The postal service attempted to serve his paperwork to my address rather than his. I called his post office and they said it must have gotten forwarded because he hadn’t checked his mail in months so she put him on the moved list! I had my mail forwarded to my new address and she said it must... Read more »
Usually you have to serve the other person in person through a private process server or constable, unless you get permission from a judge to serve them via certified mail. It doesn’t sound like you do here. So you would need to serve them in person by a process server. If certified mail service...Read more »
Get a lawyer to possibly get a hearing date sooner than play the waiting game, so the court can make some orders regarding the house. It may come down to selling the house at a loss. Or the court may order her to pay half the mortgage until it’s sold.
My ex took me to court 4 years ago and reduced my child support by almost half, because he no longer worked a corporate job but instead became self employed. Fast forward to now... He is currently over 11K behind in child support even at the reduced amount. And trying to have the amount reduced yet... Read more »
File the answer if you intent to claim your rights. File a waiver if you don’t oppose anything and are okay with him basically going to court without you and asking for what he wants. Sometimes waivers will allow for that if you aren’t careful. Sometimes a waiver only waives service but you are...Read more »
If you’re the beneficiary of an application filed by your citizen spouse, the length of time you must wait after you get your green card, before you can apply for citizenship can be different. If you’re married to a US citizen you can apply 3 years after getting your green card. If you aren’t...Read more »
had bank acct now closed. Current truck together, opened business with a partner while wife financially supported. Purchased motorcycle in his name and she paid payments and insurance, she or his mother paid storage intro as husband and wife. Received packages with spouse last name(packages not... Read more »
It comes down to whether or not you held yourself out to public as husband and wife. To determine that, a divorce would have to be filed, the other party can contest it, and the judge would take into consideration a variety of factors (joint accounts, joint ownership of property, joint tax returns,...Read more »
he has not paid the taxes on the land and it is still 100% in my name as owner, Is there a limitation on getting it transferred, do I get to keep the land if I pay the taxes, to use as collateral or sale.
Presumably the divorce decree awarded the property to him, and then by signing the Special Warranty Deed you have confirmed that grant to him. Therefore, the property no longer in your name, no matter who the tax bills are going to.
If you want it back, you could buy it back a the tax...Read more »
Me and my ex spouse were married for 12 years and divorced in Texas. This was a uncontested divorce and the decree lists us both as joint managing conservators with her as the custodial parent. There is not a standard possession order it only states that visitation will be agreeable by both... Read more »
He has SPO orders but he lives with his sister who does not have a job and they are being taken care of by her boyfriend. The house has 2 bedrooms but there are 5 people in the house. 2 boys sleep in one bedroom and his sister and boyfriend sleep in the other. My husband sleeps in a pullout couch... Read more »
I recently got married and my husband has 2 children that live full time in Texas with their mother, he lives in Idaho currently. They originally had a custody agreement that gave him every second Saturday but since moving he has not been able to reach her at all to inquire about the kids or try... Read more »
You should consult a lawyer about this situation, there are many lawyers who offer free case evaluations. In general you may file a petition for divorce and as the case proceeds there will come a property division. In the meantime you may be able to obtain temporary orders, but this is not legal...Read more »
Do they have to go back to the court and request service or does the respondent just file an answer, although the petition wasn’t given to them? Do they have to go back to the court and request service or does the respondent just file an answer, although the petition wasn’t given to them?
If you've already filed a waiver, you need to get an answer on file. And check the terms of the waiver. Some of the waivers I've seen don't just waive service, but also waive notice of the proceedings.
You don't need a copy of your marriage license to file for divorce. But if you needed the record for some reason, you could contact the county clerk of the county that issued the license. Talk to a family law attorney in your area about the requirements for divorce, and your circumstances.
I want a divorce on the grounds of my husband cheated on me for a second time and this time it's with a co-worker that has lasted closed to three years. What are my options? We are currently renting our home and the only thing we truly have between each other is my SUV is in his name.
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