While I understand that the code states that spousal support continues until the death of either party or the remarriage of the supported party for cases of long-term marriages, I know the supporting spouse could request that spousal support be terminated or reduced at some point. I'm... View More
Post-dissolution litigation of spousal support is one of the most difficult and expensive undertakings in family law. For long term marriages, the law states that there is a presumption of permanent support, until the death of either party, or the remarriage of the supported spouse. Courts do...View More
If the order says that she must sign the deed but fails to do so, you can file a motion to request an "elisor" which is the court clerk signing in her place. You should contact an attorney to assist you in preparing this motion.
My mom and family live in NM and are willing on helping me and my family out so I can further my education. Cost of living is also cheaper out there. My son doesn't want to stay with his dad and his dads ex is willing on writing a statement due to my sons fathers actions on him not wanting to... View More
You are seeking what is known as a "move away" order, and these can be difficult to achieve. There are several factors the court will consider, and these frequently lead to long trials if the non-moving parent opposes the move. You should meet with an attorney to discuss your case and see...View More
You need to wait until you receive your final judgment before you can remarry, otherwise your second marriage will be invalid as bigamous, and it can cause several other legal problems down the road. The court will not prepare your judgment for you, you must do so yourself. If you have already...View More
My then-13 y.o. son was violent with me in my own home in January, 2016. I called the police and they took him away to a psychiatric facility for evaluation. He was released two hours later to his father. Since then, my son refuses to speak to me and answered all my initial attempts to communicate... View More
Unfortunately, since your son is still a minor, you are obligated to provide support to him until he reaches the age of majority or is emancipated. A child's bad behavior does not excuse the parent's obligation to support him or her. You may want to consult with an attorney who can...View More
Depending upon when your divorce was entered, you may be able to set aside the judgment due to fraud. Furthermore, support is always modifiable post-judgment based on changes in circumstances. You should consult an attorney and ask them if the set-aside remedy is available based on the statute of...View More
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