Q: husband sol provider dec 2019 unemployment 2020 - 2021 not paying bills @ moms our house forbearance can court make him
He been getting over 2500 month eorkmens comp his mother in mo has more than sufficient incomr she wants him with her wanted him to live her & me alone right after married. He works union plenty work home in az no reson stay i want counciling in AZ both us & order to make him pay bilks i have no ehere to go & cannot support myself without help. He new this when married 8 years 2 months ago. I don't want divorce just husband home he didn't soeak mother til 2019 need court order bills to be paid i see his soending today slone over $300. On junk ED pills?? Living with mother ? Over $1000. On tv alit of stuff & i can't get bills paid got covid trying to firce myself work more mire through pain he is 64 & i am 56 he also hss 401 k annunity 112,000.00 had less than 20,000. When we married. Everything i had from previous marriage gone. He told me not to worry he'd take care of me rest of my life he does not snswer my calls or texts just ignore me i psy his phone bill and can see they went t
To answer the questions that I see:
1. Arizona does have a procedure by which you can have court ordered counseling.
2. You can ask the court to enter orders regarding "spousal maintenance", so that your judge can assess whether your husband should be assisting you with your bills and if so in what amount and for how long.
3. If a portion of his 401(k) was accrued during the marriage, then you are absolutely entitled to one half of that amount.
A qualified and experienced family law attorney can of course assist you in considering your options
and then getting where you need to be. Most of us offer free, 1/2 hour consultations, in which your
matter can be discussed in detail. That would be a great opportunity to discuss the specifics of your
matter and develop a plan. I would encourage you to quickly schedule this free consultation.
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