The prosecutor needs to file a motion to seize this asset. You should receive a copy of this motion at which time you may file an objection. A hearing will be scheduled, at that point you can argue that you did not know it was being used for the purpose for which it was seized.
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It is unlikely you will receive alimony because the length of the marriage was only 3 years. However, If you have contributed to the household by enabling him to earn more income and acquire more assets, then you may be entitled to some equitable distribution of the property. Assuming your not already on the title or deed to any of the property. However, as the other attorneys mentioned there are numerous factors involved that the court may turn too in their decision. The court has...
It's unclear to me why if your married that your wife can afford a lawyer, but yet you cannot. You may want to consider hiring a lawyer and ask the court to order her to pay for your attorney fees. If not, you may find yourself out of your own home very quickly.
There are multiple issues going on here. First, if your disabled then you can certainly make an argument that you need to be able to stay in the home. However, in the short be wary of the fact that she may try to force you out of your own home by use of a restraining order.
Be careful not to fight with her, if she does approach you, walk away. If you feel threatened in anyway, then go down to the court house and file a restraining order against her. You must be in an "immediate threat of...
The waiting period under then new CORI laws for misdeamenor convictions has been lowered from 10 years to 5 years. The wait period begins on the date of disposition, or when you were convicted. The procedure is to submit a single paged petition to the Office of Commissioner of probation pursuant MGL c.276 Sect.100A. Keep in mind though once it is sealed, certain agencies still have access to this record, namely municipatlies, law enforcement agencies and the court involving domestic...
Your summons is to appear for a "show cause" hearing with the clerk magistrate. It is an informal hearing to determine whether there is reasonable evidence that a the crime was committed by your son. The victim may or may not be present, but it its likely some witness will be present. The rules of evidence do not apply, you can cross examine the witness or victim, you can bring in your own witnesses, use witness affidavits, stenographers,etc..
What you want to do is raise some doubt as to...
The house was owned by your husband before the marriage and you were only married for 2 years. Therefore, it would likely not be part of the property division in a divorce. The court have a lot of leeway in dividing property however. Sometimes an arrangement can be negotiated involving less child support or alimony in return for a highter percentage of the property division.
The fact you helped "maintain" the house does not help much in a property division.
I'm assuming your divorce agreement does not mention anything about travel abroad with your minor child. If you were to obtain a passport and you took your child to the Brazil without your ex-wifes written consent, its possible she could have you arrest for kidnapping. This would obviously create negative consequences for custody if it were to turnj into a formal criminal charge.
My advice is to file a motion for modification to the current divorce agreement to add a provision...