I just received my signed and dated decision of pending judgement on the grounds of "separate and apart". The date on the form was signed October 15th, 2014. I know I have to file the final judgement 21 days from that date. My question is, 21 BUSI...
Bring your final judgement to the clerk on November 5. As Steve suggested, you may need a stipulation indicating that no motions are pending (presuming that in fact there are none). If someone filed a notice of appeal between 10/15 and 11/4, you can't file a final judgement.See question
100% uncontested divorce, wife lives in NC & Im in RI been seperated over 3 yrs no children or assets. I do not have the marriage licence she does, havent spoke to each other since I moved to RI over 3 yrs ago. curious to if I have to go to court...
Tracy covered the basics for you, in terms of filing fees, service of process, and the requirement of appearing for a simple hearing. When you say 'cheapest' - well that's an interesting question. Certainly the 'cheapest' thing you can do, at least in theory is DIY. Heck I swapped motors in my first sports car myself, but if I screwed up, I had plenty of time to fix it, and it didn't really matter. I could just 'do it over.'
You don't want the biggest mistake of your life to turn out to be the divorce instead of the marriage. If it really is simple, than your way better off having someone like Tracy who has done this a hundred times get your through it. She knows all the papers to file, and can do in minutes what will take you hours. I can't speak for her, but I am sure her cost for doing a straight forward uncontested is reasonable. My office does uncontested matters for flat fee as well, if you want to talk to us, you are welcome to do so.
One way or the other, I wish you the best.See question
His union suspended his pension checks.Now I too am not receiving any money also .I do not talk as there is a no contact order.Also Union notified that I have to pay back 2 months back to them.What can I do?
One option would be to file a motion and seek direct payments from him. This is not simple, and would take position that his having acted in a manner that was fraudulent and caused the disqualification gives rise to liability to you for his lost benefit. If he is earning money, your argument would be that HE could chose to work and lose the pension,but in doing so he owes the lost benefit to you. This is obviously a fight, but depending on how much you lost, one you might want to take on.See question
AND WANTED A DIVORCE. MY DAUGHTER AND HUSBAND WENT THROUGH A MEDIA TO HAVE AN AMICABLE DIVORCE. EXHUSBAND REMAINED IN HOUSE WHICH WAS SUPPOSED TO GO UP FOR SALE AS OF JANUARY 2014 PER DIVORCE AGREEMENT. HE HAS NOT PUT THE HOUSE UP FOR SALE; AND ...
She needs to file for divorce. She has spoiled him into believing that he can do what he wants and ignore her and his child support obligations. If she can afford counsel, hire counsel immediately. If not, she should be able to get the child support office to at least file for child support, but that is really just avoiding a problem that has gotten out of control.See question
Child is currently living with aunt, aunt is willing to sign over all legal rights mother is out of the picture. being with me is best for the child I am just unsure of how to go about this.
First, Neville is exactly correct that you will need to get counsel. Second, if the aunt doesn't have any legal rights (and the mother just leaving the child with her doesn't cut it) she can't 'sign over' what she doesn't have.See question
6 yrs ago, my wife got divorced by proxy in Gambia at a time when she and her ex were living in the US. We were married last year and live in RI; the ex lives in London, UK. Is there a way to validate this under RI law? If there's a legal remedy, ...
1. Is one of you a resident of RI now?
2. Are both of you going to assent to the divorce being recognized?
3. Does gambian law require a party to be present?
4. Assuming your answers are ok, we would file a declaratory judgement action in RI.
Will I be entitled to alimony since I make very little pay
Assuming he has any income or assets, yes. If he makes the same as you, that is 'very little,' then probably not.
As others have suggested, alimony has many variables, and the best thing for you to do is contact a lawyer, whether its one of us or some other person. Make sure they do a good deal of family law.
both parents were paying child support ( mom's was offset because dad made more money) child (14) primary address has been with mom since the divorce, and son is now over eighteen and completed high school. no disabilities or disorders.
There is no requirement that you hire a lawyer to file a motion to modify. There is no requirement that you hire a mechanic to fix your car. If there is not much money involved, check with the Child Support Enforcement office and they may help (they used to call it 'full service') for a modest fee. If that doesn't work, I would look for an attorney who does child support cases regularly. A 300 dollar a month mistake is nearly $15,000 over 4 years.See question
Me and my husband were having a verbal argument. Another person stepped In which resulted in a physical altercation between them. For some reason I'm listed as a victim and now there's a domestic charge. I never made a statement to police and w...
You are not going to like the answer, but I would not intervene. If you are asked for a statement, or indeed there is a prosecution, you may be called. You should be truthful regarding the events. There can be a 'domestic disorderly' without a striking, and if that is what your husband is guilty of, he should get help.See question
My daughter has been pursued by a camp counselor at the camp,via social media and at school activities.My termination of the relationship has resulted in my daughter being treated in an outpatient therapy program.
1. Report the misconduct to the camp in writing
2. Report the pursuit as you term to law enforcement.
As to a civil claim, I would discuss that with counselSee question