He has a whole baby room for his son and buys him every and anything she ask him for him if she needs diapers, food, etc he gets it. he try’s to see him as much as he can but she always turns him down. In reality she’s just bitter because they aren’t together anymore and that’s because of... Read more »
My attorney filed a motion of default and I still had to attend the hearing for custody, alimony and division of some assests..I wasnt properly represented and he ended up not paying alimony , getting his visitation with the child unsupervised and the home which I initially purchased when we got... Read more »
If your husband's name is not on the Act of Sale or mortgage, no problem.
If your husband is going to be on the Act of Sale or mortgage, then a Real Estate Attorney can draft Waivers of your rights in the property and waiver of your liability for the mortgage. Have your OWN attorney...Read more »
My husband and I have lived in different homes for the past 8 months. We have no children or property together. I went to file the 103 but it says neither party are active duty in the military. He is active duty, so which form do I fill out? Thank you
My spouse and I have children from the marriage, but kids were taken by cps 4 years ago and custody given to my parents. Looking to file possibly in Caddo or Jefferson parish. But are we eligible to file uncontested without kids as we don't have rights to make decisions, or will the judge see... Read more »
No separation agreement and i found out he is in a physical relationship with another woman for the past 3yrs & she lives with him. Is this grounds for adultry and is his rental home considered mine also since Louisiana is community property & he rented this home while still married?
Yes, his living with another woman is adultery and grounds for immediate divorce. It sounds like he has lived in the rental home for 3 years. That means your 1 year lease expired and he has entered a new lease, excluding you. If it was a commercial lease, like of a brick and mortar Walgreens, it...Read more »
You have asked this question for the third time. Spousal support is due from the time it is requested until 180 days after the divorce is final. Then stop paying. Only pay by check; not money order, not cash, not Walmart to Walmart.
Continues to ignore the warnings. The payment for this month has still not been paid. The due date is the 1st of every month. He claims I owed payment for counseling sessions that our children had and decided to take it from my spousal payment.
Divorced for 3years. The mobile home was acquired but in my name as well as he signed over his rights to the land to me so we could do a land home deal. I've been keeping the home and land up as well as paying the mortgage every month
Even if the mobile home was acquired in your name, if it was acquired during the marriage, then it was community property. You own it, since you are on the title, but he may have a reimbursement claim for 1/2 of the value.
If he donated his rights in the land to you, good, you own that....Read more »
Divorced for about 3 years, settlement not included with divorce, house acquired during marriage. I have been solely paying for the house and all related upkeep. How can I get the ex off the title? He already said he won't sign a quit claim. I don't have the money to sue him over this and... Read more »
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