Pete David Louden's answer This is a problem that I encounter often when a custodial parent puts her need to be in control over the best interest of the child. The good news is that there is a solution to take it out of her hands. I have had success in the past with this type of issue by modifying the visitation order to specifically state that people other than the father can conduct visitation exchanges. This should solve the problem. Pete D. Louden www.normanlaw.com
Pete David Louden's answer In order to give you an opinion on a legal document, an attorney would need to first see the document. You should take all your documents to an attorney so they can review and then they will be able to give you a reliable answer.
Gary Johnston Dean's answer He must serve her with notice of filing of the divorce. If he knows where she is, it would be best to hire a private process server to serve her. If he can't locate her, she can be served with notice by publication, and should get a lawyer to help make sure it's done right. You can continue to live together after he is divorced, but can't get married for 6 months. Good luck.
Pete David Louden's answer If the parties are not able to agree how debts are divided it is left up to the court to decide. There is no one answer that applies in every case. You would need a formal consultation with an attorney so they could gather all the information necessary to give you an opinion of what the court might be likely to do in your particular situation
Pete David Louden's answer If a divorce has been filed you must follow the automatic temporary injunction which limits out of state trips. Will also depend on other factors such as who is awarded custody. Meet with an attorney to discuss your case in detail and get specific advice that will apply to your situation.
T. Luke Barteaux's answer Bigamy is a felony in the State of Oklahoma. Bigamy happens when someone marries a person while still legally married to someone else. Often the perpetrator will do everything in their power to hide or lie about the previous unresolved marriage(s) to the new spouse, their previous spouses, and law officials.
Although, the act of Bigamy is a felony crime in Oklahoma the process of marriage is severely flawed to prevent such crimes. When applying for a marriage license in Oklahoma the...
Doak Willis' answer You would need to file for an annulment of the marriage since your husband was married and is still married at the time you got married to him. You will also need to file a Petition against him for paternity to have legal status of your children determined as well as for custody, visitation, and child support issues to be legally dealt with.
Gary Johnston Dean's answer You should consult an experienced Family Law Attorney, in your area, for help with this problem ASAP. You have waited long enough to receive what you're entitled to from this bum!
Reece B. Morrel Jr's answer Based upon the facts that you have shared and without seeing the documents involved, my initial answer is no. I do not believe that the estranged husband can challenge the sons being selected as the primary beneficiaries and recipients of the proceeds from the IRA.
But it is not a guarantee. For example, it is possible that the husband could argue that the decedent did not have legal capacity to make the change or that the change was made under duress.
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