You have rights to stay in the apartment since there has not been any physical altercations or police report. You can also apply for temporary support asap. consult a divorce lawyer or call mu office for representation'
This is a very interesting case. The first thing that should be done by the Suirrogates Court is to issue a restraining order staying the divorce proceeding until the embezzled assets from the Estate are accounted for.
The probate court has priority in this situation and must take control of the divorce distribution so as to prevent a serious miscarriage of justice. Also the DA should be alerted.
I would put the security in a separate bank account now and let her leave without returning her security and instead using the security to pay future rent if you cannot find a new roommate before September. Youi do have to try to find a new roommate if you want to hold her responsible for the rent through September.
You can sue in federal court in New York if you sue for more than $75000 which is certainly possible with the serious injury that was sustained. An expert engineer in VA can be retained to investigate the site and make a report of the dangerous conditions. Our office can assist you if you wish.
If you wish an annullment for religious reasons or something else, the process is somewhat more involved than filing for a no fault divorce, but would take the same amount of time, if time is your concern. In either case if your husband does not contest the divorce or annullment, the process is not insurmountable and an experienced matrimonial attorney like our firm can help you immediately. Andrew Spinnell
Unless the fault ground is egregious conduct, the settlement or judgment terms will be the same so forget abouit the change to no fault and focus on the settlement terms or go to trial.