You really need to sit down with an attorney to review your agreement. Was there any reference to refinancing in the agreement? Did it state that you waived your interest in the house?Assuming the responsibility of the mortgage is not the same thing. If your agreement does not require to remove your name, you may have a difficult time removing your name. Please see an attorney to review your agreement to see if there is any way to address this at your final divorce hearing.
It sounds as though they gave you a first offender plea. Specifically, you admitted that there was enough evidence to find you guilty and the Court agreed that there was enough evidence to find you guilty but the Court did NOT find you guilty yet. The Court likely withheld the finding of guilt on the hope that you will be good for 2 years and complete your probation (which typically included anger management). Typically if you do what you are suppose to then the charge will be dismissed...
First, - If you move out are you forfeiting your rights to the marital assets.? The answer is no.
Second - Will the Court consider this abandonment? In your case, no, because you have had a serious conversation with your husband and you guys are even working on a separation agreement.
Third ** MOST IMPORTANT** Custody- If you move out without your kids or without an agreement about the custody arrangement , then your rights may be affected. I am glad you guys are trying to work...
I would also like to know where you last lived together. The proper venue for a divorce is where the parties last cohabited or where the defendant resides. Where you were married really does not matter. So if you have lived here for the past 6 months, you may file in VA but be advised that should he object to the proceeding he could move them out of state. Of course this begs the issue of whether he will know. You are required to attempt due diligence in locating him and attempting service;...
The likely reason that support was not addressed was probably that fact no one asked the Court to revisit support. If you want support, you gotta ask for it. HOWEVER, you should meet with a local family attorney first to consider what your child support may be. It sounds as though you have a split custody arrangement and before you do something that makes things worse for you, you may want an attorney to run the guidelines for you to see if it is worth your time
First, it sounds like you ARE legally separated. You do not live together anymore and if this has been going on for more than a year. Why don't you initiate the divorce proceeding??
Second on the mail issue, I agree with the other responder. Do not open the mail and just keep marking it return to sender.
Not necessarily. If after being separate and apart, you purchase a vehicle with your own money. You don't trade in a marital vehicle... you joint bank account money.... cash in some joint asset. Then this vehicle would not be marital. Be careful and since you are close to the one year mark, make an appointment to see an attorney to file your divorce
Your father has 2 years to bring that cause of action, but if you are trying to sue the police that standard is really high. It is not just negligence if they were acting in the course of their job. You must prove gross negligence. This may sound like I am being technical but it really is important you speak to a personal injury attorney like me as soon as possible.
If your present order is Joint legal with primary physical awarded to you, then there is nothing to fight about. You cannot deny access to medical records and you should NOTIFY of any major medical procedures but you DO NOT need his permission.
The myth of sole vs. joint custody. The case law has really narrowed these differences. You are not really getting more power with sole custody. The fight is always primary physical, which you have. You are the custodial parent. Period.
Her signature is not required but you must prepare the Final Decree, the appropriate affidavits or depositions to the support the final decree, VS-4 form, the confidential addendum ... in other words, you have to get an attorney to help you. you cannot do this alone. Please consult with an attorney to help you wrap your case up