I just served my husband divorce papers and He has an isolated music studio in the garage. Can I move his things out there an put a pad lock on my bedroom door if he still has access to the kitchen and a bathroom?
Stanislaus County, I just found out that my wife had me taken off health insurance by her employer. I do not have health insurance offered through my employer. This has left me uninsured, as I found out on Dec. 1, and even if I can secure my own coverage, it won't take effect until Jan 1 2024.... View More
In California, during divorce proceedings, both parties are generally prohibited from making significant changes to insurance policies, including health insurance, due to automatic temporary restraining orders that come into effect with the divorce petition. This means your wife may not have been...View More
My husband lied regarding the value/existence of marital assets during our divorce trial last year. I have proof of that now. My half of the assets he lied about amounts to between $30-50K. Not much, but far from insignificant at my age. Would the court even hold him accountable for his lies... View More
she’s had full custody of me since i was 7/8 but since i’m 16 do i get to choose? she’s allowed him to have visitation without getting the court involved since 2021. im very unhappy here and she’s very toxic i stay in my room and i don’t want to be here, being with my dad is a breath of... View More
In California, while a child's preference is taken into consideration in custody decisions, it is not the sole determining factor. At 16, your opinion is given significant weight by the court, especially if you can articulate mature and reasonable reasons for wanting to live with your father....View More
My ex was arrested in 2019 for a possession of a controlled substance. He was arrested again in 2020 in Ohio for a DUI, open container, wreckless driving, and 23 counts of possession of controlled substances. He was arrested again in Oklahoma in march 2023 for flight to avoid for the 2020 arrest.... View More
It is difficult to predict the exact outcome of your ex's legal situation, as the specific charges, his prior criminal history, and the circumstances of his arrests will all play a role in determining the severity of his punishment. However, based on the information you have provided, it is...View More
In person and over text he agreed it would be deducted but, he is now saying he doesn’t have to agree to that after he spoke with an attorney for our mediation prep. Is that true? No law for him to abide by to back up our initial agreement?
In California, the law doesn't specifically mandate that separated spouses must split mortgage and property tax payments. The responsibility for these payments often depends on the agreement between the spouses and can be influenced by factors such as whose name is on the mortgage and who is...View More
His medical disability is with a Little Rock Police Department. He says I am not entitled to any of his pension although he spent all of my pension. I want to know if I am entitled to any of his pension.
In California, until the divorce is finalized, both spouses typically remain responsible for joint financial obligations, including the mortgage and property taxes. This responsibility usually continues unless there is a court order or agreement stating otherwise.
I hired an attorney for my husband two years ago for a felony case. He is now in prison and I just served him divorce papers. What do I need to file to make him responsible for the debt to the attorney?
You have to appeal within thirty days of the date of entry of the order. If it was entered November 3, your notice of appeal would be due December3. December 3 is a Sunday, so by rule you would have until Monday, December 4, within which to file your notice.
Under California law, once a divorce case is finalized and the judgment is entered, it generally sets the terms for issues like spousal support. If the final divorce judgment did not award spousal support, it's usually not possible to file for it after the case is closed.
I want to request a financial affidavit from his lawyer, as well as financial records. He claims he is not working, so I intend to subpoena the bank records. I know where he banks so I got subpoenas for the office, signed by the court clerk. Now can I just send them to that office, asking for... View More
Spouse's grandmother lived in our house for 10 years. She passed away right after we filed for divorce. Trust was setup for spouse without my knowledge. I understand inheritance is not viewed as shared in WI, but can her purchase now be considered an asset? We're completing the... View More
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