I can not get my ex to give me my half of the home we shared in Rhode island. It's stated on the divorce decree, but my attorney nor my exes gave a date which to pay me by. Therefore my ex is refusing to give me my share. 5 years later I still wai...
I would need to take a look at the Final Decree and any other pertinent orders and agreements in order to comment, but please don't provide any more details online.
It is important that you speak with an experienced family court attorney. Contact one or more of us here on Avvo to discuss your options. There are certainly actions you can take, but your choices begin with the wording of the Final Decree.See question
My daughter is two years old and her father left Aug 2015 to move to Atlanta . he has had very little contact with my daughter before he left and after her left because of new girlfriend who he has had a child with now he doesn't pay child suppor...
You should get a placement, custody and visitation order from the court. You can do that with legal representation or mediation, but you really need to do it so that these issues are appropriately resolved.
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having problems with the dad and the child said that she wants to be with her dad. So i was going to sign her over to him but i don't want to have to pay for everything if so.
As Mr. Brinkerhoff indicated, that is generally not allowed without court approval and almost never approved unless there is an adoption and another parent adopts the child in your place.See question
My husband and I filed Chapter 7 while we were foreclosing on an investment property, to wave any financial responsibility. Our primary residence was supposed to be excluded from the bankruptcy, but 2 years later we realized it had been included. ...
You can't exclude your house from a chapter 7 bankruptcy. It has to be disclosed as an asset and if you have a mortgage it needs to be listed as a secured debt.
The only real options you have are whether to retain, redeem or surrender the property. The only choice you really have with the mortgage is to modify it or reaffirm it. In Rhode Island, most debtors keep the property, continue to pay the mortgage, but do not reaffirm.
I'm not really clear on what occurred in your case. Unless your house was foreclosed upon subsequent to the bankruptcy, none of this should affect you if you decide to sell the house. Of course, the balance of the mortgage would still have to be paid.See question
I went to a friends house because it was his birthday. I walk in and he starts showing me his airsoft collection. He picks up one that was loaded and aims it at my foot and pulled the trigger. Later that night I found out they all were smoking wee...
I would agree with my colleagues that you do not have adequate damages to pursue a lawsuit.See question
All assets and liabilities have already been decided on how we are splitting with full agreement from both sides. No children involved - Condo (all to one) - Two Cars (one to each) - Credit Cards (all to one) - School loans (all to...
The best way is for each of you to retain an attorney and work towards an amicable resolution. It doesn't sound like it's going to be too complicated. You could also mediate the issues with or without your own attorneys. However, I have found that some of the resolutions that parties arrive at using only mediators are not actually practical, so I do recommend having an attorney involved.
It's also possible to do the divorce without professional help at all, but with debts, retirement accounts and real estate, I think the risk is too high that something will be done incorrectly.
Good luck, and feel free to contact one or more of us here on Avvo directly.See question
My wife received a mortgage on my property. the mortgage was just in her name. she didn't have income to pay a mortgage because of part time work. the bank said they still can take my home because she on the note.
If you agreed that she could use your house as security for the mortgage the bank could foreclose if she fails to pay. How much of the equity they can take depends on several factors. She should probably speak to a bankruptcy attorney to discuss her options.
Have her contact one or more of us here on Avvo for a consultation.See question
The charges are from 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014 but this is the first bill she has received.
It's possible that this occurred because these charges were submitted to some insurance or another, but that they were ultimately rejected for coverage. You need to contact the doctor's office and find out why she is being billed.See question
I was here back in May to ask for advice after this happened to me. I called the dept of health after asking my psychiatrist what the hek to do because I was a mess! I was told by my hmo to file a police report so I did on thursday of last we...
I think you should contact one or more of us directly so we can learn the details of what happened and advise you on your options. There may or may not be any options, but at least you'll know one way or another. Please don't provide any more details online.See question
My husband's ex said she will not let him see his daughter, we have a voicemail with her stating that he will never see his daughter again. She is 3 years old now. How do we go about taking her to court so he can see his daughter?
Depending on whether he was married to the mother and whether or not there is an order already entered regarding custody, placement and visitation, he will either need to file a petition for custody, placement and visitation or file a motion to modify the previous order. He will also have to file a statement of assets, liabilities, etc., along with the other required forms.
Then, he will have to serve the initiating documents on the mother and prevail at the hearing on the date scheduled by court. However, prior to the hearing there is likely to be a required mediation during which he and the mother may come to an agreement which will be approved by the court.
I do recommend that he hire an attorney, if possible. Please feel free to contact me or any of the other RI Family Court attorneys here on Avvo directly for a consultation.See question