We also have 3 kids and we all live with his mom. We have a double wide and we're fixing it up to live up there together but he doesn't want to leave his mom and be a man and pay bills so he won't even fix the water or bathroom up there. It's not livable where we are renovating... Read more »
I have filed several times over the years and she refused to sign them. What can I do? I am trying to move on with my life. We have no children together. I'm just asking for my name to be off of everything.
She signed a false undocumented illegal guardianship form to her friend without my consent and I had to file an eco which was declined. So I have to file a jurisdiction transfer or do I? She was in Kentucky but is now in Florida how would that work?
my wife and I have been separated for 6 years and have 2 daughters. There is a custody agreement and child support agreement based in the Virginia court's. I live in Kentucky now and want to divorce her. Can I file the paperwork in Kentucky without having to redo the custody agreement?
You can file for divorce at anytime. You do not need his permission. You will likely not be able to have him leave the home right away unless he agrees or there are allegations of abuse etc. A divorce in Kentucky takes at least 60 days if you have children and can be faster if you do not have...Read more »
Bf has not seen his son in 4 yrs. His ex spouse and own family have prevented him from having consistent communication and visitation with him. Ex and child live in Anderson, IN. Bf lives in Bowling Green, KY.
He should have a right to see his children unless those right were fully taken away by a Court which is very rare. If the child is in Indiana he can either file an action where they have a prior custody or divorce action or he can hire an Indiana Attorney and file in the county where the mother...Read more »
You should have a pretty straightforward divorce. I still recommend you consult an attorney to make sure there are not any mistakes. As far as tax returns you do not have to have them off to file for divorce.
He initially stated he wasn't going to ask for anything, he is now stating he wants the money he has given me for the mortgage, roughly $14,000 which I obviously do not have. He gave me cash each time and the money did not always go to the mortgage nor is name is not on the house title.
In KY this $14,000.00 would probably be viewed as follows the 14 k unless it came from his premarital account or some other non marital source would be marital property so assuming it is marital money then its only 7k. If only a portion of the 14 k was used to pay for the house then only that...Read more »
Yes you can participate without an attorney you can list yourself as pro se because you’re representing yourself. It’s always my advice that you hire an attorney. There are notaries available at the courthouse or you can go to a bank and have your signature notarized. You must sign in front of...Read more »
He has had more children since he left me he doesn’t speak to our boys, I have heard off and on that he is strung out I don’t know for sure, he left because I didn’t want him to be a drug dealer when he came home from prison
You can get a divorce even if you don’t know where he is. This would be a limited type of divorce that would result in each person being a separate single individual. However issues of child custody, visitation, and property would have to be reserved for a future time when he can be found and...Read more »
An Attorney and the client both have a right to end the Attorney-Client relationship at any time. You do not have to respond to the motion. You have the right to appear on the motion but unless there is something odd about your case or you have trial in a few days the Judge is likely to grant the...Read more »
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