You can still likely file an uncontested divorce. So long as he is served with the complaint you can bring a witness with you to court to testify as to your reason for getting a divorce, and the court can enter a divorce decree.
My boyfriend got a divorce 6 years ago but his ex never legally changed her last name to his but on the divorce agreement at the top it has her name being changed. If that wasnt her legal name does the document still have affect?
Check court's web site for the forms that it requires. Typically, both spouses must submit the income and expense forms, which must be signed and notarized, even if everything has been agreed. That way, if a spouse hides an asset and fails to disclose it, there is a court record of it.
When we divorced I was a school teacher and he was a veterinarian trying to establish his private practice so I was making more $. Can I have the original divorce settlement reopened as his income is higher than mine?
It depends on what your divorce decree and separation agreement say about that and whether those specify that the court retains jurisdiction to make changes. Contact the attorney who handled your divorce, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to review and advise you.
The court usually requires the parties to keep paying whatever bills they have been paying until the dissolution or divorce process is over. To complete a dissolution, both parties must agree to all the terms. If you stop paying, the dissolution could be converted to a divorce, and the court...Read more »
Use the Find a Lawyer tab to locate local divorce attorneys and talk to them to find one to work with. Or call your local bar association. Many lawyers offer a free consultation. If you file for divorce, you can ask the court to order your spouse pay temporary spousal support during the divorce...Read more »
My mother is married and is trying to get a divorce, but is having issues with Domestic violence, she is the only one on the deed and is wanting to sell the home so her husband will leave her alone can she sell the home ,her mother bought the house for her. She then made monthly payments until... Read more »
She cannot convey the property without her husband signing the deed. So she must file for divorce. In the divorce, she can claim that her mother bought the home for her, and the home is her separate property. The court will then decide what happens with the house, and can order the husband to...Read more »
In a dissolution, the parties largely get to control the terms of the agreement. But, all domestic relations courts require that you disclose a wide variety of information and complete all of their required forms.
You can file in the county where you live in Ohio if you have lived in Ohio for 6 months and in the county for 90 days. The divorce complaint would be served on your spouse at her KY residence. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to assist you.
The short answer is - Yes. Each court in Ohio has its own filing requirements to file a dissolution. All domestic relations courts in Ohio require an affidavit of income and expense be filed. While you may be agreeing to a dissolution with your spouse, technically a judge will still rule on it. The...Read more »
If you are still married, and there is no court order for custody, then she can live with either parent. But if she comes to live with you, her father can file for divorce and ask for custody. You can oppose that in court. The court might consider daughter's preference since she is 14, but the...Read more »
I haven't worked outside the home in over 20 years. I raised the kids and took care of them, husband and house. I am 49 so that's too old to start a career or make a living wage. My husband likes to say" go ahead and leave if you're not happy here" knowing I don't have a job. Is it true that I'm... Read more »
Yes you have rights, and a divorce could require your spouse to pay you spousal support (alimony). With a long duration marriage like yours, spousal support would be very likely, although it might not be enough, so you might have to supplement that amount by working. The divorce would also divide...Read more »
You don't need permission while you are married, but your spouse could immediately file for divorce and temporary custody, and the court could require you to return the child. Consult your attorney before moving.
You can still file for divorce. If you do not know the address or location of your spouse, notice of the divorce can be made in the local newspaper. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to represent you and provide the notice in the paper. The divorce would then proceed...Read more »
Probably, unless there is a court protection order or he has been given exclusive occupancy by the courts. Are you going through a divorce, then discuss with your attorney. If you go there, take a policeman with you. Hire an attorney if you dont have one.
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