There are probably more details about your situation which were not included with your question. You may want to revise your question or reach out to an attorney to get specific information about your case if your wife has filed a PFA.
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A divorcing couple owned two houses. They agreed that Party B would get the better house and Party A would take their small and run-down first house. Party A could not get a mortgage for the property because too little was still owed on the original loan and nobody would write a mortgage for that... Read more »
I have worked in the same career during our entire marriage which started at around 45K (10 years ago) working my way up the corporate ladder to over 100K. We have 2 children. My wife has a few certifications for professions, but has never kept a job. She always has a reason she leaves after a... Read more »
You really do need to sit down with an experienced family law attorney to address your questions. You would do well to hire an attorney to draft all the necessary procedural paperwork -- but most definitely to craft a comprehensive property settlement agreement to address how assets/liabilities...Read more »
I have a legal question about my post-divorce obligations. My daughter turned 18 in October, but she is still in the 10th grade - she failed more than once. She was supposed to graduate in June 2020. That won't happen. We live in Pennsylvania. Am I required to provide health insurance up until the... Read more »
If your support order requires you to maintain coverage for her, then you should. If you feel it's a burden for you to continue covering her after June 2010, you can file a petition with the court to seek a modification of the order.
When we got our house the only way for her to get an fha loan was for me to sign a release of marital claims. So I am not on the mortgage or deed. I was told that she still could not kick me out or sell the home because it's an established family home regardless of all that. And i have been 800... Read more »
Yes, you need to consult with an attorney. If you're not on the deed, she could attempt to sell the house but she files for divorce you have the ability to ask the court to restrict her from doing so. There are many other aspects to your situation that are best answered in a face to face...Read more »
ok so I have primary custody of my three kids. I pay spousal support to her. but the Ex-wife moved in with her new boyfriend and his wife almost a year ago. they pay for everything housing, food, car, etc.. am I able to take her and them and have there income added to hers for child support?
Yes, the divorce complaint will give you information about filing for counseling. You'll have to file a petition for it. The court can order up to three counseling sessions. usually the person seeking the counseling is responsible for paying for it.
My wife and I purchased a house in mckean county which I paid for. Ahe doesnt work. She contacted the attorney and told them to put only her name on it. They didn't contact me to see if it was ok. However my wife is refusing to put my name on it and now I have a feeling she is going to sell it out... Read more »
I suggest filing a "lis pendens" against the property in McKean Co. in the Prothonotary's Office there. Anyone looking to purchase that property in the future should see that there is a cloud on the title with that filing.
You have quite a few issues and it would be best if you schedule an in person consultation with an experienced family la attorney in your area to discus them in detail. yes, the property in India can be dealt with during the property division phase of a divorce filed in PA.
I’m guessing from your question that you might not be a citizen yet. Immigrants have the same rights to protection from abuse orders as anyone else, but you should talk to an attorney who knows about domestic violence, immigration and family law. In Lancaster, there is a program called the...Read more »
Your income itself will not be divided, except in the event one of you is awarded temporary or permanent alimony. Then your two incomes, as well as the petitioning party's reasonable needs in the case of permanent alimony, are considered. Monthly SSD payments are not considered marital assets.
I was married for 19 years. First house, parents had in their name, every single payment was made by me, from my pay. Every bill and all taxes and insurance were made by me, from my pay from 2011 on. I received a settlement I cannot discuss that was used as down payment on house. The plan was... Read more »
I cannot respond to your question because you already have representation. If you're displeased with the progress made by your attorney, you can always meet with another experienced family law attorney to get her/his opinion.
Filing for support was a good first step. You should consult with an experienced family law attorney to learn and understand your options going forward. You may want to file for divorce and ancillary economic relief, including injunctive relief to try to freeze and/or receive the marital funds he...Read more »
Father has stated that he is refusing to allow me to video, audio, or photograph ANY member of HIS family, including OUR own children. Exact words from an email- "To reiterate, I do not agree to you or David taking pictures, or video, or audio recording me, my family, or my wife. Recording/taking... Read more »
People take pictures of family members all the time. When they are your kids and you are just taking their picture for a memory of an event or otherwise, unless you have a custody order to the contrary, there should be no issue. If you are posting pictures of your kids on social media, it should...Read more »
If your ex-wife legally changed her name after getting married, you are still divorced because she is the same person you originally married. Additionally, the courts ask for social security numbers for parties to a divorce, so that should cover you.
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