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0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Nevada on
Q: completing 5 year mark of permanent resident he left without saying and filed for divorce 7/k 5 he raised what Can I do

He wants to sell the home not pay child support for any child the 5 he raised don’t know he’s not their dad he claimed then on taxes I am a stay at home mom he was the sole income he claims in his divorce papers that I don’t work due to choice I just want to know what I’m entitled to since... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for California on
Q: Would a judge enforce a promise from one spouse to another that is written, emailed or texted?

My husband made many promises to me and is now saying he will not do any of them.

Are promises that were made before and during a divorce binding?

-He texted me stating that we could split custody of our two dogs. (1 dog was adopted by my spouse, 1 is adopted by me in my name, but... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for California on
Q: Signed divorce agreement 1991 no spousal support, now disabled, can I get it reversed?

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?

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Arizona on
Q: Do I have a case?

I'm looking to get a divorce. We have a business together but I am the sole owner. As of Oct 2021 he refuses to deposit the business earnings into the business account and deposits them in his personal account so I have no access to the funds. Will he be forced to return the funds into the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Domestic Violence, Family Law, Criminal Law and Divorce for California on
Q: If a case has this-10/1/20 Temporary Restraining Order-CLETS (Existing), is the "restrained" person in the CLETS system?

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 »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Pennsylvania on
Q: The gas station by my house was trying to get my fiancé on a retail theft. Well his case got dismissed on June 15 2022,

Now the cops are trying to come after me for conspiracy on his case. It’s a summary that their throwing at me but it is possible for this to happen even after his case was closed? Their not going after my fiancé again. This is not a divorce case. I think I pressed the wrong one sorry

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Criminal Law for Indiana on
Q: My ex took my phone when we broke up on Dec 15 21. Since then he has cloned my sim and hacked everything.is this legal?

He has made accounts in my name been on zoom without me knowing while I was talking with my doctor and so much more..I need this to stop I can't take it

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for California on
Q: My divorce judgment does not have my first name. Am I divorced or not?

As a married woman I used a hyphenated last name

Mrs. Me Maiden-Married. My divorce judgement said

Plaintiff Married v Maiden Married. As though Maiden is my first name my divorce was in NJ

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Divorce for Missouri on
Q: Going through a divorce. Ex documented some of her expenses/depts but they Not in her or My name. Does these count. ??

Most of my Ex expenses/depts documents are in her current boyfriends name. I wanna know if I should bring this up to my lawyer. I'm in the state of Missouri.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Support for Texas on
Q: Serving texas subpoena on a GA based company by serving it's registered agent in texas.

I have an enforcement action against my Ex in Texas court. My ex lies to court that he earns just $40,000 per year but I know he gets over $150,000 per year.

I want to secure payment records via subpoena from his work place to prove to court.

My ex works at newell company in GA.... Read more »

Rafee'a S. Majeed
Rafee'a S. Majeed
answered on Jun 30, 2022

Are you serving a Motion for Enforcement? Or a subpoena? Those are two different documents

If you are serving a Motion for Enforcement and if your ex is an employee of the company in Georgia, you cannot serve a Motion for Enforcement for your ex, by serving the company that they work for or...
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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Support for California on
Q: Is there a lawyer that can help fix this ?

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 »

Tobie Brina Waxman
Tobie Brina Waxman
answered on Jun 30, 2022

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 »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Louisiana on
Q: Foreclose after divorce.

The situation... House purchased during marriage, deed in both names. Mortgage only in my name. There was no property settlement. House is being surrendered in bankruptcy. Does my ex-spouse have legal rights to come after me for anything?

0 Answers | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law and Divorce for Arizona on
Q: Married couple has a notarized promissory note between them, and then they get a divorce, Is the note still enforceable?

There is a promissory note signed by both spouses and notarized. They have decided to divorce. Will the divorce effect the enforcement of the promissory note?

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Puerto Rico on
Q: Can I keep our home if we have 2 minors or do I have to sell it if my husband insist on it? We are divorcing.

The house was bought while married. I can afford the payment but not to buy him out.

3 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Estate Planning and Real Estate Law for Michigan on
Q: What happens to a revocable land trust when is terminates/expires?

I am a co-trustee on a revocable land trust originally designed to generate cash for our children's education. Neither child needed it for that purpose. Our divorce agreement states it will terminate upon our youngest turning 30. It does not specify what happens at termination. I am not aware... Read more »

Thomas. R. Morris
Thomas. R. Morris
answered on Jun 30, 2022

We would need to see the trust agreement to determine whether the property reverts to the grantor(s), or whether title vests in the beneficiaries. If the trust is still revocable (because the grantor(s) are alive, the grantors could revoke the trust and own the property as they choose. There is... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Divorce and Arbitration / Mediation Law for New York on
Q: Does Respondent in an Arbitration Award confirm/vacate have the Right to Respond to Petitioner's Papers?

I am the Respondent in a motion to Confirm an Arbitration Award

1. Petitioner filed a motion to confirm the Arbitration Award

2. Respondent (me) filed a Motion in Opposition and made a motion to Vacate the Arbitration Award

3. Petitioner filed a Motion in Opposition to my... Read more »

David H. Relkin
David H. Relkin
answered on Jun 30, 2022

Typically, in such an instance, the Court should allow your responsive papers to the Petitioner's motion when the opposing side raises new facts or circumstances. If you are not allowed, you can argue that the Petitioner's new facts should not be considered. A party is not allowed to... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Divorce and Arbitration / Mediation Law for New York on
Q: Does Respondent in an Arbitration Award confirm/vacate have the Right to Respond to Petitioner's Papers?

I am the Respondent in a motion to Confirm an Arbitration Award

1. Petitioner filed a motion to confirm the Arbitration Award

2. Respondent (me) filed a Motion in Opposition and made a motion to Vacate the Arbitration Award

3. Petitioner filed a Motion in Opposition to my... Read more »

Jack Mevorach
Jack Mevorach
answered on Jun 29, 2022

I think yes.

Jack

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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Arizona on
Q: I received a copy of a Motion to Set and Certificate of Readiness. Do I need to file a response?

I do not agree with what is stated in this motion, I am not ready & I cannot afford legal counsel.

Mike Branum
Mike Branum
answered on Jun 30, 2022

Yes. If you do not respond, the Court can set the matter for trial whether you are ready or not.

Do an internet search for "Arizona legal self-help." There are resources that may assist you in responding.

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Child Custody for Iowa on
Q: do I Appellee need transcript? currently only have Decree & Appellant breif

ProSe confusion whitch turned into failing to file & had 15 days i now have 7 days.

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