take this and other issues up with the judge while the case is pending and awaiting trial. Get a consultation. Which county has the divorce?
The wife cannot legally remove your brother from the house permanently without a court order. If this situation has happened, he should file a motion for exclusive use and possession of the marital home and possibly a contempt motion for violation of the administrative order (depending on the...Read more »
My fiancé was arrested for domestic violence. I denied the right to press charges. At first hearing, the judge ordered a protection order where he cannot come home or be around me. How would I go about getting that dropped? We have been together 10 years and he has never been violent, it was a bad... Read more »
You would want to work with his lawyer to file a motion to turn the no contact provision into a no hostile contact. Then you'd want his lawyer to help you prepare a statement that says you don't want to prosecute etc. Which county is he charged in?
Don't make any admissions on this website. You may very well be charged. More information needs to be obtained to give you a better idea of what to expect. What county are you in? Get a free consultation today.
I was used the citation while attending my sons field trip 2 hours from hom so I had to take off work and drive 2 hours to be told my citation wasn’t turned in yet and now I have received a new court date in the mail
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