Although many people believe a divorce is just some paperwork, it is much more than that, and it can have a lasting impact on your life and your children. I would highly recommend retaining an attorney to represent you in the divorce.
Generally, any assets accumulated during the marriage will be equitably divided which usually starts at 50/50. There other issues that need to be considered if some of the assets existed prior to the marriage. I would recommend speaking with an attorney to discuss the details as the details can...Read more »
I married my spouse in July of 2017.. I am wanting to file divorce but I am interested in doing so AFTER i move to a different state (PA). My spouse is currently going through the immigration process and he said he is fine with me moving out of state with our two children. But i have heard that i... Read more »
You are allowed to move before you file for divorce even without your husband's consent but the issue will be that your husband can then file for divorce once you have moved and ask for the children to be returned. If your husband is in agreement for you to move out of state make sure to get...Read more »
You can file for divorce without your husband's agreement but you need to determine where the case should be filed. To determine where to file the case you need to look at where the parties currently live, how long they have lived there, and what each persons contacts are with each state. I...Read more »
How long you have been separated does not have any bearing on whether you can get divorced. Florida is a no fault state and your can get divorced whether you were still together or separated for 1 day. You do need to have an attorney assist you with determining where the divorce should be filed...Read more »
The federal tax code states that that parent that has majority timesharing is supposed to claim the child. In divorce and custody cases the Court has the ability to order the parties to rotate claiming the child for tax purposes.
First you need to determine what form of divorce you want to file. You can either move forward with a divorce by mutual agreement which is referred to as an uncontested divorce, or you can move forward with a contested divorce if there is no mutual agreement. Once you determine what type of divorce...Read more »
That would depend on how long you have lived in NC and where your wife filed the divorce. I need more information to answer your question. You can contact our office and schedule a free consultation to discuss your options in more detail.
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I'm a US Resident and I'm married for 3 years and i have a son but me and my wife didn't live together until the 5th of December 2019 when I moved from Egypt to the USA, And we agreed on getting a divorce and then i will be moving out of Florida and go to live in another state but I... Read more »
You need to contact a divorce attorney immediately to review your situation and provide you advice. Normally, if this is a Florida case, Florida is a no-fault state meaning that the reason for the divorce is usually irrelevant. Including language about cheating would normally not be appropriate. I...Read more »
It depends on the county where you are filing the divorce. In some counties, when an uncontested divorce is filed, the court will allow you to just mail in the final judgment and the judge will sign it. In most cases the court will require you, as the petitioner to attend at least one final hearing.
I want to file for a divorce from my husband of 4 years. We have a 6 year old daughter, no assets or property together. I just want out. No big drawn out battle. Not seeking for sole custody just joint custody.
It is possible that you would be able to have all the paperwork signed and filed with the courts and the order submitted without you having to actually attend a hearing. It depends on the county and making sure all the necessary paperwork is completed from both parties.
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