He agreed to pay them when we split the marital debt. He failed to pay them now the creditor wants to garnish my wages. My name is no where on the actual bill. I was automatically attached to them because the company said we were married at the time.
You can be held liable if you either co-signed for the debt or if the debt is considered a "family expense." Whether a debt is a family expense depends on whether the expense conduces to the welfare of the family. Medical debts for necessary medical care have been historically held to be family...Read more »
My ex and I are getting divorced in Illinois, we bought a car together in 2014 in Virginia when I was in the military and now we are separated, I don't know her location which in a way is easier for my divorce. I have tried to find her but no one is willing to tell me where she or the car is. The... Read more »
If both names are on the title then you are both responsible for it. Even after its repossessed you may be responsible for the debt left. You should speak to an attorney. They may be able to subpoena the DMV to find the address that is registered to the VIN.
If your parental rights were terminated wrongfully i would recommend speaking with an attorney in your area and giving them the details of your case. There may very well be a Statute of Limitations running against you and you would need to get something filed within that time.
It depends if the father signed the birth certificate. If the father did not sign, he would have to file with the court to establish parentage and then once the father has been established through the courts he would have the same rights any other father has. At that point you would likely have to...Read more »
It depends. There should be no reason that you could not have overnights with your children every other weekend or some type of similar arrangement but this type of thing is usually done on a case by case basis. Find a lawyer to speak with in the county the children are living it for a more...Read more »
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