serperated 2 years, no kids, no property,
To answer that question requires a bit more - is this contested or uncontested? What county?See question
My ex husband filed for dissolution of marriage. He has an attorney and I don't. My son was born in New York and has not left the state since. I need them to dismiss custody petition and I can't do it alone. The reason I am pro se is because I don...
In which county? Most of us work in several.See question
I have hired a lawyer to file divorce paperwork and have just found out that my soon to be ex has filed chapter 7 bankruptcy and has his final hearing on August 7th with the creditors. Apparently, one of the loans included in his paperwork was a ...
Your lawyer should guide you on this. However on your net worth statement you should be accurate and drop a footnote regarding any bankruptcy issues.See question
I need to go back to court but want to hire a different attorney who can better represent me and have only enough money for a retainer fee for the new attorney. How can I get a release from the first attorney if I don't have the money to pay him t...
Your current attorney should give you a refund of any unexpended/unearned amounts in your retainer. If you owe a balance most attorneys will set up a payment plan.See question
I have been going in circles trying to figure this out. I am in my 20's, he is in his 30's, I am entitled to half his retirement fund. It is 2015, and even though I filed for divorce two years ago, the qdro has yet to be signed. The twist in this ...
You're entitled to whatever the court says you're entitled to, regardless of any embezzlement issue. You may have a claim against the fund if it does not make full payment.See question
In NY divorce is it proper procedure for the non monied spouse's lawyer to "cut a deal" with the monied spouse, to have the monied spouse pay the fees without the input of the non monied spouse? If it's legal what is the law (CPLR) and if it's il...
No deal is proper without the consent of the client.See question
I left my husband but couldn't afford a divorce and he wouldn't cooperate. Now I found he his married and he said we are divorced but won't tell me where he filed. I need proof. Sti can't afford a divorce.
As him where you were divorced and to provide a certified copy of the divorce papers.See question
He always sent me letters stating he would grant me a divorce if I asked for it but once I asked for a divorce and sent him the form for an uncontested he hasn't sent it back. I have full custody of our child and no support is requested due to inc...
File a contested case, have him served. You'll get your divorce.See question
will he be entitled to this property?
He will be entitled to an equitable share. You should NOT buy any property until you have resolved your legal situation.See question
income this year -- even though it's a one-time thing?
Anyone can demand anything...but a withdrawal from a 401k is not income for child support purposes. A pension payout is a different story - and can be more complicated. But if it's a loan against a pension it is not income.See question