The time for a separation agreement would have been at the beginning of the separation. If you have been separated for two years with no issues it is unlikely you need a separation agreement now unless there is property, assets/debts to be divided and / or child related issues. At this point, if...Read more »
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You can potentially do it yourself somewhat for free if you are indigent and your local court provides a divorce forms packet. It is extremely difficult and confusing for most people and most basically end up wasting their time and some money trying to do it themselves. We can provide...Read more »
My husband of 8 yrs left in 3/18 and is filing for divorce (100% his choice).
I moved from TX, where my family lives, to NC to marry him. I gave up 3 yrs’ of alimony from my ex and sold stock I received in that divorce to make $60k in repairs to my husband’s home (we refinanced in both... Read more »
You can look at a chart and calculate child support - you can't do that with equitable distribution. There are many factors that can be considered and a Judge has wide discretion to decide. The best thing is for you and your spouse to sit down and decide something fair yourselves for free or at...Read more »
It mostly depends on whether you have a properly drafted and execute separation agreement or not. As to the beneficiary - you control that (unless you have contractually agreed otherwise) but without a separation agreement that specifically addresses that issue, the money you spend on it may be...Read more »
She filed for divorce from post separation child support and divorce from bed and board but she is still living at home with the children and I am providing all the support. So what am I going to pay for? Can I file motion to dismiss Post separate child support and jury duty for divorce hearing? I... Read more »
You need an attorney, as how you are describing things makes no sense. If your are living together and she has filed a divorce from bed and board - she is essentially asking the court to kick you out. And if you don't hire an attorney ASAP she may very well prevail.
There's no such thing as an immediate divorce. You have to have been separated for a year before you can file for divorce. how to file for divorce in North Carolina you have to have lived here for at least 6 months. Then the process typically takes a couple of months after that. An attorney can...Read more »
One first step might be mediation. That would allow each of you to, with the assistance of a third-party neutral, attempt to resolve all issues relating to the divorce on your own. This is much less costly than hiring attorneys and going to court, and keeps control in you and your wife's hands...Read more »
I have been married for 13years. I have a DVPO against my husband. We have a house that we have only had for 4yrs. Everything is in my name. I would like a divorce and would like to know what's my rights and my best recourse to take.
You need to be separated for at least a year to be eligible for divorce in NC. At this point you likely need to consult with a local family law attorney who can review your situation in more detail and lay out your options for you. Best of luck
While we were separated my ex and I created a vehicle property notice agreement which we both signed and had notarized prior to our divorce. He was to get the car refi'd in his name or sell it and pay the difference on the loan as of 12/5. He has not followed up with his end of the agreement.... Read more »
If you do not file for equitable distribution prior to having your divorce entered, then you waive the right to have the family court decide this issue. However, since you have a written agreement, you may still be able to seek relief in the form of a breach of contract claim. I would recommend...Read more »
I also purchased a 1957 chevy Bel air for $20,000. It's under his name because I had bad credit. He said after I paid it of he would transfer it to me, he hasn't. Now I filed for divorce, what can I do?
Did you file for equitable distribution? If not, you need to do that BEFORE the divorce is entered by the court. In NC, that claim will protect your marital interest in the property regardless of title. The claim just has to be pending when the divorce is entered. There are no forms to file...Read more »
That is the classic way for a party who doesn't want a divorce or has some interest in the divorce not going through (for example keeping some sort of marital benefit in place) to delay the divorce as long as possible - be the first to file and then simply never calendar the case for disposition....Read more »
I am wanting to leave my husband and collect child support. I am on SSDI but my husband is telling me that he will not pay me anything because when we were separated a year ago but still living in the same home due to financial reasons, I dated someone else, whom he told me to date, and he will... Read more »
You seem to have the wrong idea about things. You need to consult a with a local family law attorney who can review your situation in more detail and lay out your options. If you were living together in the same house - you were not separated. As to him 'coming after you' for adultery, what does...Read more »
They want to raise my support by close to 100%. My ex-wife thought that was too high. She's the one that initiated a review. Will the court allow us to negotiate a reasonable amount or am I bound by their terms?
Child Support is based on guidelines. Basically, plug in your incomes and out comes a child support amount. If that amount is what your ex wants - it will be non-negotiable. The only thing you can really do is hire an attorney to make sure the calculation is correct or convince your ex to either...Read more »
Yes. County is called the venue. Venue is not jurisdictional, which means it can be waived. If a divorce is filed in a county where neither party lives, then the defendant can file a motion to move the divorce to the proper county. But it's not grounds to dismiss the action.here is the case:...Read more »
You would likely end up needing to consult a Pennsylvania attorney. If you have been served with the divorce paperwork, you should take some action ASAP. Most states have a short time frame within which to respond. In NC, it is 30 days - not sure what the time limit to respond in PA is. If you...Read more »
I live in North Carolina and plan on separating from my wife. She has a stay-at-home internet business in which she makes approximately 75% of what I do. I plan on moving out and getting my own place. I want to open a separate checking account in my name only for budgeting and security purposes.... Read more »
You can do it that way but you will have definitely and unnecessarily over complicated things. If you are worried she will spend too much, just get your own separate account that she doesn't have access to (as you already plan to do) and simply cut her a check every month. She can't spend what...Read more »
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