Husband has taken the kids and car and now living at his moms. This leaves me and the oldest son who is not biologically his but has been raising since 2, he is now 9, with no vehicle. He said he won’t let me see the kids until I get a car. He makes more money than I do and we have always shared... Read more »
I had a prenuptial agreement stating a separate property regime. I was advised “exclusive use” couldn’t be granted but it was. I thought it would only be until divorce. It’s been a year and I can’t get reimbursed.
It sounds as if she was given use of the home, but the property has not yet been split, or partitioned. You should consult with an attorney who handles divorce or property law to discuss filing to partition the community property.
LLC pays the note for the SBA loan. I'm still a guarantor on the loan. Bank won't release me. Ex says she can't get refinanced. I tried to refinance my house and was denied because of being a guarantor on loan. How do I get out of being a guarantor on the loan? Filed a motion for... Read more »
If Louisiana is your permanent address, and you have no plans to move in the immediate future, you can file in Louisiana. I would defer to someone who is familiar with the divorce laws of the other states to say if you can file in one of the other states.
My ex filed, which I agreed to at the time, even though he cheated on me. The divorce was granted over a year ago, he is remarried and refuses to respond to the proposed settlement agreement. I have not been able to get an appointment nor response from my lawyer in six months as to what, if... Read more »
I LIVE IN LOUISIANA, MY SOON TO BE EX WIFE LIVES TEXAS AND SOMETIMES IN MISSOURI. WE HAVE PROPERTY IN BOTH STATES . ALSO, I WAS NEEDING TO KNOW WHICH ISSUE NEEDS TO BE HANDLED FIRST ? I NEED TO FIND A LAWYER WHO HANDLLES BANKRUPTCY, COMMUNITY PROPERTY AND DIVORCE OVER MULTIPLE STATES. HOW... Read more »
Call the Louisiana State Bar Association or the Bar Association in the parish you reside and ask if they have a list of attorneys who might be willing to provide you legal services at a reduced rate or pro bono.
Yes, I agree with Ellen. In Louisiana you are entitled to a no-fault based divorce under Art 102 or 103 and can get default judgments under either article. More than likely you left out a step required to finalize the divorce.
My experience has been that judges are a little more finicky...Read more »
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