Equitable distribution--(how property is divided in divorce is governed by Section 20-107.3 of the Code of Virginia.)- Essentially, one of you will be forced out of the business and it is usually the least involved spouse. Assuming the business has value. you will likely be ordered to pay a monetary award to your wife for her interest in the business. This is a complicated issue and you should seek counsel.
If your husband seeks to obtain your medical records by subpoena, you can file a motion to quash his subpoena and a motion to keep your records under seal pending a hearing.
You should send a letter to your therapist advising her or him that no permission to release your records without a court order is granted by you under HIPPA. Advise your therapist to only send the records to the court if an order or subpoena is served on them, and under no circumstances should records be given your...
Without knowing about home ownership, pensions, relative incomes it is not possible to outline your rights here but go to www.freedivorcebook.com where you can download my book or order it. It's title is "What Every Virginia Woman Should Know About Divorce". It will answer your questions. Meanwhile, DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING !!
The issues require a review of the agreement to determine if it is an unconscionable agreement (terms so unfair no one in their right mind would sign) and an understanding of the circumstances occurring at the time of signing. You really need to meet with an experienced attorney.
Moving out of the state with your child is considered a relocation custody issue. It would be helpful to know your husband's current duty assignment and whether and/or when he may be leaving on an extended assignment. While no lawyer can definitively answer what a court may do with your situation, the probability is that if you are not moving to impede a relationship with the baby and it's father and you can show efforts to mitigate your husband's loss of contact with the child, the court is...
The answer to this question is found in the terms of the separation agreement. The relevant questions are does the agreement have a recociliation clause, If so this could be of huge significance. You need to show me the agreement so I can answer your question once and for all. If you are of the male gender I cannot answer you question as my practice is representing only women in custody and divorce matters.
If the house is purchased with marital funds, regardless of title being in your husband's name, you have a marital interest in the home.Even if your name is not on the deed or the mortgage, you have a marital interest in the home and should receive compensation for your contributions both monetary and non-monetary.If you get divorced in a year or so, you can assert your interest in the property and ask the court for a monetar award.
GIVE HIM 25% OF YOUR NET INCOME AND TELL HIM TO START FLIPPING HAMBURGERS.lIFE'S TOUGH AND SOMETIMES WE HAVE TO DO WORK BENEATH US. tELL HIM THE GRAVY TRAIN IN America is over and it is time to take whatever work is avaiiable
If Husband not cooperating, you should file an answer to his complaint and then a crossbill asking for the relied you are requesting which is either a change in custody or a change in visitation due to the change in the relationship of the child with the father and that it would be in the child's best interest to modify custody or visitation. For more information, go to www.freedivorcebook.com