My judge is reviewing my case April 8th. I'm still trying to get my husband served. What should I do? What more proof does the judge need ? I have text messages showing he refused to pick up the papers at the post office. I wish I could just turn in the Marital Agreement. I'm not asking... Read more »
I am going through a divorce, and have had to take an excess of personal time off while taking care of things, my wife, who has a friend that works for the same hospital, contacted her an was given copies of my "call ins", and schedule in an attempt to threaten me. Is the hospital liable... Read more »
You should speak with a Kentucky lawyer. Your question is not clear. If a divorce was obtained without your knowledge then perhaps it did not address the issues of custody or property and you can address them by filing motions within the case. Since its not possible to answer your question...Read more »
I left our home because it was toxic, all my things are still there. Just talking between the 2 of us I told him I’d let him have the house, but I wanted whatever the court decided was my “portion”. He went behind my back and I just got sent a “temporary exclusive use and house... Read more »
If you say he went behind your back you may have grounds to file a motion to set aside this order if it is an order, you say it is a letter is it only a demand from his lawyer or an order signed by the judge? You can file a motion to reconsider/set aside 10 days from the date of the order. You...Read more »
My husband has filed for divorce and I’ve been served papers, but what if I don’t have the funds to hire an attorney at the moment? He was always our main source of income and I stayed home a lot during our marriage.
My husband and I both agreed it would be for the best that we separate. I left him in the house because his family lives in GA and he would have nowhere to go so I live with my brother. When I first moved in I had no job because I stayed with our son. Is he legally allowed to cut off all finances... Read more »
He should not be able to do that however until you file you will have a hard time enforcing your rights. More information is required or answer your question. Once a divorce is filed in Kentucky he would be prohibited from doing that. To protect your rights file for legal separation or for...Read more »
my wife is in a nursing home in Georgetown,Kentucky, because of a second stroke she has had, she was at home when she had this last stroke, I have been her only caretaker since she can't take care of herself, our marriage has been over roughly 2 years before her first stroke we have not slept... Read more »
I am on disibility. Today I went to KY legal aide in my area to get a retainer to file for divorce from my husband of 21 years. We were both miserable in the marriage and he moved out 6 months ago. He makes 70,000 a year. I was told today that I shouldn’t even bother filing for... Read more »
Me and my wife are going through a divorce. She moved out of the house that we lived in about 3 1/2 four years ago. I still reside in the house and I have been keeping up with the upkeep and maintenance this entire time. She has not made a mortgage payment which is in her name only for the past... Read more »
There is no abandonment in this case. You have an agreement. You split the sale proceeds. You get half. She gets half. If the nonpayment was not addressed in the property settlement agreement, then it has to be divided equally.
I didnt Know he was impotent before we were married. He said we would travel and he wanted to take me so many places. He didn’t. He treated me like a maid instead of a wife. He filed for a divorce without asking me and two policemen brought the papers to my front door. We promised each other we... Read more »
You can file a response and a counter-petition requesting an annulment. Impotence is probably a good ground on which to base a request for an annulment. However, strict statute of limitations typically apply in annulments. Consult with a lawyer.
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