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
title. Home has no mortgage. Should I have had to credit entire home appraised value to be deducted from bank cash accounts? Would this not be having me to pay twice for my 1/2 share of home? ( Should ex also have had to provide credit in bank cash to me for my payment to him In settlement?)... Read more »
half of the appraised value , $222,500 , and received title free and clear.Should my lawyer have listed home’s full appraised value in dividing bank account assets at $445,000 and deducting that amount from total bank cash divisible at 50/50 split for me? Is not that making me pay twice for my... Read more »
My ex moved out of our residence over 9 months ago. The divorce is final and we have cut ties with one another. However, now the question is asked when they can come and get the rest of their stuff. I have stored all of the belongings that was not originally taken. Do I have a legal... Read more »
Until a court order is entered, the home belongs to both of you. If you lock him out, he is within his legal right to gain access. If you lock him out it may only elevate the mental abuse. If you can stay with a friend or family for a night that may be less confrontational. If he does anything to...Read more »
I married my spouse in New York. She is originally from Sweden. She stayed in NY for less than a year and then went back to her country. Haven't heard from her since. There was no drama between us and no malice (as far as I am concerned). I live in Pennsylvania now and ready to move on with my... Read more »
"Uncontested" is not a type of divorce in PA. There are fault and no-fault divorces. One can become uncontested if the other person doesn't object after having been served the appropriate paperwork. I wonder if you're using online forms provided by an online company for a fee?...Read more »
My husband and daughter are co-owners on the deed for the property that we currently have 2 homes on. They have owned this property for 9 years. My daughter is getting married in July. My question is 2 fold. 1. If my husband dies before me, does his share become mine? 2. If my daughter divorces,... Read more »
To completely answer your question, I would need more information. Concerning the first part of your question, what happens in the event of your husband dying before you, it depends upon the form of shared titled your husband and daughter have on this property. If your husband and daughter own...Read more »
In Pennslyvania, there is what can be called a passive divorce under 3301(d). You will need to serve her by what is known as original service with the initial complaint. You do not need her address, but only to have service of process or have her accept the documents. Both would be considered...Read more »
I was forced to take early retirement because of my back. I am barely getting by because of her refusal to help pay for what is also in her name. She told me in writing she would help pay but now refuses to. Is there anything I can do about this? Do I have any options to make her help with the... Read more »
You need to speak with an attorney who handles domestic relations. The problem is does liquidating the asset--turning your house into cash--change who can get what? It's a pre marital asset, and if you made all the payments and it's in your name, I'm not sure if you want to liquidate...Read more »
Is an inherited IRA protected from a divorce? If distributions from an inherited IRA are made into an account solely in the name of the IRA recipient, are those distributions protected from divorce? Can those distributions be made directly to the recipient's living trust that has a co-trustee... Read more »
Drafted correctly, a trust or trusts as beneficiary(ies) would not have any different tax consequences than naming individual beneficiaries. Look for an attorney in your area that understands how to draft a "see-through" retirement plan trust.
If your divorce is final, no. Generally a spouse isn't entitled to money for your injuries, but may have a separate claim for loss of consortium. But that would have been made at the time or before the divorce. If it's final, it is yours. Discuss with the attorney getting you the settlement.
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