Weather or not he is arrested will be up to a judge. However, it sounds like you might have a case. You need to go down to the magistrate court in your county and fill out a "warrant application" then the judge will set a hearing and decide if he has broken the law. Good luck.
Some people might think this is an odd or unusual question, but it actually comes up quite a lot. It seems that some people keep having sex even though they are in the middle of a very contested divorce. They fight like crazy in court and mediation and then go home and have sex. I am not a psychologist, so I will not try to analyze why they do this. But, I am a lawyer, so let’s take a look at this situation from a legal perspective.
Georgia has a number of requirements that people must...
As with the other attorney I am not sure which country you are referring to when you say "SK". If it is Canada as in Saskatchewan, then the answer would probably be yes. Different countries enter into treaties with one another on issues like this and will agree to honor the court orders of the treaty parties.
You will need to legitimate the new child once it is born, once that is done, the court can consider the new child in a child support modification action. Another option is to get married to the mother of the new child. If you are married to the mother you will not need to do a formal legitimization. The child will be considered legitimate if you are married to the mother and therefore the court can consider the child an any future child support modifications.
In Georgia, the courts will divide marital property and debt equitably. Marital property and debts are everything that was acquired during the marriage, whether it is a toaster, a retirement account, a house or credit card debt. The name the account is in or the name in which the property is titled in is generally irrelevant when determining whether something is marital property. The exceptions to this rule are gifts or inheritances. Gifts or inheritances are separate property and not...
So long as you can provide a safe environment for your children to grow up in, your job status should not hinder your ability to have custody of your children. As the primary care giver to your children, you are the front runner to receive custody.
This is a very common question. The answer is no, you cannot file without him getting notice and yes, you can divorce him without his consent.
Ok, you knew I could not just leave it there, I’m a lawyer, I have way more to say than just a simple answer to your question.
A Divorce is a civil action akin to most other civil actions from a procedural standpoint. As such, the Plaintiff (the party asking for the divorce) submits their complaint for divorce to the court asking for the relief...