Yes my ex wife is complaining that I had her removed by signing the domestic partnership, I was under the impression that they are one in the same for this purpose, my workplace allowed domestic partnership, allowed in the state, all signed and legal. Is that reason enough to take her off my... Read more »
I am divorced and I found out yesterday that my ex mother-in-law left my 9 year old daughter home alone for 15 min because she needed to take my son to school because his bus never showed up at the bus stop. So instead of bringing my daughter with them to drop my son off, she left her home alone.... Read more »
If the child was not in danger, they may argue that it does not constitute neglect. Talk to your attorney about the possibility of a first right for parenting time when either parent is not available to care for the child . . . such as when one parent must be travelling for an extended period.
Speak with your attorney to evaluate what it is you seek to discover, prove, or reveal with the unsealing of a court record. If you don't have an attorney, find one. FOR EXAMPLE, Under what conditions might you like a judge to order your documents unsealed. If they were sworn financial statements...Read more »
My ex lied to my landlord and told them that I gave him the deposit to move it to his next lease starting August 1st. Since I paid the original deposit and he is starting a new lease, shouldn’t I be the one that receives it back?
If your ex is lying to your landlord, there is a good chance they may also be lying to you. If you have the same landlord and you are now trying to convince them to return your deposit, this may have to be resolved in court if the landlord refuses to return your deposit. I suspect there are...Read more »
The time to enter the final Judgment begins three months and one day after a hearing in a case where the grounds are irreconcilable differences that have led to the irremediable breakdown of the marriage. The effective date is the date on which the judge signs it. At that point the parties are...Read more »
The complaint is a motion for the defendant's right to terminate alimony. The defendant is my ex-husband and I have remarried. I agree with the motion. I just don't want to have to hire an attorney and go to court to get this done. There is a court date listed.
If you choose to represent yourself, you shall be obligated to do the appropriate responses for yourself. If you have no objection to the motion, you should have both probably asked your attorney to prepare the agreement for you and save yourself the time off work to go to court.
We are married. He is cheating and is verbally/emotionally abusive along with a history of drinking. I have family out of state that have opened their doors to the kids and me. Can I bring the kids there for safety and start a case for separation from the new state?
You may file the case in Rhode Island. The other state may have a residency requirement that could cause you to have to wait for up to a year before filing. Meet with a Rhode Island Divorce attorney to explore your options soonest.
Talk to the attorney representing you in your divorce. If you don't have one, make an appointment to meet with and retain one soonest. Also, consider going to your doctor to get tested for any unwanted "gifts".
Talk to the attorney you retained to represent you in your divorce. Depending on the nature of the settlement, and the other assets, if any, there may be a way to come to a satisfactory arrangement to help you get on the road to becoming "happily unmarried."
I supported half our income on part time and am available most days to bring/pick up our son to school. I believe it would be in the best interest for him to have physical placement with me versus what his father wants which is shared placement (50/50). However, he works full time with many times... Read more »
. I am a 100% disabled veteran. I have three daughters and have applied for the VA dependent education benefit (chapter 35) to pay for college expenses. My ex wife wants this to be applied to her half of the tuition that is due. E.g. We owe $8000 this year and instead of splitting that she wants to... Read more »
The property has always been in my name only & predates the marriage. My ex never lived there; her name was never on any of the paperwork. The divorce final judgment was 10/31/95. Our agreement clearly indicated the property was mine & she has no claim to it.
Yes, under rule 60, there is a time limit if you are petitioning the court to vacate the prior Judgment. If, however, there is a post final motion for relief and it is unanswered, the risk of a default judgment is very possible. To clarify this answer, contact an attorney to review your...Read more »
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