Under the laws of Puerto Rico, the answer is yes. If you married your husband without a prenuptial agreement, all of what you have (assets and debts) will be divided by half during a divorce. Otherwise, if you signed a prenuptial agreement, the division will be different.
I'm unemployed to have nothing going for me here to give my son. I would like to leave to the United States to give my son a better life, education, ECT. I really need help on finding out what I should do so I can leave or if I could leave..
Even if the father doesn't gives you the permission to leave Puerto Rico, you can file a case of Custody and transfer of the minor to the US. This will take a while if the father doesn't consent quickly, but the Court will initiate an evaluation of the new residence of the...Read more »
My husband and I have been separated for 10 months. We have a 8 month old daughter. He has been violent, aggressive towards me in various occasions. I left to Puerto Rico, because I didn't feel safe anymore after the threats of him wanting to kill me. I have been staying with my family for... Read more »
Must the lawyer have copies of checking/saving account info, etc. to complete this process? Can you give an approximate cost to complete the process? I have been told a wide variety of costs and am quite confused about this whole process.
If your mother passed without a will, and if she left estate in Puerto Rico, you will need to initiate a process of Declaration of Heirs. For this process you will need to file a Petition in the court with jurisdiction, present evidence of the Death Certificate, if she was married a...Read more »
We signed an agreement when she decided to move from PR over to Florida at her lawyers office. The agreement established the pension I send her, it established my approval to move to Florida and my rights to have my daughter 1 month over summer vacation. She came during Christmas break as a... Read more »
I am currently in shared custody with my two parents but I would prefer to live with my mom and at least allow my dad some visitation rights. Is there a procedure for this? If so then what should I do?
Yes, as a last remedy and, in some cases, after social workers interview the child, there is a possibility that the minor can be interviewed by the judge. There has to by a reasonable cause or sustanciable controversy for that petition to be accepted by the judge. A child testifying in court about...Read more »
If you are experiencing sexual harassment, either in your work area or any place, you can file your sexual harassment claim and state the damage or harassment with evidence. If you have a witness, and documents that establish your complaint, will be mush better for your case.
The seller (dealer) is obliged to give a guarantee.
Rule 26 of the Consumer Administration in Puerto Rico (DACO) prohibits any dealer from selling a used motor vehicle without providing a guarantee to the buyer. The warranty must cover both parts and labor based on the mileage of the...Read more »
Once you receive copy of the complaint via summons, you will have 30 days to answer it and accept or deny it. You will have to file the answer in the Court that has jurisdiction to work with the case and send a copy of it via postal mail to the other parties in the case.
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