After I caught my wife cheating we felt it best she move, we split custody 50/50 haven't gotten a "proper" divorce decree, she did not want to take that route. I have always paid 100% of the child care and my daughters insurance on top 100% of our mortgage and home ins. (etc),... Read more »
It is a complex question with a complex answer. It appears as if you have financially supported everyone for a period of time. It also appears that you wife no longer needs you complete financial support. Need is a primary issue when looking at spousal support. Regarding the child support; it...Read more »
I am POA for my best friend who is currently incarcerated in Oklahoma and trying to divorce his spouse. I have filed a divorce petition and served papers on his spouse for him. His spouse refuses to sign a waiver and insists she wants to appear in court. Though when served with notice of court... Read more »
The first question is a hypothetical, which I can't answer since I don't know what the law will in May of 2023. The second question is that if the original home that was destroyed had your name on the deed, or was by financial equity of some kind marital property then you have a pretty...Read more »
The ex wife is wanting to sell the house which was bought during the marriage yet only in the husband’s name not hers. In the divorce decree the ex wife was ordered to keep payments up but not to refinance out of her ex husbands name. She wants to sell but the husband wants his house back instead... Read more »
He was arrested for beating me up in a Walmart parking lot while he was already on a deferred sentence. I basically married him because I felt like I had to. There were all kinds of abuse, physical injuries, psychological issues resulting from the relationship, intimidation, I lost basically... Read more »
My divorce finalized in February 2020. We filed our 2019 taxes separately and my ex claimed our son. I will be able to claim him in 2020. We have 50/50 custody and split all expenses evenly. We do not have child support either direction. Because my ex claimed him in 2019, the stimulus money for our... Read more »
I wonder what your divorce decree and child custody and support orders say as the provisions of those documents might provide some guidance as to your options. Its probably best to ask your divorce attorney. Generally speaking, I'm not sure there is much you can do that wouldn't cost...Read more »
All the evidence documents reports claims available for both parties legally should have same papers for solid for law abiding in-depth complete history with both parties to honestly in children's best interest law abiding punishment without a doubt guilty party.
I am not sure an annulment is the best choice. I would think you should petition the court for a divorce. You will have to make an attempt to contact her, which isn't as hard as you might think. The real concern is any claim a creditor might have against you for her debts.
Am i legally required to provide wife with a vehicle or transportation? Am I responsible for making sure her health issues are addressed and taken care of? In example providing transporatation to and from doctor visits, ect if we are divorcing
What the court may order is going to be very fact specific to each individual case. To get reliable information applicable to your specific situation consult with an attorney. The Governor has declared that Attorneys are considered essential and therefore many attorneys are still operating and...Read more »
When you download documents from the internet there is no telling what you will get. Never rely upon any documents other than those produced by an experienced attorney. As with all things, it is much cheaper and faster to have it done right the first time.
I filed divorce decree When we lived in another state and got a default sole custody in 2012 (child was less than year old) , we’ve been living in Oklahoma since 2014. Father has never contacted or had anything to do with child since before filed divorce. My child is now 8 yrs old and doesn’t... Read more »
Neither party is allowed to sell, transfer, destroy, or allow to devalue items that could be considered marital property. The short answer is to have your attorney file a motion to compel the other party to cease these activities and return the the insurance and motorcycle to the way it was before...Read more »
The person who files a protective order cannot violate the protective order. The rule of thumb is the person who has the protective order filed against them must leave the premises if the person who was granted the protective order enters. With that said, if you have reasonable evidence that the...Read more »
If the vehicle is titled in both your names, it is hard to represent it as stolen since he has a valid claim of ownership. I don't think you have a way through police or the DA's Office to get the vehicle back. The only thing that comes to mind is small claims court. The argument is a...Read more »
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