How is it she is entitled to get that money back if i have to buy her half out if it not a marital asset. That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. It was his house,he sold it,even if her name was on it or it was gonna be left to her in his will. If inheritance cant be shared by divorcing spouses... Read more »
answered on Mar 20, 2023
The down payment by dad is non-marital in nature and will be restored to his daughter. After that, the proceeds will be divided 50/50.
We've been separated a year she's been gone almost that length of time, how is it she can come back to this house whenever she feels like it? And secondly, we pretty much decided to sell the place at some point, and divide the money but, if I choose to refinance the place and buy her half... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2023
She still has an ownership interest in the house regardless of how long she’s been gone so she can still come and go as she pleases. The money her dad put down is a non marital interest that will be restored to her by the court. The best thing to do is get the divorce filed and moving so you... Read more »
We have joint custody but lives with the mother and my boys live with me.I believe she's being abused by the BF. Can I get a EPO for her? It's a court order that boys live with me and our daughter lives with her.
answered on Feb 26, 2023
You might be able to but without concrete proof the better move might be to report it to CPS and let them investigate first.
We are legally divorced but living together with our children.
answered on Feb 19, 2023
No. You do not have to split your winnings. They are all yours.
We have been separated for a little over a year, she moved out and has been living in another County for almost that length of time with another man, can she just show up to our home whenever she wants even to get her remaining clothes or whatever else?? She seems to think she can just because her... Read more »
answered on Feb 16, 2023
She would be entitled to come back to the house, unless there is a court order, saying she is not. If you are having issues over property, division and money, and her returning to the home, I suggest you hire a lawyer and file for divorce or if you’ve already filed for divorce file a motion in... Read more »
Our families health insurance is paid for out of my paycheck. My husband and I separated. Is he responsible for paying me his portion and half of our children’s portion of the insurance?
He left me in oct 2022. Rented a house. Now that he cant afford to stay there he wants to come back just to live not as my husband. I dont want him back. We both have our names on the house/land deed. Can i keep him gone?
answered on Jan 28, 2023
Legally, you can’t keep him from coming back. Best to get the divorce filed quickly, get the house divided and buy him out of his share.
We have separate bank accounts and I bought the ticket.
My friend and his wife have filed for divorce and own and operate a business together. They are not legally separated. He bought equipment for the business after filing for divorce, but she did not know about it. Will that debt be shared, or will it be his?
The deed and title were in my name and I DID NOT want to sell ! I bought it with a V.A. guaranteed loan!
answered on Jan 9, 2023
Yes. The court has the authority to order a new deed. Happens all the time.
I filed November 2021. Husband has received VA Disability for me and my three children, one of which is not his the entire time and has not given that to me or the kids. He has kept it all even though we moved out in November 2021.
answered on Dec 8, 2022
First, who is the vA disability rated on? You or your husband?
She came to the usa in 2019 on a K1 visa, we were married and applied for adjustment of status, we received a deny notice in April 2022 due to previous visa fraud issues on her part which I was unaware of, in September 2022 we received final denial of her AOS, once I explained to my wife what our... Read more »
answered on Dec 5, 2022
Ideally you should hire an attorney who practices both immigration and family law. This way the attorney will be able to make sure the grounds for the divorce are appropriate (limiting your wife's ability to sponsor herself for a green card) and protect you as to any potential spousal support... Read more »
My husband and I are going through a CPS case and he has not been following the case plan and has started smoking marijuana again. He said he will not be stopping again even though he stopped for 6 months during this and I have no clue what to do other than get a divorce but I am 6 months pregnant... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2022
Find yourself the best divorce lawyer you can and file for divorce. The court can require your husband to contribute and support you.
Married 35 yes. Husband has adjusted income down somehow, he kept me from filing until HE was ready. Took about 10 yrs to get to this point. We have a house, 10 acres. He expects me to stay on SSI with no support from him. In 35 years he's bought me clothes once. He's always been greedy... Read more »
answered on Oct 19, 2022
Meet with a local divorce attorney and let him or her review your financial situation. They will be in the best position to help you determine your next move.
I am filing a divorce in Kentucky in hardin county I have been trying to serve my spouse through certified mail, sheriff office, and now have file to have warning order attorney appointed.Is the 50 days they have to report back to the court business days or calander days?
he has past documents from his first marriage that he was emotionally and physically abusvie. I am worried my kids are being or will be abused in the future. He also told the children who are 11 and 8 after a vacation they got henia tattoos and he told them if they ever get real tattoos he will cut... Read more »
answered on Sep 14, 2022
Take a criminal
Complaint against him for terroristic threatening, harassment, Harassing communications and menacing. You may also want to consider an EPO or an IPO against him as well.
answered on Aug 25, 2022
You need to file a petition for dissolution of marriage in the circuit court for the county in which you reside. Support and custody will be dealt with after you file your petition.
My husband and I are separated. He is currently in jail for violating the restraining order I have against him. I want to sell the house, pay off the mortgage, and split the profit with him. Am I legally able to do any of this if I am on the deed but not the mortgage loan?
answered on Aug 25, 2022
Yes. The deed concerns ownership. If you are divorcing and he is in jail, you will need authority from the court to sell the property.
I moved from KY to MD in September of last year. During that time I went to the doctor and the insurance claim was denied. I am getting calls and emails constantly about paying this $1,400 bill. My ex husband isn't paying it and not returning my calls. I am under a lot of stress about... Read more »
answered on Aug 17, 2022
It is your responsibility, although a lawyer may be able to help you, depending on the terms of your property settlement agreement.
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