I’m in a legal separation, my wife went on what I thought was a quick trip to see her family and ended up not coming back. She then filed for legal separation. I have had one hearing already and the judge when I asked for my wife to be ordered to return with my child because I did not give... Read more »
You will need to seek an temporary or permanent order from the judge. You may be able to do this within the legal separation proceedings or you may need to start formal divorce/child custody proceedings.
he took off in 2010 with all of my jewelry and money. i have been homeless ever since.. I need help i called the Attorney General and was told i could do nothing because we were married.. if i am still his wife can i get spousal support? He must be rich i was his 7th wife
You may seek a divorce, if you want to. If he has remarried, you can alert the authorities re: bigamy. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. This answer does not constitute legal advice; make any predictions, guarantees, or warranties; or create any Attorney-Client...Read more »
Hello, I live in Las Vegas and I filed divorce I have 2 kids that live with me....I do not know her address and she wont give it to me, she currently lives in North Dakota. She abandoned the 2 babies and left them with me. I filed my divorce papers with affidavit for service by publication also... Read more »
If there is a final hearing, the court might ask you if everything you filed is current. You would have to say that your affidavit of due diligence is not current because you did get the email from her. It would be best if you replied to the email notifying her of the divorce and requesting her...Read more »
What NV law covers this statement for divorce cases? No one has been able to show me anything. I am NOT retired military, receive 100% VA Disability Compensation for injuries received during Vietnam, prior to marriage!!
Probably not. You would have to file something to reopen the case, and normally anything filed in court has to be signed. By "signature", do you mean a notarized signature? I ask because I'm having trouble understanding why you hesitate to put your signature on the application. It is not...Read more »
It really depends on what you are going to Court for. You say assets have been divided. What about debts? Do either you or your spouse seek attorneys fees? The fact that you have lived separate for two years is not really a factor. As a general rule, you need a recent Financial Disclosure Form...Read more »
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