He has had more children since he left me he doesn’t speak to our boys, I have heard off and on that he is strung out I don’t know for sure, he left because I didn’t want him to be a drug dealer when he came home from prison
You can get a divorce even if you don’t know where he is. This would be a limited type of divorce that would result in each person being a separate single individual. However issues of child custody, visitation, and property would have to be reserved for a future time when he can be found and...Read more »
An Attorney and the client both have a right to end the Attorney-Client relationship at any time. You do not have to respond to the motion. You have the right to appear on the motion but unless there is something odd about your case or you have trial in a few days the Judge is likely to grant the...Read more »
She was never served any kind of paperwork stating the father had full custody and the ex husband filed abandonment even though he lied to keep them longer and I feel her proceedings were not handled properly and that they judge and court over stepped their bounds how do we find the order or... Read more »
Go to the courthouse where the case is filed snd order a complete copy of the file. Next, take the complete file to a family lawyer who can review the court order and tell you what has to be done to modify the prior order(s).
We have been separated since 9/27 and decided 12/12 that we're going to divorce. We are staying friends through this process. He said he would give me 125 a week in child support but i told him I'd rather he make the jeep pmt because i cant afford it by myself and if i have to let it get... Read more »
I would always advise to have an Attorney help prepare your agreement to make sure the Court will accept the terms. Child support is calculated pursuant to Kentucky Child Support Guidelines using the parents' income and other information. If the amount that you agree on for support is more...Read more »
the house payment and groceries and I was made to pay all other household bills out of my small disability check. After he put me out of our home he moved his girlfriend and her children into our home and her children damaged the upstairs tearing out walls. Am I entitled to anything on this home in... Read more »
It depends how long you were married and how long you lived in the home together but typically any assets and debts accumulated during the period of marriage are divided equally among the parties. If you bought the house together you would be entitled to half of the equity of the home that accrued...Read more »
In Kentucky the easiest way to achieve this would be via an agreement reached in the divorce. If there is an objection, then the Court would decide based on the best interest of the children. This determination would be made at a custody hearing. The party seeking to move must have legitimate...Read more »
I am not sure by your question if the health insurance is with his employer or your employer? You can cancel the insurance whenever you want to if it is in your name with your employer. He can't make you cancel your own insurance. You would have to inform your employer when you are...Read more »
My husband has a child with his previous wife and in the divorce decree it states that they both agreed that if he doesnt try to see the child that there will be no more child support. But now we just received a Child Support review paper. What do we do?
In Kentucky there is a presumption that both parents should see the children 50% of the time and both parents should have joint custody and decision-making. That presumption can be overcome if one of the parties has problems like using drugs or it is not in the best interest of the children to see...Read more »
She wants me to pay maintenance until she is licensed and can sell, probably by year end. If I move out and have to pay for apartment and new bills, how would maintenance be calculated if all my income is spent on rent/mortgage/my bills/her bills? Could she be forced to get a FT job to help support... Read more »
The property sits on an acre of land on my mother-in-laws farm. What would happen if my husband and I divorced? Since she doesn't live with us I feel as if she shouldn't have ties in the share value of the home. Also, what would happen if my mother-in- and father-in-law divorced? Would he... Read more »
Seeing the actual deed would be important, but basically you, your husband and m-I-l are either tenants in common or tenants with right of survivorship. Either way you m-I-l has a 1/3 or 1/2 interest in the property. If you and your husband divorce, she would be entitled to 1/3. If she and her...Read more »
for over 2 years even though he was abusive. Now that he has been approved and received 36,000 he won't give me a dime even though he stated he would many many times in the past 2 years and said that even if I file for a divorce I can't touch it. Is that true?
The felony was not against children. Was a drug charge. My oldest child is 14 and youngest is 8 they both like my fiancé. Ex is threatening to take me to court to keep them away from my fiancé. What steps should I take?
I was recently served divorce papers by my husband. We’ve been separated for a year. It is definitely not reconcilable. We bought a house using mostly funds from his 401k; but not in its entirety. He was severely mentally abusive to the point I had to see several specialists because they thought... Read more »
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