I am a mother of 3 unemployed married 12 yrs, full time student, going through hardship (marriage) husband mistreating me and his family steeling my person documents for their own personal used. Told they brought me to the states. no family support cant do nothing family overseas. Been diagnosed... View More
In Minnesota, individuals facing financial difficulties, such as being unemployed and experiencing hardships like mistreatment within a marriage, can seek assistance for obtaining a divorce. Various resources are available, including legal aid organizations that offer free or low-cost legal...View More
but if neither participates in arbitration parties are awarded what is in their possession." Since it's now > 2 months and lawyers are also to be dismissed, what does "immediate" mean and is there a statue of limitation on arbitration? Since it's now > 2 months... View More
Wife and I have agreed on all terms and are filing joint petition for dissolution of marriage. I currently own 2 real estate properties qualified as non-marital assets. Do I need to list these in the Attachment C Real Estate Attachment or just summarize them in section 3 of Joint Petition DECREE?
He said "no" or he said he didn't set up the account? College funds are generally trust funds controlled by the Trustee who generally provides in the Trust fund document that he has discretion. That would prove a difficulty especially since you don't want to antagonize him....View More
My brother And his dad got his grandmother's house after she had passed. (Stated in her will) he then in turn had to buy out his father's half from him. yes it went though the court system for this. There is a loan on the home now under he and his soon to be x wife due to this. She moved... View More
A lie detector test isn't worth a thing. You can request information as well. I am sorry, but it doesn't seem you have a good grasp of what is happening. The court has information on its website and the law library is a great resource. Obviously, an attorney would be advantageous.
If you are asking about attorney fees, it will vary. Generally, a relatively sizeable retainer is required. After a few calls, you will have an idea of the costs. Some attorneys are reasonable and some are not. Some attorneys are flexible and some are not. I am prevented from quoting figures.
Can I ask that he pay a portion of the bills that I paid during that time, in the divorce? My monthly income is $4,000 and his monthly income is $4,000 - $6,000. Also, I got him the job that he has now. He told me that I am not entitled to any of his income.
Unless there is a prenuptial agreement that states otherwise, your incomes would be marital property. You can ask that he pay a portion of the bills that you paid during that time, I don't know what the judge will do.
She has taking the kids to numerus medical tests that are un needed wont communicate and with holds medical information from him all the time. schedules appointments with out talking or notifying him for medical reasons and extracurricular. we need she wont work with us and we cannot get the court... View More
He has several options when the other parent isn’t following a court order. He should contact family directly to find one willing to work with him. Some attorneys are affordable. Some attorneys are not.
Limited-scope representation is when you and a lawyer agree that the lawyer will...View More
My husband filed a divorce petition that I contested. During mediation he wouldn't negotiate at all so the case has gone to court. He changed the password on the bank accounts so I don't have access. He pays some bills and gives me $800 per month randomly. That's not even close to... View More
It seems odd your attorney wouldn't address your short term need at the onset. You should be seeking temporary support and requesting he pay your attorney fees. The Minnesota Judicial Branch website Help Topics is an excellent resource. Some attorneys, like myself, will try hard to make legal...View More
No, the legal process of serving your wife with divorce papers would not be a violation of an OFP. But you should have representation assisting you with this process. Having a "friend" serve her with divorce papers is far more likely to cause problems for you than if you have an...View More
It's probable, that you will have to pay child support since you make more then the other parent. "The Minnesota Child Support Division bases the Child Support Guidelines Calculator on the Minnesota Child support guidelines statute." You should input your data to determine your...View More
Each case is different, but usually each spouse retains his or his vehicle and takes over the payments. Quite simply, it's something that needs to be considered and hopefully agreed to. Nothing is set in stone.
I am sorry, but I am not sure what you mean by "does he get 1st dips on buying me out of the house." Who gets the house will need to be discussed and hopefully agreed to. Various factors should be considered. Where you are currently sleeping is not is not a biggie.
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