My spouse is avoiding service and is refusing to sign anything. He is also been charged with three counts of domestic violence against me and is avoiding arrest and court on these issues also and now has felony warrants. There is bail conditions set that he cannot see or speak to me and one of our... View More
You can file the divorce along with a motion for alternate service. You will need to submit with the motion an affidavit showing what efforts you have made to serve him as well as something from the sheriffs dep as to their efforts. You can ask that he be served by publication or any other means...View More
If you're referring to a no contact order in the bail bond, it is possible to have it removed by the Court before arraignment. The defendant will need to file a motion to have the condition removed and the court will schedule a hearing on it for the court to decide whether to remove it or not....View More
My first attorney verified to the Overseers of the Bar our prenup was invalid and I lost the benefit reporting him for writing a handwritten order with my signature forged on it, which gave my husband, defendant full control of our finances.
I would have to see the PFA order to know for sure, but if the Order specifies phone calls only then any other contact, including through text, is likely a violation of the Order.
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