They were married for 13 years but together for only six years. She abandoned him and their two sons (now ages 35 and 37). We have been married for 19 years but together for 26 years and we have a daughter age 17. His ex-wife never paid one dollar of the child support decreed by the court. My... Read more »
This depends on the exact wording of the divorce decree. You can not go back and try to change that. Your husband's social security will not be affected. Your husband may be able to pursue her for the back child support-depending on how far back it goes. He should get a lawyer to review this...Read more »
The district court granted the motion to set aside the court order of dissolution of marriage. The divorce got reopened based on the Rule 16 (fraud). I was named as a beneficiary of the life insurance policy; however, the life insurance policy was not disclosed during the divorce. Does the... Read more »
I am assuming that the court set aside the property orders, but not the decree of dissolution of marriage. You are probably still divorced. In that case the revocation upon divorce statute may apply if the insured dies. You could ask the court to have you named you as beneficiary if appropriate You...Read more »
I assumed that I was to stay away from her by x amt of ft And knew I was not allowed to call her. We had twins.I emailed her a non-confrontational email. Explained that I did not want to go threw a bitter divorce and basically would become victimized in order to make sure my twins had a well... Read more »
This depends on exactly what the divorce decree says. Do you get half of the profit or does she just need to refi/sell? You should consult with an attorney to review your paperwork and advise you how best to proceed.
It has been 14 days since symptoms already and the Ones I had were mild. She has still been working this while time. We have a 4/3 week split every week. I haven’t seen my kids since the 5th. They are supposed to come home in the 22nd she messaged me today saying she thinks it would be best to... Read more »
The courts have said that people should honor their parenting time arrangements. If you feel your children are safe with you, you should still have your parenting time. You can file a motion to enforce the parenting time. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
We were married June 2017 in Colorado Springs. My wife is a foreigner and was here on a fiance visa, she went missing February last year and said she was going back to her home country, but nobody knows where she is. A few days ago she sent her half of the completed and signed divorce papers to me... Read more »
Typically, I prefer to respond to questions posted on this forum with practical advice. However, my advice today to you is that you need to go speak, in person, with an attorney regarding this matter. There are so many nuances here to your story that need to be fully discussed with an attorney....Read more »
It is possible that changing the amount may lead to other changes in maintenance or child support It should not lead to any changes in custody or property division. you should get a lawyer to help you with this.
Communication has been expressly limited to TalkingParents.com between my ex husband and myself. I have the records available to me for evidence, and he uses TalkingParents for this communication. He takes every opportunity to call me many names, all which have to do with him implying that I have... Read more »
just refi-ing the house will not change things so long as you do not put him on the deed. However, any increase in value of the house that occurs during the marriage is considered marital property, subject to an equitable (meaning "fair", not necessarily equal)) division. You should get a...Read more »
I suggest you start with a NY attorney to see what needs to be done. For instance, in Colorado, you can change a decree of legal separation to a decree of dissolution (divorce) after six months by filing an election to do so.
It depends on what the decree says. Many decrees address who will be involved in selection of realtor and sales price as well as a contingency if the home does not sell within a specified period of time.
Can a law firm represent one of their employees? My ex wife is serving me with papers and I don’t really know why, and she keeps asking me fore my address. I’ve told her I will not give her my address and I gave her my grandmas address, where I get all my mail sent, and she told me that won’t... Read more »
There is no prohibition against a law firm representing one of its employees. Additionally if you care for the child then the Mother will need to know your address. Other than that, she is looking for your address for the purpose of service of process.
I did file bankruptcy in August that was discharged in December. And I do know that two of the debts are now going after him, but he still owes me money from his retirement. And that this new lawyer is representing him with that. We did not have lawyers for the divorce originally.
So your ex has hired a lawyer. The Entry of Appearance is the lawyer's way of stating the lawyer is the attorney for your ex in this case. That lawyer is probably going to file a motion of some kind. You should get a lawyer yourself.
No. You also need to file a Petition. You need to provide each other with your mandatory disclosures and certify that you have done so. You will need to file a Separation Agreement and Parenting Plan. You need to provide a form of Decree. You should get a lawyer to help you with all this.
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