There is no set time frame on how long it should take. The courts strive to have your matter concluded within 12 months, but that may not be realistic depending upon the complexities of each case, coupled with the number of cases in a particular county (Essex is notorious for having heavy case load...Read more »
I am willing to file b2 extension with consequent COS to F1. Currently I am married to GC holder, willing to file for divorce. I am here in USA and willing to study...I have unfinished MBA. I dont want my marriage influence my life any longer
Probably Argentina. But since I'm not familiar with Argentina, be wary that International divorce laws vary. Even within the US, divorce laws can vary between states. You should also consider any jurisdictional issues that may be brought up by your spouse.
You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney, with extensive domestic violence trial experience to help you and represent you in this case. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good...Read more »
You need to file for divorce or annulment. The marriage is still in effect unless and until it is terminated by a Court. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is by retaining an experienced matrimonial attorney. You need the best attorney you can...Read more »
Divored in Florida. My daughter and I moved back to NJ . Her Child support ends at 18 and it doesn’t mention helping pay for collage . Florida law says they don’t have to help wirh collage But Jersey law says they do . How do I get it changed so he is required to help with collage
two states have different child support laws. as for child support i presume the following : your child's support started in new jersey and then when you moved to Florida then you end child support in new jersey and started child support in Florida. then when you come back to new jersey again then...Read more »
She didn't like the apartment i lived in. Also, she knew before marriage i live with my parents and they are dependent on me because they are disable. She left the house after three months of our marriage. Now, she has her own apartment and living independently. She was on student visa so she... Read more »
You do not need her signature to obtain a divorce. You just need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney, who will represent you in this case. There is no issue of spousal support either. As for the immigration aspects, I am fairly certain this was a fraudulent "Green Card" marriage on her...Read more »
My wonnHas a mild learning disability and she speaks English to assure the medical and educational well being of my children. I am their father and she wants to take them to St Lo hi is Missouri where her sister lives . By law can she just pick up and go
NO! She cannot leave N.J. without a Court Order, which allows it. You can certainly fight this by retaining an experienced matrimonial attorney. In a landmark ruling handed down recently by the New Jersey Supreme Court, the court unanimously reversed its 2001 Baures holding that a custodial parent...Read more »
TCAJA does not appear to require court approval or a divorce filing in court before December 31, 2018 if you have a written separation agreement that preserves the alimony exclusion. Can my wife and I execute and get notarized a separation agreement through mediation and have a chance to meet the... Read more »
You really need to have this document prepared by an experienced matrimonial attorney and the divorce completed prior to December 31, 2018. Trying to represent yourself in Court is a bad idea. Not only are you emotionally involved, but you are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court...Read more »
I tried to ask for divorce in the past. Spouse constantly called, emailed & texted 24/7 when I was not home. Threatened to slander my reputation, called my friends and family to get them on his side, tried to put my kids against me, made sharing our home impossible, take away my car, ruin my... Read more »
No it is not hard at all. You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to handle this case in an aggressive professional fashion. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney...Read more »
All aspects of equitable distribution, which includes assets and liabilities can be negotiated during the divorce process. Your case requires an in person consultation with an experienced matrimonial attorney. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick...Read more »
If you are both in NJ and the property is in NJ, the general rule is 1/2 the appreciated equity. But in a divorce, everything is subject to negotiation and some things can be traded off for others. You need to retain an experience matrimonial attorney to represent you in this case. Pick the best...Read more »
or is a letter to the acting judge sufficient? The divorce is set for trial and the acting judge ordered my husband to comply with order to produce by a certain date or request for sanctions can be submitted, and that due date set has passed.
In order to address the other party’s non-compliance, a motion should be filed to compel the party to provide the information. If you are still having difficulty, subpoenas should be issued to obtain the information. Depending on the discovery schedule, the...Read more »
I would like to know why I cannot get a divorce just because my husband refuse to sign acknowledgement papers. I have filed my complaint since May of 2018 and I am ready to get the case heard before a judge so I can get a divorce decree. My husband moved out since I first served him divorce papers... Read more »
You need to retain experienced matrimonial counsel. His signature is irrelevant. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is by retaining an experienced matrimonial attorney. You need the best attorney you can afford, do not let geographic...Read more »
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