You will need a settlement agreement outlining the terms between you and your spouse. The process is quick and simple in NY (no court appearances required). Visit www.uncontesteddivorceny.com for more information.
Generally child support is fixed until either party seeks a modification. Regular bonuses are typically factored into the non-custodial parent's income in determining support. You may have child support paid through the CSCU if he has been delinquent in the past. You will need to make an application thought the family court.
This question requires some clarification. Were you served with a divorce or did he have you sign a separation agreement? How did he stop the divorce process? Depending on your circumstances there may be some steps that you can take to protect yourself but I would need more detailed information in order to properly guide you.
I would recommend simply commencing a divorce action and having him served. Your spouse does not need a Social Security No., or any government issued ID in order for you to successful obtain a divorce. Depending on several factors, this may impact his application - if this is in fact a concern for you be sure to consult with an immigration attorney first. An uncontested divorce will be relatively inexpensive (www.uncontesteddivorceny.com).
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Unless otherwise instructed, there are no appearances required on this type of motion. However, you may have a better shot if you visit the head matrimonial clerk in NY County and explain your predicament. Bring proof of your immigration matter. Depending on how compelling your case is they may grant the preference.
Yes. You generally will be entitled to the marital portion of the pension. Pension accruals from the date of the marriage until the date the action for divorce was commenced will be divided based upon a specific formula. This will require a Qualified Domestic Relations Order to be issued by the court before any such split can take place.