John Hyland Barrett III's answer You are required to make full financial disclosure to the court. The court is being asked to approve your settlement and make it a court order. That requires the court to make a finding that your agreement is fair and reasonable.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer If this is a divorce, you can enter into a written separation agreement. It will be binding if the judge finds it to be fair and reasonable. You should hire a lawyer for this to make sure it is done right.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer 14-6-101 is a criminal statute. charges can only be brought by the District Attorney, not you. It is rarely, if ever, actually used. you could file for a divorce and have the court enter orders for support. You should hire a lawyer to do this.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer It seems that maintenance in this case is modifiable. Maintenance is modifiable unless the parties have agreed to make it non-modifible. He can request a reduction or termination of the maintenance if there has been a change of circumstances which render the previous order unfair. Her increase in income may justify that. He should retain an attorney to review the case and advise him.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer The court can enter temporary orders for parenting time. Temporary orders are in place until the decree enters when they are replaced by the permanent orders. You should retain an attorney to help you with this.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer It means the child support enforcement office is becoming involved regarding child support. They will want to make sure the correct amount of child support is being ordered and paid.
Scott D. Goldman's answer Im not clear on all the facts here, but IF, a party dies BEFORE a Decree for Dissolution of Marriage is entered, then the Court (nor the arbiter) no longer has jurisdiction to make any further orders regarding the Dissolution of Marriage.
You will want an attorney to articulate case law to the arbiter regarding this issue, just to be sure, but that is only if the party died BEFORE the decree was entered.
Daniel B. Kelley's answer Not proper or appropriate. You need to contact an attorney to help you navigate this complicated and confusing process. There are many of my colleagues that will give you a free consultation. Give one of us a call today.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer The best way is for your wife to sign an acceptance of service stating that she has received the Summons and Petition. Otherwise, you have to serve her. Service of process in a foreign country can be extremely complicated. Even though it is uncontested, you should retain an attorney to assist you to make sure it is done correctly.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer I do not agree with what the police told you. Perhaps they thought he had lived there before. However, it seems they will not help you. You should file for a divorce so the court can enter orders re this property. You should retain an attorney to help you with this.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer You will likely be held responsible for any deficiency (loan balance minus sale proceeds after repo). Therefore, you should try to avoid having this happen. You may have some recourse against him depending on what your divorce orders say.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer You still need to report your actual income on your Sworn Financial Statement. You are also supposed to exchange 3 years of tax returns. If you have not filed taxes, you are supposed to provide the information that would have been on the return. The court is not going to order counseling if one party does not want to do it. You may be eligible for maintenance (alimony) depending on your spouse's income.
John Hyland Barrett III's answer The court will usually approve a parenting plan agreed to by the parties, unless something stands out as not being in the best interests of the children. The court would probably approve what you are describing.
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