George N Asack Jr’s Answers

George N Asack Jr

Brockton Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. What is the difference between merging the financial agreement into the decree nisi or having it separated from the decree?

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Alan J Pransky
    2. Julie Court Molloy
    3. Philip W. Mason
    4. Henry Lebensbaum
    5. George N Asack Jr
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    I would agree with the previous answers except that in certain rare instances, where the interests of justice require (such as to prevent someone from becoming a public ward), surviving Judgments have been modified by the Courts

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  2. In our divorce decree my ex wife had to pay some bills that were in my name.

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Catherine Taylor
    2. Henry Lebensbaum
    3. George N Asack Jr
    4. Tracy D. Galloway
    5. Anthony Rao
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    8 lawyer answers

    You should be aware that your creditors can still come after you to collect the money due since they are not bound by the terms of your divorce agreement. This makes it essential that you file a Contempt action and ask the judge to enforce the obligation of your spouse to make these payments before the bill collectors come calling and your credit suffers more.

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  3. Criminal harassment - am i in the wrong?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Philip W. Mason
    2. Lauren Craig Redmond
    3. George N Asack Jr
    4. Henry Lebensbaum
    5. Joshua Rubin Weinberger
    5 lawyer answers

    Any unwanted or unauthorized touching of another is potentially a criminal offense of assault and battery. You are certainly entitled to a hearing and the issue of whether the young lady consented to the touching, whether expressly or by inference would come to light. I would certainly raise the issue of her actions giving you the reasonable expectation that putting you arm around her would not be offensive to her

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  4. Went to court in 1986 on a dangerous weapons charge found not guilty but just found out i am still a felon

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Terri D. Leary
    2. Brynn Sullivan Zawada
    3. Ilir Kavaja
    4. Richard Stephen Jaffe
    5. John E DeVito
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    I am not sure where you got the information that you are a felon. You certainly would not be as a result of a charge you were found not guilty of. You may have received bad information or you may have misinterpreted what you were told. There could be any number of possible explanations, but you should get a copy of your CORI and schedule an appointment with a competent criminal lawyer in your area.

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  5. I need a straightforward prenup. Will a legalzoom or other cheap/easy solution hold up in court?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Steven Kelsey Hemingway
    2. Jaye L. Samuels
    3. Julie Court Molloy
    4. James Thomas Kinder
    5. Anthony Rao
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    One option for you and your spouse would be to jointly engage a trained mediator who could help draft the necessary documents to memorialize those issues you do agree upon. He or she could also lend assistance and guidance in settling any unresolved issues and bring to light matters you and she may not have even thought about. This is usually a less costly and less contentious way of settling all issues involved in a divorce.

  6. I am on probation, is it a violation of my probation, if my ex-wife brings me in to family probate for a matter on child support

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Philip W. Mason
    2. Henry Lebensbaum
    3. George N Asack Jr
    3 lawyer answers

    It would only be a violation if the terms of your probation or the Judge's order specifically require you to pay your Court ordered support or otherwise obey court orders. You would be well advised to return to the Probate Court to seek a reduction in your order rather than let arrears accumulate in any event.

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