Signed agreement without understanding that I could never get spousal support. Now disabled and low income, need money. Ex made a lot of money. Can I get that agreement/order reversed and seek spousal support?
I filed a DV Rest. Order once on this person. On 10/1/20 , my case had info updated with: Temporary Restraining Order-CLETS (Existing). Im not sure if this means that this person is in the CLETS system? If so, the person was on both State and Federal probation, yet neither department knew about it.... Read more »
After I left my ex and I took the kids with me. Child support started taking my income . I didn’t know she was collecting welfare while we were living together . So I filed to cancel order due to lack of notice and fraud and motion was granted. She moved and started collecting welfare in another... Read more »
You need to file a motion with the court (child support court/superior court??) and have an actual hearing, rather than contacting case workers and waiting for them to take appropriate action. While the children are in your custody, you should not be obligated to pay child support. The trial...Read more »
You've mixed a lot of legal issues here. Your immigration status isn't really relevant to your divorce questions. If you want a divorce, you should file for divorce. You can request spousal support and anything else you believe you are entitled to. Note that the length of the marriage...Read more »
He use to abuse me and be very controlling, now that he has received 50% he has started to be very controlling and very difficult. he is telling me he wont sign the divorce papers unless i give him 100% custody of my daughter im currently 8 months pregnant with my second not from him and he is... Read more »
My soon to be ex wife and I are getting a divorce. We are still very good friends and are doing the paperwork together. She started an LLC on her name to which I participated. We would like the divorce to go forward but I also do want the company split in two in terms of ownership. Do we need to... Read more »
My wife sold home for $845K after divorce, in 2020. In 2019 she stated house was worth $535K the actual home mortgage was $490K according to my credit report. The wording of the agreements states that only the judge can make changes to the divorce after it is submitted to the court if substantial... Read more »
If a house is under her name and someone elses, and it was done while we were married am I entitled to half... isn't it true no property or money can transferred while going thru a divorce what will happen if it isn't followed
California family code 755 gave authority to slash my retirement benefits in half pending court resolution behind my ex s request. Leaving me with all the bills then cutting my check in half that I can no longer afford to pay, how is this justifiable?
I was married in California, but only lived together for 2 years. We've been separated 15 years with no combined assets/finances. Our child is now 18 years old. Is there any reason the divorce could be contested?
Depends on what you think "contested" means. When filing for divorce, you file your petition and summons and then serve the other party. They either respond to the petition by filing a response or they don't. If they don't, you proceed by default, if they do, then you proceed...Read more »
And someone took them. I then bought another pair of earrings with my money to replace them. We are breaking up and he is trying to take them and claim that he can because I lost the pair he originally bought so I owe him. Can he take them from me if I bought them even if I lost the pair he bought?
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