In the case of divorce - Trust 1, which has a clause that names the beneficiary as spouse A & states distributions are not community property, owns an S corp (an LLC). The S corp paid distributions to spouse A, which were claimed jointly as non passive income in a community property state (AZ).... Read more »
Unfortunately, you are asking a very difficult question. The answers hinge on the documents currently in place as well as the status of the divorce. The attorney will need to see if there is premarital agreement in place. If so, that agreement may control. We also need to look at the S...Read more »
Furthermore, if they do start a family and are not abusive but live in the house and are not involved (In-house absent parent) would they have partial custodial rights to the children if the family divorced. My husband and I have been together for 18 years. I love him and we have a 9-year-old... Read more »
Yes, of course a convicted felon can start a family.
But after reading your post several times, it appears that you are married, thinking about divorce, and are considering forming a live-in relationship with another man (the convicted felon, presumably). No, it is very unlikely that the...Read more »
My husband gets a pension from Ford motors. Now I have heard that I may be able to receive a part of that pension. We have been married 12 years. If this is true, will it be taken from his existing pension or not. If not, what steps do I take in order to receive this benefit. I could really... Read more »
We married in 1994. We both have been unfaithful (she had three or four kids outside of the marriage, I had one). We have been separated physically since March 1998. She has on a couple of occasions indicated that it is time to end this, but now that I am officially seeking to end it, she refuses.... Read more »
He left 7 cents in the joint account where my paychecks went to and made it seem like he was broke and struggling. He had over $20,000 in one of his accounts. I’ve been having car problems, driving an hour to and from work and ended up moving a few hours away because he kept harassing me, would... Read more »
The Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 60 provides grounds for filing motions to request a new trial after a Divorce Decree has already been granted. Failure to disclose certain assets is grounds to claim fraud and possible perjury. However, the Court may not grant the motion if there is a finding...Read more »
I want to keep the condo we purchased but don't want to see my partner in person in the home, so was thinking of staying somewhere else for 2 weeks while he collects his things and plans on where to go... but I don't want to leave if it means i could risk losing the place?
If the monied spouse files for divorce and the non-monied spouse has 20 days to respond do they have to request payment for their legal fees before they respond? Can a court appointed attorney help get both financial assets and custody of 2 children from 19 years of marriage?
I couldn't log into this new software and was a few mins late. Once in, the judge said my attorney was gone and she'd send me something to schedule another hearing so she can get a status update. She then said I can leave (there was another guy there, don't know who he was or why... Read more »
Normally at a hearing on a Motion to Withdraw there is little or no discussion about the case. You now represent yourself. You do not mention whether your spouse has an attorney. If there is no other attorney and you and your wife have agreed to the parenting plan and marital settlement agreement...Read more »
I was sick when my ex bullied me in to signing them. My ex wouldn't allow me the time to look at the papers before I signed them. I wasn't physically able to understand the papers at this time either, but my ex barked at me to just sign the papers. Other people knew about me being sick.... Read more »
Based on your question you need to take the papers to a local family lawyer for more specific advice. You call it a divorce decree but it is not clear if anything has been submitted to the court yet. You say that you signed divorce papers. Does that mean a marital settlement agreement? Please take...Read more »
She has a right to subpoena the records and they will likely comply. This will likely be at her expense. How far back depends. Clearly things that are maritalk property are available for appraisal and equitable distribution in a divorce. Talk to your attorney.
During the time of his visitation with our son for one month. When I don’t feel comfortable in agreeing being that I really wish he would use that time to bond since his visitation is only 3times a year?
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