It is difficult to answer your question as you say you signed a "birth certificate." If it was a birth certificate then more facts are necessary. If however you signed an "acknowledgment of Paternity," then under the law you are the "father" of the child and will...Read more »
If you were served with a Judgment of Divorce that is signed by a Judge, then you are divorced. If you received any other papers then you are not divorced. Take the papers to an attorney and ask them to explain what it is you received.
1. The reason for the divorce is generally not relevant to property division.
2&3. In Alaska, mediation is always voluntary. The court will order mediation if the parties both agree it would be useful, but would probably not do so if one party tells the court that emotional abuse...Read more »
I cannot imagine anyone being able to give you an authoritative answer because the law never anticipated this type of thing happening. The law is clear that you must pay child support until the child reaches 18 or GRADUATES from H.S., whichever is last to occur. It doesn't cover what should...Read more »
If a couple gets married and buy a house together but one spouse puts more money down on the house for instance from the sale of a home they owned prior to the marriage, will that spouse be entitled to what they put down plus half of the gain in equity of the house during the marriage?
If the down payment can be traced to a separate property source, the spouse making that part of the down payment will be entitled to reimbursement of that down payment. That reimbursement credit will be taken off the top of the sale proceeds (or total equity) before the community's share is...Read more »
My ex falsely accused me of DV the night I escaped. I kept silent and plead guilty because he continued threatening me and because the only witness that could verify was my daughter. I couldnt put her through that. A few months later during divorce, he got sole custody. Ten months ago, he was... Read more »
It depends on what may be stated in your settlement agreement or judgment of divorce. I recommend that you bring your divorce documents to a qualified family law attorney to review and advise of your options.
Out the joint account 2 months ago. Sole support for me last 6 years married 3. He had also took the breaker and thermostat so I had no air cond. And after a week gave it back. He makes 90+ per year and per his lawyer consultation to not help me out with bills . Shows ability to pay. I have... Read more »
So I’ve been divorced for awhile now but I’m confused what to go off of. The child support addendum originally stated that I paid 50% up to $300 per child for homeschool, and I don’t have to repeat payment if my ex decided to hold them back a year. I didn’t know, but my ex marked all this... Read more »
Both husband and wife did not have a domicile in DR at the time of the divorce. Now in 2021, he is trying to remarry but immigration states before getting married to someone else he needs proof that one or both needed to reside in the Dominican Republic of which neither lived in DR. Is there... Read more »
The divorce parties have to comply with the residence requirements of the place of divorce in order for that divorce to be recognized by USCIS. In other words, the validity of a divorce abroad depends on the interpretation of the divorce laws of the foreign country that granted the divorce and the...Read more »
He had a baby on me he is 1 we have a house together both names on it. He is going thru custody battle for his son now. He lives with us I watch him while he works. I don’t have an income currently because I’m home watching his son. He’s now refusing to pay my car payment that he has been... Read more »
Our child will be living with me in NYC since she’s enrolled in a NYC public school. Our child would spend all weekends with her mom outside of NYC. My spouse wants a 50% custody. My spouse is the lower earning parent. While our child will spend 65% of her time with me and 35% of her time with... Read more »
I THINK THIS IS BETTER ASKED OF FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS, NOT CRIMINAL.
IF HE AGREES TO TAKE HIS NAME OFF, MAKE AN APPT WITH A LOCAL LAWYER WHO HANDLES CASES LIKE THIS TO SEE WHAT HE WOULD CHARGE TO ADD TO THE CALENDAR AND PREPARE THE MOVING PAPERS TO ACHIEVE WHAT YOU WANT.
You do not need any special language. It does not matter when she cashes the check. The key is that she needs to put it into a separate account in her name only. If she puts it in a joint account with her husband, it will be considered marital property in the event of a divorce.
From what you wrote it sounds like the domestic partner’s name is on the title. Is that correct? If so, then they would have rights to the home. If you want clarification, consult with an attorney who can review the facts and provide you with guidance.
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