He never moved with us after I found out he was cheating. We have bond for deed property and making monthly payments. It's considered his separate property bc I didn't think anything when I signed off on it and I knew my credit would be no where on the mobile home when purchased so I... Read more »
I think you are trying to say you had a child before you were married and had an established custody and support order. Later you got married and are now getting divorced. Are you asking if the custody and support order from before the marriage goes back into effect? The answer is no. Your...Read more »
If NO additional funds were needed to buy the second piece of land, then yes you own half, but he has a reimbursement claim for 100% of your half. IF additional funds WERE needed, then you own half, and his reimbursement claim is limited to 1/2 of what he contributed from the sale of his previous...Read more »
My husband works off and has not spent a holiday with our kids in 5 years. He sees them maybe 30 minutes every 3 or 4 months. 5 years ago he came in and said he was filing for a divorce but never did and we have been living separately every since. He is now filing divorce. Is it possible for the... Read more »
My ex wife filed for divorce in 2018 but was denied because she filed the wrong divorce, however I was ordered to pay child support and spousal support. At the time I didn't know the divorce was denied because I was ordered to pay the judgement.
My spouse was caught cheating, though we gave it another shot. He is showing signs of cheating again, and will not allow me access to his phone any further. Would the court be able to pull his phone record so I can have a fault divorce. I believe it will speed up the process.
Having a adultery, fault based divorce actually will slow down the process significantly. And it is much more difficult than a no fault divorce. You should probably pursue a no fault divorce; you can receive all of the relief you need through the regular process as well.
I filed for child custody and child support along with IFP papers and was approved. After that Initial filing I had to retain an attorney and he then filed a divorce suit and a motion to consolidate the two. However he’s also charged me with the filing fees throughout the process snd I’m not... Read more »
If she gave birth to the children while married to you, you are presumed by law to be the father. If this is the case, you should consult with an attorney to discuss how to disavow paternity of the children. Otherwise, you could be legally responsible for paying child support for them.
My husband received money while we were married from a personal injury lawsuit he had before we were married. He started a trucking company and titled everything under his name. I was told that since he started the company using personal injury money I was not entitled to anything because he used... Read more »
Personal injury pain and suffering and lost wages money from an accident before you were married is his separate property, and anything he buys with it is his separate property. Hire a community property lawyer immediately.
My husband is $10K behind on his son from a previous relationship. I am looking to see how this will affect the out come of how much custody he receives of our son we have together and the current divorce.
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