Improvements, not repairs, usually increase the value. You don’t generally receive dollar for dollar value increase for those improvements. If there was an appraisal pre-repairs, though, perhaps you can show increased value now.
Parents have superior rights. Your other parent could seek custody but must show a change of circumstances since custody was given to mother and that it is in your best interest for the other parent to have custody. For a non-parent to gain custody, your mother must be shown unfit.
I’m sorry for your situation. Given the short marriage, your divorce will not be a difficult case. The problem will be whether your husband makes it difficult. You can obtain the necessary paperwork from you local domestic relations court and file yourself or seek a divorce attorney In your area....Read more »
Hello, I'm married, bit haven't lived with my spouse in over a year. I have a Girlfriend now and was wondering if posting things with my girlfriend on social media could effect my divorce when I decide to file.
You are free to do that. Keep in mind, however, that emotions can make the marriage termination more difficult. If your spouse becomes upset about the new relationship, she may fight the divorce. Also, if you have children, she may fight your parenting rights.
If this is just a parenting time case, your business & income are not an issue. However, if it is also a child support case, they are. Hopefully, you have evidence that you previously provided documents. As it appears you are self-employed, your business documents are relevant.
The date went back to the separation date, 3/17/2014, but it hasn't been paid out yet. As for as we know her ex has been profiting from her share still being in the fund. Decree says loses and gains. This should include the entire time period he has not paid it out. Correct?
Normally, the person receiving the money is responsible for preparing, filing, and sending the QDRO to the company to get the money paid. Look at the decree to see who was to do this. If your wife, obtain an attorney to assist you with it. If her ex was supposed to do it, file a motion for contempt...Read more »
He currently has two domestic violence charges against him, put assures me he is not finished yet. He does drugs and is very violent. He has stolen my car keys and just recently cut my brake line. I now have been given me a camera to put inside my home. I live in a trailer park in Sidney, OH... Read more »
If he has DV charges, there should be a protection order keeping him away from you. If he violates it, you can have him arrested. You could also get a civil protection order through domestic relations court against him. Further, you need an attorney in your area to assist you in filling for...Read more »
If you both agree, you can request the court put the case on hold for 90 days while you attempt reconciliation. If your wife doesn’t agree, you can file a motion foe conciliation asking the court to order her to try.
He cannot force you to leave your marital home without a court order. If you move on your own, it will be easier For him to get exclusive occupancy. You have a right to half the equity built in the house during marriage, as well as any other property.
I have been having major issues with my adoptive family for as long as I can remember and I am finally at the point where I can’t take any more. My 16th birthday is approaching soon and I have a stable job with a great income and I am trying to go about emancipation so that I can move on from the... Read more »
I agree you must respond, especially if he is trying to obtain temporary orders with the false information. Consult with an attorney in your area to assist you with your responses to have the greatest impact on the court.
In Ohio, the custodial parent or one of the parents in a shared parenting plan must live in the school district for the child to attend there. Some shared parenting plans limit where each parent can move.
He has domestic violence charges and left our house 6 months ago, no mortgage payments from him he said that since he is not living here he is not obligated to make payments. He only deposits money for our son. We agree to dissolve the marriage but we don’t agree on the child support amount... Read more »
I agree you need to file for Divorce and seek temporary support orders. In most states, including Ohio, you cannot go backwards on support, so file soon. You should consult an attorney in your area for advice considering all your issues.
Request the loan documents from the finance company to review the signature. If is obviously not yours, the may stop pursuing you. I had this succeed once. If it does work, make sure they also remove any mark on your credit reports. If they won’t stop, have your divorce attorney file a contempt...Read more »
You need to file for divorce & for temporary orders on custody. Right now, you and your wife have equal rights to your children, so you could try to retrieve them from her, but if she involves the police, they will say it’s a civil matter to be decided by the courts. You also don’t want to...Read more »
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