We are military and both technically reside at my husbands property in texas however he inherited the property, in addition we paid the taxes this past year out of my saving and will be paying the taxes out of his account this next year, but we both use the account? It sounds to me like it’s to... View More
This sounds like it is his separate property. However, any increase in the value of that property that occurred during the marriage is marital property, subject to an equitable division (meaning "fair'", not necessarily "equal"). You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
I’m a military spouse and I’ve never had my name on the account my husband and I both use. This is because we wanted credit scores esperares and also we’d have to practically jump through hoops to add me. If we separate are all the bank accounts considered shared since we both spend money out... View More
It is more complicated than that. If the money has co-mingled during the marriage it may be considered marital property. It is possible to have separate non-marital property but safeguards need to be put in place. You should talk to an attorney to help you make that determination.
I have a child support order that was put in place in 2011 and included 3 children. We have never had a modification done even though the children moved from me as the custodial parent to their mother. 2 of the 3 children are now 21, so 2 years removed from the order and I'm still paying the... View More
It is always risky to self-adjust a court order. If the other party never makes an issue of it, you might not have a problem but if there is a disagreement, you could be in contempt of court. When a child ages out of the order, you can have the order adjusted. if you are going through Child Support...View More
After 8 years they were taken out of my custody and given to my stepmom but during the time I did get tanf for them they were in my custody and I still have not divorced but he has had another family and another child and still married to me
In your situation, seeking alimony and child support remains a possibility, despite the complexities of your circumstances. The fact that you are still legally married to the children's father and that he has started another family while still married to you does not nullify your rights to...View More
Your wife’s medical debt will be considered marital debt. If it was incurred during the time you were married to her,marital debt is subject to an “equitable distribution “as is marital property. Equitable distribution means “fair “, not necessarily “equal “. You should get a lawyer...View More
I was a stay-at-home wife for 10 years in 2021 my ex bought me a car as a gift of $750. Per month he made the payments from a separate account it never came out of the joint account I have a joint account yearly statement for 2021/2022 on 7/5/2022 we separated in September I was being forced to... View More
It is unclear where you are in the case. You are required to comply with any mediated agreement or court order. It is also not clear what you mean by the fact that he "put you in debt". A gift can either be to one party or to the marriage so it would be necessary to present evidence if...View More
I have maintained primary for 10 years (our son's entire life). We live in different states and I was given primary interim custody. I have no personal issues or concerns and have always been a great parent. Our son is doing great. What is the likelihood the judge would entertain his request... View More
You legal liability arises in the mortgage agreement with the bank if you are on the loan. If you have filed for legal separation or dissolution, under Colorado law then you are expected to maintain the status quo as established during the marriage with regards to payments.
My wife left me and started talking to someone else and having sex with them while I moved out cause I knew something was going on but I still was paying half the bills until I found out about her affair so now she’s talking about putting me on child support but I get my kids for half every week... View More
He can only keep the biological child from you if he believes that you are endangering the child. In that case, if you disagree, you will want to file for child custody or file for a modification if you already have a custody order.
My girlfriend and I planned a small wedding with an officiant we had hired. A few weeks before the wedding I started having second thoughts and told her that I couldn't go through with it. We eventually agreed to go through with the ceremony and have some photos taken so her family in another... View More
My name is on the deed and mortgage papers; the home is in Hawaii. I thought we had a divorce but I nor the Public representative cannot find the divorce decree or certificate. If the divorce papers cannot be found, is the divorce still valid?
If your income is low enough, Colorado Legal Services may be able to assist. Also most people who file for a protection order in county court are unrepresented. You can look at the Colorado Judicial Branch website for fill in the blank forms.
You and he can prepare a written agreement to modify the prior orders. You can then file that with the court and request the court approve the agreement and make it an order of the court. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
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