under professional help. ive been on appeal for 3 years for ssi. my husband has been gettin ssi for the last 6 years.my mental state is fragile. ive previously left because of the on going arguing. ive got no immediate family. he does.i paid my share of resposibilities. i need him to leave. we both... View More
State of Michigan, so I know it's no fault. We purchased the house a few months after being married. I had a house, savings, and 401k before our marriage. She had income based apartment, debt, and no 401k. I used the equity from my own home, in combination with my 401k to finance the home... View More
On June 11 last year while I was at church my wife abandoned our marital home and took the kids with her, the very next day she filed a ppo with a petition full of lies and false allegations about me physically and verbally abusing her (with no evidence of course) we had a... View More
You sound like you are aware this will be an uphill battle. Are you screwed? No! Of big concern is why you haven't seen the kids in 8 months; is that because you never raised this issue with the court or your soon-to-be ex is just not complying with the order? I think with that amount of time...View More
My husband is saying he is keeping the kids and getting full custody of our kids because I don't work and don't have a drivers license. I do everything for our kids, and all the housework. He also says he isn't paying child support because he already pays child support for his other... View More
I will try to explain this the best that I can, but it's a mess. Hired a lawyer for a divorce. I had used her in the past. I lost everything in this divorce. House, car, material things. I gave her an initial payment that I had to borrow from family. Her and I agreed when the divorce was final... View More
On 9/23/23 I married my spouse. On 9/24/24 we separated due to DV and a no contact order in place. He was in jail 9/24/23-9/26/23. On 12/7/23 the no contact order was broke and reported by me and he was arrested again. On 12/14/23 he was sentenced, remained in jail until 12/30/23 and the no contact... View More
Me and my girlfriend at the time were both at the end of getting divorced? Before the divorce was finalized my girlfriend ending up getting pregnant and delivering our daughter. Since she was still married to another man legally his name was put on the birth certificate. He lives in Texas and... View More
In the context of a legal case, "re" on case papers with a docket number typically stands for "regarding" or "in the matter of." It's used to indicate the subject or nature of the case. So, when you see "re" followed by a case number, it signifies that...View More
You may not necessarily need an immigration lawyer to proceed with a divorce, as immigration status generally does not affect the divorce process itself. Divorce proceedings are typically handled under state law, and since you reside in Michigan, you would typically follow Michigan's divorce...View More
If you believe your lawyer failed to properly represent you by not submitting crucial evidence, this is a serious concern, particularly in a divorce case where such evidence can be critical. It's important to understand your options for addressing this issue.
Payment, she has been making the payment for the last 2 years but now she refuses to continue paying. There is a balance of $15,000 left, can I sue her in court to force her make the payment or refinance the loan in her name
Are you contemplating a divorce? You signed an agreement with the bank or wherever else you obtained the loan, promising to make good on it; the bank will continue to look to you for payment, and you will remain legally on the hook for it. It doesn't matter what sort of other agreement you...View More
In Michigan, the responsibility for credit card debt incurred by your wife after filing for divorce may depend on various factors, including whether the debt was accrued for marital purposes or personal expenses. Generally, debts incurred for marital purposes are considered marital debts, and both...View More
In the past month there’s been atleast 6 incidents of him doing this to our child. All because of daily reports from school. He only has our child for a few hrs on Wednesdays and every other weekend. So sometimes it’s from something that happened a week prior.
If your soon-to-be ex-husband has been washing your 7-year-old's mouth out with dish soap on multiple occasions, it's a serious concern that may warrant immediate action. Document each incident, including the date, time, and circumstances surrounding the washing, and gather any evidence...View More
If you have no interest in the property your 'consent' is not needed to remortgage, sell or otherwise dispose of it. In the recent past when Michigan provided Dower rights to wives, that would not have been the case, but that archaic law has been repealed so, now, you're just a...View More
The divorce decree is a court order that is binding on both parties. However, the mortgage will need to be paid by someone if it has not matured by the time your last child turns 18. So if the provisions of the divorce decree fail to address this issue, or does not provide that your ex- spouse is...View More
Sounds like you've already filed for the divorce. What you need now to do is serve the paperwork. For someone in prison, that is typically done through the warden of the prison he is housed in. You certainly could look into qualifying for a legal aid attorney, but that person would have to do...View More
In Michigan, marital property is divided equally between the spouses in the event of a divorce. However, this rule can be modified by the court based on a number of factors, including the length of the marriage, the contributions of each spouse, and the needs of the children. In the case you...View More
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