You have to give the notice with the address. It does not have to be certified, but you should be prepared to prove they received it. So, you can send the letter via text, email and fedex to have confirmation of receipt.
You must give 30 days written notice including an address to which you are moving. If there is no case filed before the 30 days, you are free to move. If you are served with a case, contact a lawyer immediately.
It is unlikely that the divorce will be granted and you will be mailed a decree. A final hearing is usually set, if you ask for one, or you would have had to have filed all the paperwork property and filed a motion for the divorce to be granted without a hearing. It's fairly difficult for a...Read more »
Dumb me, I paid $1200 a month for the first 14 months. Not realizing how dfas works with military pay. I have stopped paying that extra $600. Still paying the alimony. I wasn't Court to pay the half of the military retirement pay. The question is, can the extra money that was paid... Read more »
This isn't a question that can be answered without an attorney looking at your settlement agreement / divorce decree. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the documents and payment history.
What kind of document do we need to make our agreement legal? I would like to create a simple letter stating the agreement rather than a formal modification (which I think is more expensive). Please advise.
I found the car not too long ago abandoned, just as he abandoned the family. He is an alcoholic with many DUI's and domestic charges. He won't be driving anytime soon. Plus I am being told he moved out of state. I need money, he has not paid any child support. I have our marriage... Read more »
Is it true that I will have to sell my house if I purchased it before marriage, I’ve paid the mortgage for 15 years with no help , I added him to my deed upon getting married , we have a child that’s in college… can I keep my property?
It is not a foregone conclusion that you will have to sell your house. Refinancing may be an option, or an exchange of other marital assets in lieu of accumulated equity. You need to speak to an attorney who will be able to look at exact numbers so they can give you specific advice.
I have been waiting for my husband to provide his check subs and sign the divorce documents for overstate vorce documents for over 6 months now. He has not provided any support for his children since may 2021. I would like to know how to proceed with pursuing past due expenditures for the last 9... Read more »
As long as he's not paying you, he has no incentive to sign. You can file for divorce, ask for a hearing for child support going forward as well as reimbursement for past expenses. Speak to an experienced family law attorney about your case.
The father has been incarcerated before and found in contempt of court, doesn’t pay child support etc. We were recently married, currently live in TX but court hearing was in Georgia, she wants me to adopt but the biological father (her ex husband) will likely not want me to be able to adopt.... Read more »
Originally it was owed by his Father. When he died it went to his Mother and when she died it went to his Stepfather. My husband didn’t get along with his Stepfather so I was surprised when his Stepfather gave him stock. Now that my husband and I are divorcing, is the 100K considered... Read more »
No one can give you an exact answer, but it is possible that the money was converted to marital property when it was placed into the joint account. Speak with an attorney about your case so they can review your documents and give you specific advice.
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