Q: My property has been listed in legal documents "divorce" that neither party's have rights too. How do I correct this??
My brothers wife filed for divorce, she states MY brother is sole owner she's not entitled to MY PROPERTY, in her petition for divorce. When this was brought to my attention i contacted wife to explain I own the property which I believe she fully understood this fact, i told her that even tho she checked the box she was not entitled too property, that it is her responsibility to file a amendment to correct it. She says she will not. I would like to no what my rights are to force her to correct this. I don't believe i should have to rely on my brother to respond to her petition to have this matter corrected. What are my rights and what can I do?
I inadvertently hit return on that last answer too soon!
You could file, on your own behalf, a Motion to Intervene, asserting that you need to be a part of the action in order to protect your property rights. Otherwise, you would simply be hoping your brother would be protecting your rights.
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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