Not possible to answer based on limited information provided. You can try and contact Legal Aid for your county and see if they can step in to help. Or you can try and mediate the case yourself. Fortunately, mediation is a lot less formal than Court and you will know the facts of the case. You can...Read more »
We have two checking accounts. My name is also on the account his deposit goes into. I have another checking account where my deposit goes. Am I able to take my name off the one account and make it to where we can not transfer money from one actor the other.
Your question would need to. have a lot more information before anyone can answer definitively. If divorce petition has been filed, then you will need to review the County Standing Orders to determine what you may or may not do. This is totally different in each county. If divorce has not been...Read more »
Call the Sheriff's Department and ask to speak to a supervisor. The Sheriff is tasked with enforcing Court Orders. If they still won't do anything, call the Court and ask to speak with the Judge's assistant or Clerk. Tell them what is happening and ask if they wouldn't mind...Read more »
There is lot more information that any lawyer is going to need to answer your question definitively. However, as a general rule of thumb, w/a lot of exceptions - anything earned or acquired during the marriage is community property and subject to division accordingly.
When we got married we were only 17 once we decided to go our separate ways we never filed for divorce. We do not have kids together. It’s been 16 years that we separated. I now live in Texas and I’m not sure where he is we lost contact. I just want to get the process done but not sure how to... Read more »
You can get divorced without knowing where the other party is located but the requirements are a little different than if you were able to have the other party served with process. You are going to be required to prove due diligence was taken to try and find the other party and as long as this...Read more »
Both married in Texas, not in agreement and without legal representation with two minor children under age 15 years of age. The mother is being tormented by this individual, should she do more than look for a lawyer to protect her and her children's rights?
Anyone can apply for a divorce as long as they are a resident of the county in which they file their legal action. She will not lose her rights as a parent. Immigration problems are another issue for which you will have to consult an immigration lawyer. Those policies change so frequently that you...Read more »
If I understand your question, you are asking if you have any recourse for action when your wife of 20 years has filed for divorce? Yes, you do but if one person wants a divorce, practically speaking, a court is going to grant the divorce. However, if you are asking if you have to pay her...Read more »
The way a property is titled is irrelevant. If the home was purchased during the marriage, barring certain exceptions, it is community property and subject to community property division rules upon divorce.
While it is not the best practice for a loan company to grant a loan with only one of the married couple's signature on the documents, there is nothing illegal about it. Unless a divorce was currently pending and the County in which it was filed had instituted Standing Orders preventing the...Read more »
I have brought the house back from foreclosure and lived off of a half salary to pay the insurance. I llive on 1,500 per month and he has not made the house payments since January and he was already behind on the payments. I told my husband that he would have to take up the cost of insurance and he... Read more »
This sounds like it may be a potential contempt matter. If you have a written order where he was directed to pay these items, you may be able to have him held in contempt. You should seek the advice of a qualified Texas divorce lawyer to more specifically answer your questions.
Courts have not closed and you can still file for divorce. Courts are operating on a limited basis but e-filing is mandatory in Texas so you can file for divorce. You may not be able to obtain temporary relief depending on what you are requesting but it would be a good idea to reach out to a Texas...Read more »
Hire a great DUI lawyer immediately. Your license is in the process of being suspended. A lawyer can get a hearing scheduled and can potentially successfully resolve this for you. Call my office at 866-822-7352. We have many payment plans available and appear all over the State of Georgia.
...I realised he was violent, I broke up with him. After ignoring his texts and calls he sent the compromising photos to my ex-husband on Facebook in a post that was public. My son and his friends saw these photos before my ex deleted them. I deactivated my Facebook account but he apparently took a... Read more »
Son had one drink at a restaurant. Did not even drink it all. He passed out while driving and hit two cars. No one was hurt but him. Both parties was paid good by the insurance company. He woke up handcuff to a hospital bed. He spent about 6 days in jail. Because he was driving a friends car. The... Read more »
Have your son call my office at 866-822-7352. We have many different types of payment plans, depending on the underlying test that was performed. Since you mentioned that your son was in the hospital, I am guessing that this may be a blood draw DUI. If so, then those are very complex and require...Read more »
My boyfriend was attending family violence classes so that he could get off probation. Somehow they didn't log in how many days he had came to class. Not to his knowledge (until just recently) he was kicked out bc they thought he missed the maxium amount of days. His p.o was told this info... Read more »
You can sue for any reason, but the real question is "can you win?" I cannot see any theory of liability that would afford a litigant damages in this scenario. How could you prove that the "business" messed up. This is one of those situations where just because you can...Read more »
Parents are divorced. Can a father voluntarily relinquish parental rights when both parties agree and would this end child support payments the mother no longer wants them. All in the state of GA child is 8 year old.
You should seek the advice of a qualified Georgia Family Law attorney. Your question does not have enough information to answer completely. All decisions regarding this type of matter, child support, medical expenses, insurance coverage, etc are set the standard of the "best interested of the...Read more »
Because the courts are run by judges with experience in dealing with people claiming they do not "own" a car and know that it is very unlikely that you do not have access to or are using a vehicle on a regular basis. I heard this 2 times a day from people that thought they were going to...Read more »
You might need to state your question a little differently. A "lease" is never going to be a party to a divorce. I am not sure what you are asking for but if you want documents for a legal matter that are in another's possession, you have a couple of options. First, if this is an...Read more »
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