Need some more information. But it sounds like you've been divorced but still have the house? If that's the case, an attorney would need to look at the deed. A divorce would sever the tenants by entirety status and make it tenants in common. An attorney would also need to review the...Read more »
Yes. It's possible. But you can also sell the house during the divorce and split the proceeds and move on. First recommendation is that you get everything in writing in a proper marital dissolution agreement, which you'll need anyways. Second, you would be wise to get an attorney to...Read more »
Start calling various Court Clerks with divorce jurisdiction in any County where he may have been a Party. It could be in another State. Another Relative probably has an idea where the Divorce occurred. It may help to suspect a certain time frame.
You can get a child support order pending divorce. Or you could file for legal separation and seek custody/visitation. Support is calculated using the parties' income, deductions for things like insurance and child care, and then applied to the guidelines. Seek local counsel to assist you to...Read more »
We married in 1994. We both have been unfaithful (she had three or four kids outside of the marriage, I had one). We have been separated physically since March 1998. She has on a couple of occasions indicated that it is time to end this, but now that I am officially seeking to end it, she refuses.... Read more »
Property inherited prior to marriage. Has been refinanced with both names on deed. Mortgage payments have been paid from joint bank account. Married almost 20 years. How would property be divided in divorce?
It is very possible that you are not the owner. And if not, you may only have a possessory interest as a homestead, if that. Hire a competent attorney to conduct a title search and determine ownership. Title Insurance rules wanting both spouses to sign is not law nor legally required.
Until an unmarried father petitions for and is eventually granted custody rights, the father has parentage obligations to keep the child safe and provide financial support but has absolutely zero parental or custodial rights.
If the Subpoena was served on you, then it is a valid Subpoena Duces Tecum. If served upon a third party, then they can move to quash, but they will probably honor it. Besides this is a Divorce Case, so one way or another you will have to provide bank statements, etc., even at trial.
My decree states: Absent a material change in circumstance that would warrant a reduction or termination of alimony, the alimony continues for so long as his salary stays the same and either: the period expires or the wife remarries.
Your husband should still be required to pay for alimony as long as you don't remarry. Rehabilitative alimony is usually used for an economically disadvantaged spouse to acquire additional education or training so that they may achieve a standard of living similar to what they had during the...Read more »
My mother and father divorced in 2010. Father quit claimed the house to my mother to remove his name. It was never filed with the county clerk and the house is still in both of their names. My mother passed away last month and my father says he can’t deed it to me solely because he says their... Read more »
Good morning, we are only licensed in Georgia. Attorneys fees vary, but ours are based on many different factors. We endeavor to offer fair pricing and our Divorce fees are flat fees. If your spouse is located in Georgia, the Firm may be able to draft documents on your behalf, otherwise, you may...Read more »
If the Judgment actually divorced you from matrimony, was proper, and was entered by the Court, then you are free to marry now. But you will want to wait at least to the end of February to remarry because the other side could appeal or (more likely) set aside a MDA and demand grounds. Also if...Read more »
Was it a formal discovery request? Discovery is a complicated process. You may have grounds to object in your discovery responses. But ultimately, if the court orders you to turn over the documents then you would have to or face sanctions. Same goes if you completely ignore the requests. You would...Read more »
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