My husband I are filing for dissolution of our marriage in Montgomery County, OH. We are in agreement on all terms in the Separation Agreement. Will we really need to file the financial affidavits? We own nothing mutually. Nobody is requesting spousal support.
My wife an I have had problems and we are about to buy a home. I dont want to have 5+ years of equity go to waste and lose the home to her IF we end things. Can I have someone draw up an agreement to have her sign so that if we divorce, we can split the home down the middle or one of us buys the... Read more »
Postnuptial agreements (meaning after you are already married) are not enforceable in Ohio. However, your goals (either split the home equity or one of you buy the other out) are both very likely scenarios if a divorce occurred regardless.
You must to talk to your lawyer about the 401k and what can be done with it. If you don't have an attorney, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney who can review the circumstances, advise you, and prepare a QDRO if needed.
His name is the name on the deed the disillusionment agreement says we each get 50% at the home it was signed by the judge finalized we both continue 2 reside here it's for sale exhusband tells me I'm a squatter and I need to leave can he do this?
Whether you can stay depends on the terms of the Separation Agreement which would be attached to the Decree of Dissolution filed by the court. Review that Separation Agreement then talk to the attorney who handled your dissolution case. If you didn't have an attorney, that could be a...Read more »
Yes, as a spouse , she acquired rights in the home and any other real estate and property that you own. If you sell the home, she would have to agree to sign the transfer deed. In a a divorce, she could be entitled to receive a portion of any increase in equity during the time of the marriage....Read more »
The divorce process requires both spouses to file the required affidavits of property and income with the court and provide copies to each other. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to advise you.
He had a baby on me he is 1 we have a house together both names on it. He is going thru custody battle for his son now. He lives with us I watch him while he works. I don’t have an income currently because I’m home watching his son. He’s now refusing to pay my car payment that he has been... Read more »
I can no longer afford legal representation at the current time. I had to let my attorney go last week. Having a Deposition ASAP is in my best interest. Without counsel, I could use guidance on where to begin and how to best proceed.
You've indicated that you need a lawyer. You've also said you are overseas, and Justia has the question in the Ohio section with a location in Virginia. So the first step here is to figure out where you have court so you can seek out an attorney who practices in that area. You want to...Read more »
No clue what to do first. Divorce decree from OCT states that I intend to file for bankruptcy. However, QDRO funds are WAY overdue due to negligence of ex, his lawyer,both…so it’s costing me money in lawyer fees every month chasing them down. I’m broke. Now I can’t afford to pay another... Read more »
This is not legal advice. However, there is case law that says retirement funds owed by the ex spouse through a divorce settlement is an non-exempt interest and property of the estate (meaning a bankruptcy trustee can take it to pay creditors). However, retirement accounts are exempt, and a QDRO...Read more »
I got a letter with my husband for a proceedings to dissolve your marriage from his attorney I don’t have one and I have no idea what it is and he is yelling for me to sign it not knowing what I’m signing
Your spouse wants to terminate your marriage. A dissolution of marriage is a way for the spouses to terminate their marriage if they agree on all the terms of property division, spousal support, child custody, etc. If the spouses cannot agree on everything, then it proceeds as a divorce. Use the...Read more »
There is no way to answer that without knowing all the facts of your situation. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney who can review all the facts and advise you of your rights to martial property, finances, and spousal support.
Hi, I'm a stay at home mom to 4 kids including a breastfed infant. My husband works 12 hours a day and 3 days off, but is not present when home as he smokes weed outside for hours on end. Or he's asleep because of medical issues and can't be woken up. I have a support system and do... Read more »
You should talk privately with a divorce lawyer. Don't be afraid. From what you said, it is most likely that it is in the best interest of the children for them to be with you. A Guardian Ad Litem can be appointed who would probably say that the kids should not be with a pot head. He would...Read more »
Lying under oath is perjury. See Section 2921.11 of the Ohio Revised Code. (link below). It is a criminal offense and punishable as such. You can serve up to 3 years in prison if convicted. You probably want to get an attorney on board to defend you and represent your interests....Read more »
Courts do not appoint attorneys for divorce cases -- that's only for criminal cases. The spouses get their own attorneys and pay for them. It is not required to have an attorney for a divorce, but it is recommended. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to contact some local attorneys and select one to...Read more »
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