It was filed (obviously) in the wrong state. Nonetheless, it's okay to waste money having it filed in the wrong place - but it wasn't served either (yet), so the person being served (Respondent) still hasn't had the time to file a responsive pleading challenging the Jurisdiction of...Read more »
He left a month after we married. I have never know an address. He refuses to tell me. We have a 19yr old daughter. She was born 11yrs before we got married. No financials link us. Always had our finances separate. No shared properties of any kind. No bills together of any kind. He won't... Read more »
What a chump! He won’t go TOO far from his daughter and you probably wouldn’t be criticized if you published the Summons in a newspaper where you live. His daughter might have some idea where her father is too. You might also be able to get the court to waive your filing fees. Go down to the...Read more »
Ex has had cell account under her name for the past 12 months and she is now demanding that I pay her for the usage since the children text me. The Decree of Divorce has no verbiage of usage of cell phone payment only communication reasonably available to both parties. I am liable for her cell... Read more »
Nope, you're not and you can be a "dick" and not reimburse her one dime. But why wouldn't you want to help your ex provide cell phones to your kids? This is a situation that will come up over and over again till the kids graduate, so why be a stingy, hard ass? That's...Read more »
He got the paperwork in the mail today and on the debts part it says he has to pay $2000 for their old apartment that he moved out of, and informed the landlord, before she moved out. Is he able to appeal because he also wants some of his belongings she refuses to give back as well and it... Read more »
In Idaho, it is not typical but certainly possible for her to have gotten a divorce without him knowing. Many times a woman may file and not know his whereabouts (or she swore under oath) at the time that she didn't. If she seriously DID know where he lived but lied about it then that is...Read more »
Recently I reached out to my ex to discuss having to enroll our daughter into school. I reached out asking for his opinion in which I got no response through email. As he has blocked me on his cellphone (divorce violation). In addition, after reaching out multiple times he stated he was enrolling... Read more »
This is going to be something you'll need to discuss with an attorney about all the pros and cons of trying to enforce the settlement agreement. While on its face there seems to be grounds for changes due to violating the court's orders, there are always consequences to filing and what...Read more »
I'm so sorry for you! After California designed the first "no fault divorce," every state that I'm aware of adopted the so-called "no fault divorce." This means, unlike in Hollywood movies gone by, where the protagonist would scoff at the wife and say,...Read more »
Been seperated 4 years, attempts at reconciling ending in mental and physical abuse for myself, During this time our 6 year old son has solely resided with me, with no financial support from father. Father was given chance after chance to be an active father and would always end up not following... Read more »
If you and he had no previous custody order in place, then strictly speaking, he is NOTHING but a sperm donor. Simply by having his name on the birth certificate gives him NOTHING but obligations to pay child support. If he ever wanted to become the "father" of this 6 yr. old son, he...Read more »
In Idaho, irreconcilable differences gets the job done without the drama of proving guilt, which it sounds like you weren't there as the act was happening, so you can't prove guilt anyway. So, you CAN prove that you two no longer get along and that you want a divorce. ThE THING that...Read more »
A home owned by one party prior to marriage was rented most of the marriage. Rent payments were deposited to a joint bank account prior to paying the mortgage invoice. Will full rent income be reimbursed to the community, or only the amount above what the mortgage payment was? Non owning party... Read more »
In Idaho there is a presumption that property owned by the parties is "community property." The home was owned individually by one party but the income from it was deposited into a "joint account." Once the funds were deposited into their "joint" bank account, the...Read more »
We plan to divorce with an agreement about our assets. I may have a few hundred thousand in assets but I don't work at this time. I have an online business that doesn't bring serious money yet. I'm working on it. I would like to continue homeschooling my boys and I would like to know... Read more »
Child support and custody are thE two issues in any divorce. If the Court asked you, "maam, what is your monthly income?" What would you say? Are you treating the "settlement money" like an annuity? I.e., taking a monthly sum every month? The Court will want to so a CS...Read more »
Documentable tax forms show that the purchase was made using separate property (inheritance) from one spouse to make the down payment. The house is 50-50% otherwise in community property state. Both spouses are on the title. Is the down payment made using inheritance money deductible from the... Read more »
Are there children involved? That answer would dictate where to file anything. If there are NO children between them then just file in Idaho. Idaho only requires the Plaintiff's residence to be in Idaho for at least 6 weeks prior to the filing.
We have been married for 20 years, have 3 children (18,15,6) and will be filing in Idaho. Looking to get the divorce finalized by March 1st if possible. Reason is irreconcilable differences. What is involved and what is the duration of the process? We have lived separately since February of 2017. I... Read more »
It will take a minimum of 21 days for a default, if only one of you files and the other one just sits on their hands and does nothing. However, if you file the Petition and your wife files an Answer, then "amicable" won't begin to describe the end of the process or the time it will...Read more »
It will depend on the language in your decree of divorce. If the decree of divorce gives the property to him outright then he would have the right to remodel the home because it is now his property. If he is required to refinance the home and clear your name off the property, he probably should...Read more »
In Utah, your inheritance is your inheritance. However, it does depend on whether you commingled your inheritance money with marital assets prior to your divorce. For example, did you put the money in a joint bank account before you...Read more »
I have B1B2 visa. I met someone and I have been visiting him in ID for the last few years in as I thought serious relationship. We go married (6th of April) this last time I was there, few days before I left. I'm thinking to file a divorce now, as this person has been lying to me. Marriage... Read more »
I am 20 years old now and I am wondering if I can get a settlement for neglect from my dad for leaving me in his house alone for hours when I was between the ages of 6-8 years old. My dad fought for 50% custody when my parents got divorced. Now from what I know that means he would take me one week... Read more »
Idaho allows for spousal support in certain circumstances. Idaho Code 32-705 says that support can be awarded if one party lacks sufficient property with which to provide for their reasonable needs AND is unable to support themselves through employment.
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