She is from Jordan and is living with me - we have not had any relations. I want her out of my house and out of my life. She is here on a tourist visa. She has two children - she signed a pre nuptial agreement.
During a divorce, many couples go through a process called equitable distribution, which is essentially the division of any property owned during the marriage. One or both spouses may also request spousal support (alimony) or child support.
Obtaining financial documents, especially income...Read more »
You can file for divorce in Virginia as long as either you or your spouse have lived here for at least six months prior to filing. So if you have lived in VA for at least six months, you can file here.
If your children live in North Carolina, a Virginia court would likely not have...Read more »
My parents bought the dog for me and the dog has lived with me at college. She is very attached to me and I have been the primary caretaker of the dog. I even have ESA paperwork filed at my college for the dog. The problem is that all of the dogs paperwork is in my mothers name. I am recently... Read more »
The short answer to your question is no, this would not be grounds for having your case thrown out.
Law enforcement officers can stop your vehicle to give you a citation when they notice you have broken the law in some way, such as by speeding or disregarding a traffic signal. While this...Read more »
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