Interim spousal support is intended to keep the parties in the same standard of living to which they were entitled during the course of the marriage. Therefore, there are a lot of factors to consider in determining this, and the amount will vary from person to person. You can also ask for use of...Read more »
Its a section 103 divorce without minor children. I filed for divorce over a year ago, i mailed in the final judgment months ago and just recently found out my divorce was denied because the separation dates do not reflect 180 days. "Day of separation to date filed" (A notary filed out the first... Read more »
I went to court and got my divorce but the judge did not mention spousal support. I did a motion to reset. Can I get spousal support? We had been married 5 years. Upon leaving he never supported me now I am struggling to pay my bills.
I have been divorced for 4 years now. She is scared of him. The new step siblings use vapes, tattoo themselves, drink etc and she doesn't want to "turn into them" as she put it. Unfortunately, I understand the way and words she describes "I feel like folding into myself when he yells or wont talk... Read more »
My son's wife left him the day he got out of the Army. She doesn't want to change from my sons last name. They have a 3 year old daughter together but she is now pregnant for another man. Her reason for not wanting to change her last name is because she wants to keep the same last name as at least... Read more »
Your son cannot force her to assume her maiden name. If she left him, he needs to file ASAP to cut off her ability to get him in debt. Alternatively, they can go to a mediator for their divorce, if they agree on everything.
My wife and I were married just over a year ago. At the time we were married, she was a recently divorced mother of 3 children from her previous marriage, and we have no children of our own, nor any "community property" to speak of. After getting married, I moved into her house, which is completely... Read more »
Her attorney can still seek spousal support. By the way, you can file for divorce at the beginning of the separation, instead of at the end of the 180 days, to prevent her from getting you in any debt. You should at the least consult with an attorney. Additionally, if you screw up a...Read more »
I've been living at the same rental house for 7 years and I got married 8 months ago but I want a divorce because my husband turned out to be controlling and emotionally abusive. He's monitoring my calls, I can't talk to family members or friends for long, I feel trapped, etc. We have a 4-month-old... Read more »
I get the feeling that he is trying to pull a fast one on me. If i move out do i forfeit any community property, and can he take my car that he bought me but is in his name? That is what he is telling me
My husband and I have been separate for almost four years, he was abusive during our relationship and his ex girlfriend, whom just had a baby with him, says she was abusive to her also. However, neither of us have any documented proof, and he is currently in jail for theft. If I filed for a divorce... Read more »
He is trying to make me leave the house and because I cannot afford the mortgage bill he says that if I don't leave that he will just let the bank take it, same with my car. He purchased it for me but didn't include my name on it, Am I screwed if I leave the house and will I be screwed if I refuse... Read more »
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