It is impossible to advise you about this without knowing all the facts of your financial situation. you should consult with an attorney who can so advise you afte s/he has the information needed to make a recommendation to you.
Was granted retirement (which he cashed in) told he would pay debt in my name that as a couple we accrued. Took to court but never showed. Judge said hold him in contempt but that did nothing. How do i get money from him now that he lives in another state.
You may be able to get a money judgment entered against him in the colorado court. Then you have to domesticate that judgment in the state of his residence in order to garnish his wages there and/or seize his property there. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Generally motions for child support are effective as of their filing date and are not retroactive. There is an exception for an agreed upon parenting time change. Child support is the right of the child so you will not receive an order that does not require you to support your children. You should...Read more »
Generally mental exams are protected files in court cases so only parties to the action should be able to obtain them through the court process. Whether they can be obtained from the evaluator may depend on whether someone has been granted authority by a court to access the report. It would be...Read more »
It would be for the financial affidavit, she receives $1000 a month from me but reports only receiving 300 from “support”. They filed this on May 30th 2019 and I haven’t received anything until I was called and told verbally by her attorney today Aug. 31 2019. Feeling lost as to what to do... Read more »
It sounds like you may be paying child support arrears. She would report the regular child support amount, however would not necessarily include arrears payments because that is not part of the regular child support amount.
Generally you would have equity in the marital appreciation in a dissolution action. If you took out equity and spent it, then you would not have an interest in that. You do not mention dissolution, however your question is posted in the dissolution area. If the money is sitting in an account, upon...Read more »
Getting drawn out, is my ex entitled to more equity in my company if it was only a few months old when they filed for divorced and I moved out? Or do they only look at revenue and sales for those few months? It's now 6 months after moving out with a lot more income. Marriage was only 3 years
You can agree to mediate at any time that you like. If the court has not ordered it, you can mediate privately and the mediator can provide you with a certificate of mediation if you do not reach agreement. Divorce actions can take some time, particularly if they are contested. Marital property is...Read more »
I felt it was what was best at the time (I did not have a place to live) and an agreement was made that I could see and talk to kids. Divorce is final (per her) I am trying to get copies. She refuses to allow me to visit, or even talk to the kids. Is it too late to do anything?
Initially, this will depend on what the divorce decree says about this. Also, you may be able to request a modification if you are not satisfied with those provisions. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Husband and I separated...we agreed I would come to colorado while he worked on things. Once I and the kids got here he claimed to want a divorce. We have been here 4 m ths. Am I able to file in county where I reside and have it cared through colorado courts.
You can file for divorce in colorado since you have been here for 91 days. However, Colorado will not have jurisdiction to decide custody issues until you have been here for 182 days before filing. Therefore, you should wait until then. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
I moved from Florida to Colorado and cannot file for the divorce until I have lived here for 90 days. We have already split our money and he will be paying for the house with his money. I have been asked to sign a paper saying I have no claim to the house. Does that protect me if he defaults or if... Read more »
Under Colorado law, the house will be marital property since it is purchased during the marriage. All marital property is subject to an equitable division in a divorce. this means property is divided "fairly', not necessarily "equally". You should have an attorney review the document he is...Read more »
My ex wife and I got divorced 20 years ago. At the table with our two attorneys she agreed to waive her rights to any of my retirement account and at the time I had less than ten years contributing. The court papers say this is “permanent and irreversible” or something like that. Married seven... Read more »
An attorney would have to review your agreement in order to know what your legal rights and obligations are. Typically if she waived sharing in your retirement, then she could not reopen the matter to ask for it. Sometimes decrees do allow for requests at a later time when the retirement amount is...Read more »
We are divorcing and, as part of the divorce agreement, my soon-to-be ex wants me to pay her for money she spent during the marriage: air fare, rental cars, money she contributed toward a custody issue with my child, and toward basic bills etc. Is this something that a judge would agree with?
In a divorce, you will divide marital assets and debts. It is unclear why your spouse would want you to reimburse her for money that she spent during the marriage unless you had some agreement to that effect.
Hoping to find help so i can see my daughter again and hopefully get split custody. Her mother and I are still married, my names on the birth certificate. i was forced out of my daughters life by wife when we split. There is no custody case saying where my daughter is supposed to be. She refuses to... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your situation but you can make a change. You can file for an Allocation of Parental Responsibilities so that you can set a schedule for childcare and parenting time. Your spouse should not be preventing you from seeing your child absent concerns about the welfare of the...Read more »
I am going to refinance my Colorado house but the title company says I have to amend my quitclaim since the deed was originally under my name and her maiden name. The quitclaim deed was signed under her married name. I have no idea where my ex-wife is to file an amended quitclaim deed. If I need... Read more »
It is a little difficult to clearly understand the chain of title here. But, generally the seller must sign exactly as he or she took title. If that did not occur the title company may refuse to issue a title policy for a transaction now. The only way to cure is to file a corrective deed which...Read more »
You can leave whenever you want. However, you may want to wait until the divorce is over in case you need to make any court appearances. Also, you can not take your child with you without written permission of the other parent or an order of the court. You should get a lawyer to help you with this
with it's own bank account that I pay myself on the payroll and one other full time employee. Will my wife have access to money in this account with it being a new business and has plenty of debt owed from purchasing two vehicles and other necessities? Or is the business completely separate from... Read more »
Your ownership interest in this business is marital property, subject to an equitable division by the court. It may be that the business has no value. You should get a lawyer to help you protect your interests.
This depends on the terms of your divorce decree. Usually, alimony stops upon her remarriage. However, the division of your military pension is not alimony. It is part of your property division. Those terms would not change upon her remarriage. you should have an attorney review your decree and...Read more »
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