Q: Who can help an uncontested divorce, live separately. Looking for help with representation assisting for a single mom!
My daughter’ father was arrested, awaiting trial with pending charges from another counting, five counts of sexual exploitation of a child. It’s been hard for my daughter. I have been separated from my husband for nine months for the well-being of my daughter, since father’s arrest, she expressed through counseling she didn’t want to live with my husband. I now pay 100% of my daughters needs no benefits. plus sole provider, and continues to pay expenses from 2014-present time with my husband, last job, 2014. He began first job 2023 because i left. He was awarded a Worker’s Comp case $80,000, civil injury case $20,000, awarded money car fraud. He closed our accounts so I don’t have access to any money I earned or compensation He limited me from receiving property at our residence. Mom and sister moved into home they receive state assistance, mom’s SS, pays no $ for house. I still pay insurance, his expenses, paid $5000 past joint accounts for utilities and extra expenses for home
A: A divorce can only be filed as uncontested if both spouses sign all of the required paperwork. If you have an agreement that he will sign, you can hire an attorney to draft the paperwork for you. You should reach out to an attorney directly with more information, so they can determine the correct course of action.
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