You can either have your ex sign a quit claim deed giving the property to you or if the decree has the legal description and states that you get the house you can file a certified copy of the decree in the county records.
Regarding the loan, you would have to refinance to get the debt in...Read more »
Wife has refused ownership of the dog several times due to quality of life at apartment. I’ve offered to pay for everything. He has lived with me for the entire separation period. He was my bestfriend while I was in the army. Now she is only keeping him from me to hurt me. But she has him listed... Read more »
You don't say how the dog is listed in the divorce decree. If the decree says she gets the dog and it has not been signed by the Judge - don't sign the decree. If the decree says she gets the dog and the Judge has signed the decree then the decree is enforceable. Dogs are considered...Read more »
My paperwork says pay X dollars until the youngest minor child becomes 18 years of age, dies, marries, or otherwise becomes emancipated, except that if the child becomes 18 years of age while enrolled in and attending secondary school on a full-time basis, then such support shall continue until the... Read more »
My girlfriend's ex husband had one attorney and my ex wife had another attorney. Both attorneys worked for the same law firm. We got divorced a year apart, her first. My ex made a false abuse accusation, her attorney decided to share this info via a call as fact with my girlfriend's... Read more »
Property inherited prior to marriage. Has been refinanced with both names on deed. Mortgage payments have been paid from joint bank account. Married almost 20 years. How would property be divided in divorce?
This is what the judge said to my ex-wife at the ruling of the division of property, "don't worry you'll come out on top, he'll die before you, he's in bad health and smokes" after I was not allowed my witnesses because my ex-wife said one of them talk to his wife on... Read more »
It's impossible to say without reviewing the complete transcript to determine context. Also, without know what the judgment of divorce says, it's impossible to tell if the judge abused his or her discretion.
In most divorce situations, the parties walk away with approximately...Read more »
His unpredictable behaviors are escalating, now having people over 4 nights a week, until 2am most times. I am a professional with a demanding schedule and will need a nanny afterwards. I'm very on edge lately not sleeping, worrying about the safety of myself and... Read more »
There are situations where the parties will need help from the court to make decisions about the marital home and marital property at the very beginning of the Divorce case. Courts in Ohio use temporary orders to give the parties a set of rules which they must follow while the Divorce case is...Read more »
As to your ex’s belongings. What I recommend is that you send him a letter, while he’s in jail, telling him that he has 30 days to have someone (preferably family) pick up his belongings and that if no one comes within 30 days, you will dispose of his things as you see fit.
Policy taken out before divorce from former spouse. Former spouse received insurance payout although deceased remarried to me. Divorced 2012, deceased and I began relationship 2013, he passed 2020. He and I share 3 young children ages 7 and under. Previous marriage occurred one child who is in 20s.... Read more »
If you are the listed beneficiary of an insurance policy, you would contact the insurance company to determine the payout decision. It is entirely possible that you were removed as the beneficiary of the policies.
The law in Florida is that you can file for divorce here after being a continuous resident for six months. It sounds like your husband could probably fie in DC but he would need to check with a local lawyer there.
I am going to be moving, hopefully in the next 30 days or so, and his things are still here after continued attempts to have him collect – I have multiple messages that are ignored, some that are saying he will come soon, some saying he doesn’t want any of it. I mentioned to him that at some... Read more »
Put all of his belongings in a storage unit in his name. Pay for one month of storage. Mail him the key and storage contract by certified mail and keep a copy. This should protect you from damages for wasting his property.
If there is a court "order" for alimony, the other payor is obligated to pay until the court order is over or vacated. If they stop working or retire early, they are still obligated to make the payment and failure to do so can be punished by contempt of court.
It does sound like you have a lot going on. You should consult with an attorney who can review the case in detail and provide you with guidance. If you can’t afford an attorney try contacting Legal Aid to see if you qualify for assistance.
I called dfcs for assistance and explained how I had nothing and nobody to help me after losing my car and having to quit my job no daycare choices for my hours. Mentally I became worse the more they tries to "help" to where I responded I rather die before you continue embarrassing me.... Read more »
We signed final decree stating I get to keep my 401k and he keeps his. I need money to pay for my bills and food and divorce fees. Will I get in trouble if I cash it out now? I know they recommend to wait til after but my question is will I get in trouble if I cash it out. I really need money since... Read more »
I want to divorce my husband. He refuses to establish a separation date, so I can’t do a no fault divorce. We live in my fathers house, it’s paid off, and will come to me upon his death through inheritance. There is no established rental agreement. I believe my husbands plan is to wait until he... Read more »
A Virginia resident can file for a divorce from bed and board immediately, based on either abandonment and desertion or cruelty and reasonable apprehension of bodily harm. Virginia recognizes contructive desertion, which is essentially a desertion of the marital relationship while the parties...Read more »
Property that is acquired by gift or inheritance during a marriage in Virginia starts as separate property in equitable distribution. This is an exception to the general rule that property acquired during the marriage and before the last date of separation is presumed to be marital property, no...Read more »
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