If you are seeking a divorce, then you will not be divorced until either an uncontested or contested divorce has been started and a Judge enters a Final Judgment of Divorce. To avoid any issues, the best way to do this is to contact an attorney who practices Family Law where you live.
I repeatedly asked her to file taxes with me she refused I want to head and filed them on my own as head of household so will start with a text and order Belcourt so that’s a legal separation document and I lived in the house 11 months out of 12 so I filed all three daughters bars and now I’ve... Read more »
When two people file and take the same dependents the IRS will place a hold on both accounts while they investigate and determine who had the right to take the dependents. If this is what happened then you should hear from the IRS. If she is the one telling you that there is a hold on your...Read more »
Whose name is on title is not the issue. If the house was purchased by your husband before you two got married, that house is his separate property. If during the marriage mortgage payments were made, the assumption would be that those mortgage payments came from community property income. The...Read more »
I would like to keep my divorce as low cost as possible, however, I want to make sure that I am getting everything due to me including alimony if possible. Can I get assistance from a legal aide lawyer for such a case?
Any service providing legal aid is free to pick and choose to whom they will offer services and to the extent such services would be available. In my experience, only rarely would such services be offered. Many times I ask my clients what was ever cheap about their partner, usually the answer is...Read more »
Do I still need to fill out and attach a stipulated parenting plan when I have both an order of custody (joint physical and legal with "liberal parenting time as agreed upon by parties") and an order of child support that we both want to leave in place? Thanks in advance.
I’m sorry about your husband’s passing. We would need more details in order to provide you with answers. It’s not clear if you were married or divorced at the time of his death. It sounds as though you had previously divorced. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts...Read more »
Yes. But you need to provide information regarding the disposition of custody of the child. Be careful if you are attempting to file without the assistance of an attorney. If you get it wrong, your suit may be dismissed with the possibility of have to refile. You don't want to buy a divorce...Read more »
My mother is married and is trying to get a divorce, but is having issues with Domestic violence, she is the only one on the deed and is wanting to sell the home so her husband will leave her alone can she sell the home ,her mother bought the house for her. She then made monthly payments until... Read more »
She cannot convey the property without her husband signing the deed. So she must file for divorce. In the divorce, she can claim that her mother bought the home for her, and the home is her separate property. The court will then decide what happens with the house, and can order the husband to...Read more »
Also, if you live in a different state then the child which states laws do you follow??? If you have it in your divorce decree to inform the other parent of moving to a different state with the child and fail to do that what legal action may the NCP take???
Child support can be changed any time there is a change in circumstances that effects overnights, health insurance, income of the parties, and other factors resulting in at least a 20% change or a change in who pays.
Relocation is a separate issue, though someone relocating can effect the...Read more »
To better explain, I've filled put the UD-2 form to use my current support agreement but when I did it (online paperwork company), it didnt add the current custody and visitation order. It is currently worded as:
"WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against the Defendant as follows:... Read more »
I would like to know if the plaintiff/petitioner in an uncontested divorce with no children and no property division between both parties can file a motion to compel the court to render a judgment and sign a divorce decree when that judge has far surpassed the thirty(30) days from the time of... Read more »
Based on your city being Grandview, MO, I am going to assume you are in Jackson County, MO. They have a specific docket for uncontested cases and you need to send in a proposed judgment. If you have an attorney, they will have done this. If you do not have an attorney, you need to do it. There are...Read more »
Hello, you asked your question in the Alabama forum, but it appears you are in Miami, FL. Regardless, where ever you are located, seek out a legal services office, or other pro bono/income based program in your area. Thanks for the question and good luck!
In a dissolution, the parties largely get to control the terms of the agreement. But, all domestic relations courts require that you disclose a wide variety of information and complete all of their required forms.
You can always file for divorce on your own. You can get all the forms necessary on the NYS Courts website or pick up a divorce packet at any NYS Supreme Court building. You will still have to pay the court fees.
My soon to be ex husband begged to file tax return jointly in January as soon as he got his tax documents. I expressed I didnt trust him, and that he would steal money from me. He told me I was crazy psycho for thinking that. He sent a written email stating he would write a check for 50% of our tax... Read more »
No, it doesn't sound right. You filed a joint return, you are entitled to a portion of the refund. The joint return is marital property. You should consult with an attorney since he has one. Your attorney can see to it that you are treated fairly and equitably. Good luck!
Unless your separation agreement or divorce judgment as a result of trial specified a termination date for alimony and medical coverage and that no Modification proceeding was necessary, then there should have been a Modification Petition filed by ex-husband and an adjudication in favor of...Read more »
You can ask the court for exclusive use and possession of the home on a temporary basis in the divorce action. You may also be entitled to support. You should discuss your specific situation with a divorce attorney to determine your options.
Options? He sleeps on the couch and there is minimal conversation. I moved into his house 7 years ago as his child’s mother..He works full time and I work part time during child’s school hours and a full time PHD student,( I’m paying for my own education)so I can pick up child. Husband... Read more »
Immediately get a consultation with an experienced family law attorney! There are a lot of issues you need to discuss in person with a professional. That is not a discussion that can be had in this type of venue because it will involve a lot of background information before you can be given any...Read more »
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