After lots of different things, she was dead set on divorcing me. But because of circumstances, I had to be the one to file unless she wanted to give up a job opportunity. I refused to file because I didn't want divorce, and all of the sudden the idea of separation came up. She took the job... Read more »
Im going through a divorce its been 9 months waiting. I fell in love with someone who has misdemeanors for dumb traffic things. He had some stuff in his teens. Hes changed and wanting to be a fireman or go into marines to be a combat medic. Im worried that my Ex husband who is not a good guy might... Read more »
husband had a stroke in 2018 he has never been the same. I know that his mental capacity has changed because of this. I will lose my home. He has said he doesn't care. I will lose everything I have invested in this home. He now lives with his son . What can I do so the bank will approve the... Read more »
I believe child support ceases upon his death. It's your mom to whom he owed the support, not you. In fact, many states require the payor to obtain life insurance to cover the projected child support in case the payor dies before its paid.
I have text messages of him agreeing to pay it since he lives 3 hours away. I have pictures of him with his mistress and he's always taking her out on dates. Can I filed a motion to enforce court order. Today is the last day before the car insurance is cancel. He bought a new phone. He... Read more »
It depends on the wording of the "standing order" in your divorce case.
A typical "standing order" regarding auto insurance prohibits either party from: "6.3 Canceling, altering , or in any manner affecting any casualty, automobile, or health insurance policies...Read more »
Hi, my sister and her husband need to get a no-fault divorce. She lives with me and is bedbound and he just recently moved to a nursing home, and he is bedbound as well. They have been separated since 2016. There are no children, and she is going to give him the home. Is it possible for them to... Read more »
No. Speak with a local attorney. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
Marriage five years we never lived together in usa seperated before she entered usa she lives at sc her name was never added to bank account or deposit any money to it according to sc equitably low can she get some we seperated after two years of marriage
You should speak with the attorney who assisted with the divorce. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
My ex husband and I have been divorced a few years. We share 4 children. In our decree we each claim 2 of our children on our taxes. I have primary custody and he has visitations. This year our oldest son has stopped his visitations with my ex husband. He has solely lived with me since the first... Read more »
I have been divorced for 4 years now and my ex-husband refuses to pay the spousal support I was awarded. He was paying the full amount of 1000 monthly for approximately 6 month after the divorce. Then he decided to pay 500 monthly for the past 3 years, and lastly 250 for a month back in June. He... Read more »
You are most likely talking about a Deed of Trust to Secure Assumption. In a divorce proceeding, if a residence has a mortgage and is awarded to one spouse, that spouse typically signs a Deed of Trust to Secure Assumption in favor of the dispossessed spouse to secure the payment or refinance of...Read more »
My divorce finalized in 2018, City of Saint Louis, MO jurisdiction. My ex and I owned 2 cars as marital property. The decree's property settlement awarded one car to each of us and we each filled out, signed and had notarized MO Dept of Revenue form 768 gifting the car mentioned in the... Read more »
It is wise for you to make an appointment to consult with an experience family law and divorce attorney. Generally speaking anything earned during the marriage is considered marital property. Despite the fact that she may not have contributed to the account, the fact that you own an account between...Read more »
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