Riule 194 Discovery first of November he had until TODAY to answer Needless to at he HAS not ! What will happen now !???! He thinks he’s so wealthy & powerful that this will all disappear ! I also NEVER sighted a prenup !
Failure to answer a 194 only limits what evidence he can present at trial. You need to serve other written discovery as well. When that isn't answered, then proceed with motion to compel. Best to retain an attorney to handle all this for you.
If the children are under 18 years old, you will likely have one parent that the children live with and the other parent that they have visitations with. The decree will spell out each parent's rights regarding the children, times when each parents has the children, as well as child support...Read more »
I was married to wife A in Colombia in 2001. I filed for divorce there in Aug 2005, it was a very simple and quick divorce (my lawyer told me it would take no more than 6 months) and moved to US in 2005. I remarried wife B (no US citizen) in Colorado in June 2006. We (wife A and I) filed our... Read more »
Your question does not lend itself to an easy answer. Are you presently residing in Texas? In Texas, a Judge may pronounce a divorce as being granted on a certain date but not sign the Decree until several days or weeks later. The answer to your question may turn, in part, on whether a divorce...Read more »
Best to find a family law attorney that practices regularly in the county he lives in for assistance. Most likely he will have to provide notice of divorce to his spouse via publication. In other words, there is a way he can get a divorce even if he does not know where she lives.
Emotionally distraught from witnessing the aggravated kidnapping of my children 3 mts prior, I did not have the mental capacity to give an accurate testimony regarding domestic violence that frequently occurred in my home. He knew what absconding with our children would do to my emotional... Read more »
Tolling what? The protective order? The duration of a Family Violence Protective Order is set at the time of the original order and it is not possible to extend an order through the modification process. However, it is possible to extend a protective order if it expires while the respondent is...Read more »
we both agreed on the divorce terms , no properties , the children(who are U.S citizens ) will be in my custody and will live with me here in the USA , what is the easiest and fastest way to get the divorce (knowing that she is out of the country and can not re enter USA without a visa . what is... Read more »
Don’t need a social security number to get a divorce. Just file for divorce and have your wife sign the waiver of citation and agreed decree of divorce. Then prove it up. He attendance is not required. Even if a hearing is scheduled for any reason most are done by zoom now. If she is willing...Read more »
You can try and many courts will sign any agreed order. However some will review an order to see if support ordered and may question the parents to determine if child is being provided for. The only way to force a court to accept your agreement is with a mediated settlement agreement.
If you can prove that the property was a gift, then it's your separate property. However, in a divorce, all property acquired during the marriage is Presumed to be community property, so you'll have the burden of proof on that issue.
I was arrested on Mother’s Day for domestic violence, my ex told the police I hurt my daughter. The case was no billed. July she moved to Puerto Rico while our divorce was pending. We got it finalized in August. She suppose to have brought my daughter back to the states so I filed for... Read more »
My husband and I are separated. He is VERY ill and I'm helping here and there when I can. He has kept the home and all the debts that come with. Some are in my name. If he can't get them out of my name, I was told to just bring my decree to show he is responsible. With him being ill,... Read more »
If you have a debt that you are jointly responsible for, you are both responsible for it. The only way to change it is to get the lending institution to allow a change in responsible party. If he is not working and is very ill, that is not likely to happen. You could sign an agreement with him...Read more »
I would strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with an attorney in your area. Whenever anyone wants to have orders specifying their rights and duties to their children, those orders have to be issued by a court with jurisdiction (i.e. authority to make orders that affect your life). A...Read more »
I can answer the first part of your question. A "direct" flight is not the same thing as a "non-stop" flight, which is a distinction I think you are confused about. Any flight that leaves from the correct city and arrives in the city designated by the court order is a...Read more »
My ex and I have been separated over 17 years. Living in 2 different states over 15 years. We were married in LA and I live in TX. I cannot afford to file and he says he can't either. What assistance can you provide and what steps should I take next?
There has to be a custody suit filed and a motion for the judge to confer with the child. Technically, this can be done without a lawyer, but it would be difficult. The judge is required to consider the child's opinion, but it is only factor in the judge's decision.
I have tried contacting her multiple ways and she ignores all communication when I ask about our daughter ... we are still married just seperated and she filled for divorce 3 days after the baby was born in may but has not furthered the process, my two sons cry to see their sister almost... Read more »
I filed for modification of custody. My ex husband drove drunk to police station with our child, assaulted me, and evaded arrest. Before that, he was sending me threatening and harassing text messages constantly. He also refuses to refinance the car that he was awarded in the divorce so its... Read more »
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