I suggested i take both full time and she said no. What do I do?
answered on Feb 28, 2022
A petition for modification needs to be filed to change the current custody arrangement.
Is there an specific form for filing this petition after receiving approval from the judge/court? I recently just filed a motion seeking official approval to file the petition/affidavit for doing this? Cant find the name of the form that can be filled out and completed.
answered on Dec 2, 2021
Google Iowa court forms. The site has legal forms for unrepresented parties.
We own a house. Haven't had it for a year yet. I'm the only one on the mortgage but both our names are on the deed.
answered on Nov 12, 2021
In Iowa, the Courts will divide property and debts obtained during the marriage. Therefore, if the house was obtained during the marriage, it could be considered marital property.
What recourse does a husband have in Iowa if his wife is openly committing adultery and refuses to stop?? The only respite she is offering is a divorce for which the husband has to pay along with losing half of the assets. She is openly mocking him by saying that in Iowa, he is screwed by the... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2021
Adultery cannot be used against the other spouse in Iowa. In Iowa, spouses generally divide marital property and debts equitably.
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