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Q: husband rescheduled mediation for 6/22. I can't wait that long due to health issues/ins. How do I ask courts sooner date

Filed 3/18/22 in Montgomery County. Texas. He is removing me from insurance, I am a double transplant survivor and cannot be without health insurance. He says come June 1st I will no longer have health insurance and will not add me unless ordered by the courts. No lawyer, I am not able to work due... Read more »

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Q: I HAVE IN MY HAND ONE COURT ORDERED GARNISHMENT ACTION THAT MUST START IN PRIOR MONTH OF FINAL DEGREE and ONE FROM DFAS?

The final degree HAS A WRITTEN DATE HEADING OF MAY 2 WITH a line through over APRIL 2007. THE SIGNATURE ALSO SAME HANDWRITTEN CORRECTION. THE DATE DFAS, UNDER THREAT OF CONTEMPT OF COURT, HAS A NLT DATE OF APRIL 5, 2007 IS ORDERED THAT MY EX SPOUSE MUST RECEIVED BY. AN OBVIOUS DISCREPANCY. I ASKED... Read more »

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Q: IN TX MILITARY DIVORCE IS THERE A DISTINCT DIFFERENCE BETWEEBN ALIMONY, SPOUSAL SUPPORT, and RETIREMENT PENSION?

IF THERE A SPECIFIC DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE THREE OR RECOGNIZE IN LAW AS ALL SAME IN GARNISHMENT ACTION BECAUSE ALIMONY IS THE TERM USED, DOES THE LENGTH OF TIME EX SPOUSE RECEIVES ALIMONY UNDER TEXAS LAW PREVAIL?

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Q: I have a three part associated question from my final divorce degree? (retired military 10/10/10 rules)

1. The final degree in date heading a line through over april 2007 date to may 2 2007. Signature block with same line through over april 2007 to may 2 2007. The court ordered date of garnishment must commence nlt on april 5th 2007. No line through. The lawdirectorate from dfas sent me this court... Read more »

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Q: I have been separated from my husband since August of 2005. Have had no contact since I do not know where he is located

I can not afford a lawyer he had remarried a year after I left. What do I need to do to get help that’s affordable

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Q: Married 30years, husband wants divorce. I’m sick, and have no access to any of our money. He’s abusive and I am scared.

He told me that 5/5/22. I’m on bed rest and need immediate help.

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Q: What to do when an opposing attorney will not sign and return an agreed upon and fulfilled divorce decree?

Uncontested divorce not involving children or violence. Only issue was division of real property. Terms of division of the property was fulfilled by both parties. A final decree of divorce was then prepared by my attorney. I reviewed and signed the Final Decree on April 25th, 2022 and the Final... Read more »

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Q: How hard will it be to get the money out of my husband i am divorcing if I am awarded any. He is currently in prison

He will not be in prison long and makes over $200k a year when he is workkng

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Q: I've been married 11 yrs and recently just purchased a vehicle I still owe on. I am the only one on the title.

No papers have been filed yet, but I travel for work, being home once a month or so. We have 6 children and she decided recently that she wanted a divorce. Is she entitled to the vehicle if she is the custodial parent and am I still obligated to continue payments on said vehicle regardless of... Read more »

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Q: I filed for divorce in Tx. I am unemployed and needing money to pay bills. Can I cash my 401k if we both agreed and sign

We signed final decree stating I get to keep my 401k and he keeps his. I need money to pay for my bills and food and divorce fees. Will I get in trouble if I cash it out now? I know they recommend to wait til after but my question is will I get in trouble if I cash it out. I really need money since... Read more »

Penny Wymyczak-White
Penny Wymyczak-White answered on May 6, 2022

You can cash it in. You will have to.pay taxes on it but you will not be in trouble

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Q: At anytime when going through a divorce should the individual who filed for the divorce be talking to the other lawyer

I filed for a divorce my wife hired a lawyer I’m not familiar with how these kind of things work but her lawyer insisted on meeting with me so I met with her and gave her all the information that she asked for since then nothing has been resolved I was told by her lawyer that I had to keep paying... Read more »

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Q: I need to retain a lawyer for May 9 in Collier county. I live out of state.

notice of service

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Q: Can my ex’s girlfriend pickup my son alone if I don’t know her? Our custody order says known to both parents.

She’s came with him on pickups a few times and she had her take him to school without my knowledge but he panicked and I had to meet her to get him. In that short interaction I learned her name and that she doesn’t have her own child (in another country) which worried me. Drop off on Mondays... Read more »

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Q: I have been married almost 33 years and a stay at home wife with no income or resources of my own,husband want divorce

I don’t know what to do how to start without funds

Penny Wymyczak-White
Penny Wymyczak-White answered on May 3, 2022

Get a job . Consult a lawyer to discuss what you would be awarded if you were to divorce.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Domestic Violence for Texas on
Q: After being married for 40 yrs what am I entitled to as far as things we earned togethe a house and 61 acres that's paid

Off and about 22 head of cattle? And being verbally abused for 10 yrs?

Kiele Linroth Pace
Kiele Linroth Pace answered on May 9, 2022

Regular verbal abuse doesn't count as domestic violence under Texas law but it can if it includes threats to inflict injury, pain, or property damage. Talk to your divorce lawyer.

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Q: Can my ex, which we share joint custody, come after my startup business income for child support?

I have joint custody of my kids and i have two W2 jobs, which i pay child support to my ex. I have started cleaning residential homes to build up customers and make it a business with staff. I do have two w2 jobs which my child support obligations are calculated from. Im planning on dropping one... Read more »

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Q: I need to know more about division of property, specifically the division of any investment account

I need to know about the division of investment accounts that were inplace before the marriage. This is for a common law marriage in texas

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Q: I am going through an uncontested divorce in Texas and my ex filled out the paperwork.

First I am signing a martial settlement agreement. But the address listed on the form is my parents address not what is on my ID. Second under Jurisdiction it says I have to be a resident for 90 days. But I only recently changed my county on my ID. I have been living here for over 90 days. The only... Read more »

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Q: My husband is in jail how can I serve him divorce papers
Penny Wymyczak-White
Penny Wymyczak-White answered on Apr 26, 2022

Hire a process server and they can serve him in jail

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