Is it true that I will have to sell my house if I purchased it before marriage, I’ve paid the mortgage for 15 years with no help , I added him to my deed upon getting married , we have a child that’s in college… can I keep my property?
It is not a foregone conclusion that you will have to sell your house. Refinancing may be an option, or an exchange of other marital assets in lieu of accumulated equity. You need to speak to an attorney who will be able to look at exact numbers so they can give you specific advice.
Generally, the state where you got married is not a factor in where the divorce is filed. You file for divorce in the State where you/your spouse are currently living. Some states have residency requirements. In Georgia, you need to live here at least 6 months prior to filing.
And parental alienation by the husband and paternal grandparents who is manipulating the child against his mother. Is it likely the mother will get full physical custody and the father supervised visitation? Is it more likely the mother will get the home? This is in Georgia USA
Originally it was owed by his Father. When he died it went to his Mother and when she died it went to his Stepfather. My husband didn’t get along with his Stepfather so I was surprised when his Stepfather gave him stock. Now that my husband and I are divorcing, is the 100K considered... Read more »
No one can give you an exact answer, but it is possible that the money was converted to marital property when it was placed into the joint account. Speak with an attorney about your case so they can review your documents and give you specific advice.
I've had him served twice and I also served him. He is currently in a Texas State Prison. When he finally responded he wrote on the top sheet " absolutely not unacceptable " signed it and sent it back. He has been in and out of Texas prison system for 8 years. Drug related charges... Read more »
If your husband won't sign paperwork, you can still get divorced. You will just need to file the appropriate paperwork and have the Court sign off on the divorce. It may also require a short court hearing. I would suggest obtaining a lawyer to help you through the process.
When you file any documents with the court you have to sign a verification saying it is true and correct. If you are later found out to have knowingly lied to the Court you can be charged with committing purgery, which can carry jail time. You should speak with an attorney to make sure you are...Read more »
My lawyers have been asking my spouse, with whom I am separated from for his check stubs to complete the docs for Divorce and child support since July 2021. Received start of Dece. Waited one month for spouse to sign docs and wanted changes. Now have to wait again. What can be done to move Divorce... Read more »
Trying to get to the heart of your inquiry, but it appears you have a messy custody/family/criminal set of intertwined issues. Unfortunately as you have discovered there are not a lot of great resources for folks in these situations outside the traditional legal system.
It may be right. There are some government retirement accounts that are not divisible. The spouse has to voluntarily pay upon retirement. This is something that should have been accounted for in your divorce order or agreement.
Divorce has been finalized and I was awarded the home and given 6 months to refinance the home and have to pay ex spouse monthly mortgage until the home has been refinanced. The judge ordered him to leave the home and take all belongings giving him 30 days. 30 days has passed and he still wants to... Read more »
You should not call the police over a minor issue. If you don't want him in the house, tell him to come by at a certain time and date and everything will be left in the driveway for him to take. Technically, he may not have the right to get anything if it's been past 30 days, but it...Read more »
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