The bond is paid and it’s been 4 years been to court couple times then Covid hit and now it’s been 4 years need two know what I need two do will I be put back in jail if he takes his self off my bond live In Tennessee
That is probably up to the bondsman, who you should call as you are his prisoner. If the bondsman asks the Court to exonerate him, then the Judge may set a bond or possibly release you on your own recognizance. But 4 years is a long time not to go to trial. Talk to your lawyer. Be ready with a...View More
Probably need a private investigator to check thoroughly. Check SSA Death List also. Check with all known family members. You might talk a Chancellor into an abandonment ground divorce, which is almost impossible. Publication Service will be necessary in addition to whatever service attempts...View More
In Tennessee, a power of attorney granted by your husband to his sister typically doesn't directly impact property division in a divorce. Property division in divorce is based on equitable distribution principles, considering factors such as the duration of the marriage and contributions of...View More
My parent's have a car title with that states my father OR my mother. My father is passed away and divorced from my mother before he passed. My dad also payed off the rest of the loan on the Cadillac car in question after they were divorced and before he passed. Since I, the son, am executor... View More
As far as the County Clerk is concerned (that is who handles motor vehicle titles in Tennessee), upon learning of your dad's passing, they will consider your mother to be the owner. That is because it sounds like they never updated the title during the divorce like they (probably) should...View More
She actually left me on 6/30, before my pension began. I have documentation proving the date of abandonment. I am trying to complete a quick and easy divorce by using the documents that are provided on the Tennessee government website. However, it states I cannot use these if I have a pension.
Hire a TN attorney to file the Divorce. Defendant may agree to IR Divorce, but if not you will need grounds. In a contested DV, she will discover the Pension property and claim it is marital property. If you cannot get her to agree to an IR DV prior to filing, you may not want to file the DV.
That short marriage does not give you an interest in his separate properties. Instead you should have your lawyer demand what you need to transition for the next five years, and not agree to an ID divorce until you get what you want. Without an agreement, he will have to prove grounds for the...View More
I paid a divorce attorney in February 2022 to get a divorce, it went on for 11 months because my wife could not be found and, therefore was never served with papers. We made 1 court appearance and that was to get permission to run an add in the local paper. Soon thereafter, my attorney quit,... View More
He marked "hand directly to parent" on the papers and when I mentioned this to him he said he's just going to wait for them to come out of his check on its own. Do I need to take him back to court or what do I do because he doesn't want to pay it and the papers was filed March 2, 2023.
It sounds like you did not go to Court, so you do not know what if anything is going on. Call Court and find out when the divorce decree was entered. Order for CS starts then. If no case at Court, then you are not divorced. If CS is not paid, then you must file a Petition to hold him in...View More
There will not be nothing quick or cheap about your divorce. Hire an experienced attorney to get it going, which will include publication service. Abandonment ,may not be an option here, so grounds will be needed if the judge requires same.
He is jobless and took my jewels worth 35 lakh and has drinking habit and abuse me physically and mentally i am planning to divorce him he is jobless and doesn't cares home and daughter he not even pays fee and buys nothing to us he has one married sister he has a commercial house worth 1... View More
You should have called law enforcement. You might be able to file an Action To Recover Personal Property in General Sessions. Use TN terms only, not foreign. Otherwise you will need to file for a Divorce and have to prove grounds.
Should I go to office to read papers or ask them to send them to me first since I have no idea what’s in them. She won’t even talk to me so I can’t get info from her. Don’t know if I need a lawyer or not.
My wife and I were granted a Divorce in Oct 2021 In Illinois. She moved to Midland Texas, while I now reside in Tennessee. Since as a nurse, she makes a lot more money than me (retired) I was granted an alimony payment of 900 dollars per month based upon a 19-year marriage. According to my... View More
For example, if she was awarded a motor vehicle in your divorce decree but the title registration was not changed before she moved, she might have recorded the decree in Texas so she could register the motor vehicle in her sole name in Texas.
From your limited facts, I don't see why not. If she's solely on the deed, she could convey it. If there's a pending divorce, the situation would be different. Consult local counsel to address any concerns you may have.
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