Send written correspondence to your ex - via email (or the app that you agreed to use) telling your ex that they have not paid it for x months, they owe x amount to get current and needs to pay x amount monthly (or whatever the schedule for payment is). Advise your ex that if you do not get payment...Read more »
If you cannot serve the defendant, you are out of luck. That's why people dodge Summonses. You must hire a Special Process Server who has the skill to figure out how to get the job done. In counties with a population of over 1,000,000, you must get court permission to appoint such a Server.
I got divorced in September of 2019 there was no previous court order that required my ex to true up for his secondary employment. I was told by my attorney that he only has to true up from the date of the divorce until the end of the year. Nothing about retro pay is mentioned in our MSA. MSA only... Read more »
Rather than being pro-rated it is likely to be based on income earned from the date of the divorce through December 31. Your best bet is to ask the lawyer who represented you in your case, since he or she will be familiar with the terms of your MSA and their interpretation.
She stated she disagreed with the amount. She wasn’t aware the tru-up starts day of filing divorce agreement. Check was significantly less than she expected. She threatened to and then the ripped check up. She gave me a pic to prove it.
Send her an email or a certified letter offering to go halves with her on an independent accountant or divorce lawyer to calculate the amount that the true-up requires. Otherwise, you don't have to do anything until she files a Petition to hold you in contempt of court. Then, you can show the photo...Read more »
Married 27 years. Moved in home almost 20 years ago. Home is currently in father in laws name. Husband and I have been paying mortgage directly to father in laws bank account. Both of us have worked and contributed to mortgage and home upkeep and remodeling. Husband is working on refinancing home... Read more »
At the best, you have an uphill battle if you hope to establish that the home is a marital asset. Talk in person to an experienced divorce lawyer who can learn more facts from you. It might turn out that you have a claim to reimbursement for the marital funds that were contributed to the home that...Read more »
Your question seems to assume that there must be a six month separation before you can get divorced. This is not true. If both of you agree to the divorce, you do not have to be separated for even one minute.
His name is on nothing he work for cash only I have W-2s he left me got incarcerated for a year and he still is not living in the home he has many vehicles on property and I don't see him and vehicles are open titles can I get rid of them? &
my home is paid off and we're talking divorce can... Read more »
The only grounds that you can use for a divorce in Illinois are irreconcilable differences. You should not dispose of any property. Wait until you have a court order regarding the property. If the house is titled in only your name and you acquired it prior to your marriage, it should be considered...Read more »
We just got divorced in September of 2019 there was no previous court order that required him to true up for his secondary employment. I was told by my attorney that he only has to true up from the date of the divorce until the end of the year. But I am unsure of this answer. Nothing about retro... Read more »
Within a month of the divorce becoming finalized, my ex closed out that account and pocketed the money. That account was in my grandson's name, with his social security number. My ex's name and my name were also on the account if something happened to my grandson. Could my ex close that account... Read more »
This is a question to ask the lawyer who handled your divorce. He or she is familiar with the court orders and settlement agreements entered in your case. Ideally, one of those should have addressed the issue of what would happen to this account if the lawyer knew about it and the names on the...Read more »
As soon as divorce was finalized, my ex went and closed out my one grandson's account and took it all. The child is 3 1/2 years old and we had a 50/50 split on all finances. My son, the father of this grandson, will not speak to his father so he did it out of spite. Can I do anything to try and... Read more »
Exactly what kind of account was set up for this child? Was the child's social security number used for the account? If it was a proper UGTMA account, then no one would have any rights to the account - EXCEPT the child. In this situation, you would have no claim to 50% of the funds, There could be...Read more »
Matter on appeal (interlocutory and final order). Does circuit case counsel file appearance in appellate case or not? Is the attorney’s appearance filing in the circuit case automatically applied in the appeal case without that attorney or other filing an appearance in the appeal case in the... Read more »
The divorce was filed in 2015, my ex's attorney never contacted me about mediation or anything else like he said he would. I no longer live in Oklahoma and haven't for years. How can I get this ugly situation gone for good or is it already and I just didn't know?
If the Clerk of the Court in the Oklahoma County where the divorce was filed has a website, use it to check on the status of the case. If you can't find a website, call the Clerk of the Court in the Oklahoma county where the divorce was filed and ask them how to find out.
Not without a court order giving you permission. It's more complicated than it sounds -- don't try to do it without a lawyer's help. While you're in court you should consider asking the judge to hold your ex in contempt for not paying child support.
My wife and I decided not to divorce so she can stay covered under my health insurance. So we are legally separated with two children. We already have a Financial Agreement and Parenting Agreement. Now I want to change our status from "Legal Separation" to "Divorced". Do I need to hire my lawyer... Read more »
It's possible you could do it on your own, but i strongly recommend returning to your lawyer (whose already familiar with your situation) and letting him or her handle it. There's a lot of truth in the old saying, "I'm a professional. Don't try this at home."
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