A Protective Order also called an Order of Protection can be filed in Family Court, Divorce Court, or Criminal Court. In order to exclude your spouse or significant other from the home, you will need to request an exclusionary order. This will require you to allege specific dates in your...Read more »
I filed a order to “Show just cause” in Richmond county Staten Island Supreme Court. Court date is October 17th, to stop my ex husband to cut off my spousal support because he quit his job with the NYPD at age 54. He had 8 months to make 20 years.
If your spouse quit his job or is intentionally working below his earnings capacity in an effort to avoid/reduce his child support obligations you should inform the court. Show the court your spouse's prior income through his tax returns, w2, payroll statements, etc. If your spouse is not...Read more »
Interfering with the parent-child relationship is known as "alienation." Courts take alienation very seriously because it is harmful to both children and the alienated parent. Some examples of alienation are: instructing the child to say harmful things to a parent,...Read more »
You should immediately inform the court that your spouse is not complying with the court order. The judge may request a conference to find out what's going on. You can also file an Order to Show Cause to request immediate action from the court, such as precluding a spouse from interfering...Read more »
A lawyer is always recommended, but not always required. For a simple uncontested divorce, where the parties agree to the terms, you may be able to file the paperwork yourself. However, you will need to make sure you file the correct papers. In the event you erroneously file something or leave...Read more »
My husband has abandoned me after 19 years of marriage. He transferred all his money overseas to Cyprus, Europe. He left me with no financial support here. He won a law suit settlement recently during our marriage. He is also a stakeholder in a restaurant (unsure of the percentage). He has also... Read more »
In New York, marital property is distributed through a process called equitable distribution. Many factors affect how the court will allocate marital property, such as the length of the marriage, each spouse's contribution to the marriage, etc. In some cases judges will split marital...Read more »
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