Why wasn't my ex required to notify me of his plans to move out of the state
Was there a custody order in place, detailing how an out-of-state move were to be treated? If so, your ex should have filed a petition for relocation. The court needed to have approved this before the move.
Speak to an attorney for your next steps.See question
I live in Oregon, I'm trying to divorce but my wife doesn't want to. What are my options? Can I turn the divorce in without her consent?
Your wife doesn't have to consent to the divorce. She can either acknowledge it once served, or ignore it. Acknowledging it and fighting it can be costly. Retain counsel.See question
Hi, I need to know what to expect, me and my wife have been married for 5 years. Had our ups and downs. Couple of weeks ago we went out for her birthday, I got her a new wedding ring and this night of the birthday she didn't wear her ring (we we...
If she wants a divorce, then she will be able to get one.
I suggest speaking to a divorce attorney, just to get a better idea of everything. Retain if she files and has you served.See question
1. I was going to go pro se on my divorce procedure, however I have to figure out if there is any alimony that I cld receive BC my husband threw me out and I decided after multiple times happening I was done being told to leave! 2. He receives SS...
Any property your husband may have inherited is his sole property, unless your name was also included in the inheritance or if the asset was co-mingled.
You should really look into retaining an attorney in Saratoga County. If you can not afford one, contact your local county Bar Association or Supreme Court to inquire about assistance programs.See question
My wife wants to divorce and also wants to stay with the children who are under age, she is the only one that this employee and I'm unemployed, but I've in charge of caring for the children while she goes to work or travel. I have seen that she ha...
If you can prove you are the primary caretaker, you may be able to get physical custody of the children. Speak to a local divorce attorney for more in-depth information.
As a side note, the court doesn't care if your wife cheated.See question
My husband has a seven year old from a previous relationship that we are hoping to get custody of. What is the best approach for starting this process? Her mother is in and out of jail and has a known drug problem. She usually is not even in the c...
You would need to file in the county that the child lives in. Search for an attorney who practices there on Avvo, and schedule a phone or skype consultation.
Best of luck going forward.See question
My wife and I have lived in Colorado for the past two years. She will be moving back to Texas. Can the divorce be filed in either state?
If you wanted to get the ball rolling on this faster, you can file in Colorado. Or, you can wait for your wife to establish residency in Texas before she files. Keep in mind that if your wife files in Texas, you will need to retain a lawyer there and will be bound by the laws of that state.See question
I only work limited hours per week due to a disability, $500.00 per month and I am not old enough to collect my social security yet as does my husband. However...I did work full-time hours for much of our marriage. My husband collects a retirement...
As stated previously, if your husband was the monied spouse, then you are probably entitled to some form of spousal support. Don't let him threaten you over this.See question
56 y/o female have been separated from husband over 30 yrs, no divorce.
Assuming you know where your husband lives, and both of you agree to the divorce, you should be able to file an uncontested case. Whether or not the two of you have any joint assets will determine how "easy" the divorce will be. Contact a local matrimonial attorney for more info.See question
After watching Divorce Corp on Netflix, it appears that like every other institution in America, the family law court is corrupted. This movie revealed that outcomes are based on the relationships between lawyers and judges and oftentimes financia...
Is this a serious question?
When choosing an attorney, do your research. Read their website and reviews. Experience will trump anything else.See question