My boyfriend is divorced and his ex was supposed to remove him from her mortgage within 3 months and she has never taken care of this because she knows she will not qualify for anything on her own and will have to end up selling the house. He has...
'The most important thing that a new significant other can learn is to stay out of issues between your boyfriend and his ex spouse. They have children together. Those children existed before you came into the picture. If you want to protect your relationship, you'll leave these issues to your boyfriend and his former spouse to figure out. They are not yours to solve. the difference between 3 nights a week and 50 -50 is not significant enough to put hte children thought yet another change.See question
I'm getting ready for the final divorce hearing & the petitioner is not wanting the divorce & saying that he is not going to show up for the final hearing because someone had told him that if he doesn't show up for the hearing the judge won't rule...
If you have a written agreement that settles all issues, then he probably doesn't have to appear.
If you do not have an agreement, then you may have to file a Counter-Petition in order to have the case heard if he doesn't show up. If you want the divorce you should consult with an attorney who practices in the county where you case is filed.
He wants me to leave the house and leave my children with him. Children ages are 18,15, and 8. I said NO and he stills says I should be the one to leave, since I was the one that told him I wanted the divorce. Leaving my children is not an option,...
You should consult with an attorney to find out your options. When you go to see the attorney, it is very helpful if you have an understanding of your financial circumstances--what you and your husband each earn, what you own and what you owe. An attorney will be able to explain how a divorce works and what options you have for moving through the process. A divorce is the most significant emotional and economic decision that you will make for you and your children. It's not wise to move forward without understanding more. Most experienced divorce lawyers will charge for a consultation. If I can help you are welcome to call me. You do not have to leave the house.See question
I been married for 3 years and my husband hp has not been able to have sexual intercourse.
You should be more concerned with the economic consequences of ending the relationship than whether you get an annulment or divorce. I suggest you consult with an attorney before you make any decisions. Ending a marriage (even a short one) has serious economic consequences and it makes more sense for you to understand what they are before you go down that path.See question
Got divorce in Feb, ex already remarried. Can alimony be dropped?
It depends on the provisions of your divorce agreement or the judges decisions. The rules are different in each state. If you had an attorney for the divorce, that would be the right person to ask.See question
I am a divorced father. I live in a different state. My ex wife has physical custody. I have had in the past had a decent co-parenting relationship with my ex wife.for the past few weeks she has not been communicative as it relates to my son .He ...
Since you are so far away, your options are limited. Have you suggested counseling to your son? School in Seminole County started this week. Perhaps you could call a counselor at his school and ask them to check in with him. Since he's 14, you should have an open line of communication with him. Do you text/email/skype with him? If you offered to pay for him to go to counseling, do you think he'd be willing to go? You'd have to him find a way to get there. Maybe find a counselor close enough to his home that he could get there on his bike? I think you just have to be creative about figuring out ways to help him. There isn't necessarily a "legal" answer to these types of problems.See question
My husband left the home a week ago to think. How long does he have to be gone before it can be desertion??
There is no simple answer to your question. You should consult with an attorney to understand your choices. Since Florida is a "no-fault" state for divorce, whether or not he "deserted" you doesn't really make any difference. If you can contact him, you might ask him to go to mediation with you to figure out your future--either together or separately. I am a mediator in Lake Mary and i can help you with mediation. You are welcome to call me to discuss your options.See question
How much is it for a Legal Separation?
You need to understand the financial consequences and consequences for your children, if you have them, before you do anything. You should consult with an attorney so that you can understand your choices. You are welcome to call me, my office is in Lake Mary, and we can discuss options, including cost. Elaine Silver 407 268 6830. There is technically no such thing as a legal separation in Florida, but there may be other ways to accomplish your goals.See question
We are finalizing our settlement agreement and I will be getting alimony for the next 10 years. It will be based on his gross income (minus a percentage for business expenses, etc.) We will be automatically modifying alimony every two years based...
It sounds like your divorce may well be the largest economic decision of your life. You would be well advised to consult with an attorney in your local community to get advise before signing an agreement. Even if you do not want to have an attorney represent you for all purposes, you should still get legal advice to make a sound decision. "What the law says" is only one piece of the information that you need to make a good decision. Any advice or information that you may receive is incomplete without a good understanding of the whole situation.See question
We are residents of Florida and will be the Genetic parents of an unborn child by a Gestational Surrogate who resides in Utah. Will Florida laws govern our Agreement/Contract because we are legal residents of Florida or will Utah law where the sur...
You are entering into an extremely complicated legal and emotional area. If you don't already have a Florida attorney to advise you on these issues, then you should get one ASAP. You probably want to contact an attorney who practices primarily in the field of adoption and surrogacy. If you don't have an attorney, if you call me i would be honored to recommend one to you.See question