Based on your post, you do not have any right to ownership of the home, however if community funds were you for the upkeep and payment (perhaps mortgage) of the house, then you ight be entitled to some reimbursement. Also, you might have an argument for staying in the house until you are divorced,...Read more »
Do you have a written custody order? What does it say as to this situation or comparable situations? More specific information is needed to properly respond to this and if you do not already have an attorney, then I would recommend that you contact a few custody attorneys in your area to discuss...Read more »
I am going to be moving, hopefully in the next 30 days or so, and his things are still here after continued attempts to have him collect – I have multiple messages that are ignored, some that are saying he will come soon, some saying he doesn’t want any of it. I mentioned to him that at some... Read more »
Put all of his belongings in a storage unit in his name. Pay for one month of storage. Mail him the key and storage contract by certified mail and keep a copy. This should protect you from damages for wasting his property.
You should speak with an experienced Family Law attorney. You have to file a rule for contempt—this is typically done in the jurisdiction in which your original pleadings were filed. It’s pertinent to note that in order to prove contempt, there must be a willful violation of an existing court...Read more »
At a minimum, context is missing here but I am not sure if I understand your question. That said, unless one is not represented, or the Judge decides to ask a question, the attorney is the one who does ask the question. If the question calls for hearsay, then it is objectionable. If the witness...Read more »
First, I do not think it is a good idea to handle your community property piecemeal and second, I would recommend that you hire an attorney---or at least consult with a community property attorney-----to see what needs to be done to split up your community as well as answer your questions as to...Read more »
Ex is claiming that since she is working now that she should be able to claim one of our children for tax purposes. Current child support has my income at 95% and hers at 5%. I pay child support on income that I don’t even make anymore. Court documents state that I get to claim both of our... Read more »
My daughter's father and I have a 1 month old. When he met me and started dating me, he was married currently, but I was single. I found out I was pregnant after my 21st f. He stayed by my side until I was eight months pregnant when he left. His wife has been telling him that this is not his... Read more »
If it was heard by a hearing officer then you have a deadline to file an objection to be heard by a judge. If it was heard by a judge, then yiu have a deadline to file an appeal. Hire a lawyer quickly.
He wants me to stay with him bc he wants my grades to be better in my online school. he’s threatening to make me live with him so he can constantly watch me do my work. i’m not failing all of my classes so idk why he’s freaking out. but he’s my domicile parent so i’m worried he can force... Read more »
We’ve lived in separate rooms over 8 years went meet with my attorney and hers now they have me paying her $65,000 for a house she abandoned when I was at my lowest my mom who’s in her 70s had to help me through the healing process and November 9th my wife put a restraining order on me which... Read more »
Your post indicates that you have an attorney----please set up a meeting with your attorney to discuss the concerns contained in your post---your attorney is more aware of your case and situation than anyone who is reading this post for the first time---plus, you are paying him, so get his advice...Read more »
My husband and I are currently in the process of adopting, which has caused a lot of strain on our marriage. We are considering divorce, and both very much love this child and still want to adopt and have shared custody. How would it affect our adoption proceedings if we were to file divorce before... Read more »
Before you or he files, you need to do several things:
1) if he makes more than you do, you need to get your hands on as many assets as you can which means emptying bank accounts and applying for credit cards while you can still claim combined family income,
She has since given it to squatters and taken it off the market. We were supposed to have an escrow account made for when it sold. Because of my TRO I have not been there and the realtor says it’s in such bad shape all the time she can’t even show it. How can I prove she abandoned the home and... Read more »
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