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  • If I get legally separated from my husband will it protect my credit from his poor credit behavior?

    We are informally separated and my husband is screwing up my credit. Will a formal/legal separation make it possible to rebuild my credit score in spite of his payment history?

    Martin’s Answer

    This woudl depend on when credit is/was aquired. Prior to the divorce being granted and/or after the divorce was granted.

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  • So i thought i was married to this women for 11years come to find out we where not she filed my taxes

    I never gave her consent

    Martin’s Answer

    You would need to give more detial so that this questions could be answered.

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  • Can my husband legally force me to relocate?

    My husband and I are getting a divorce, we have 2 young children, 7 weeks and 15 months. He does not want custody, and said he is willing to pay child support, though he is only proposing $100 a month for the two kids. He said he is going to try t...

    Martin’s Answer

    He will not be able to force you to relocate. I suggest you contact an attorney to discuss your situation.

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  • Will legal separation protect me from husband's credit problems? Assure future $ separated/protected for both parties?

    I am informally separated and my husband is screwing up my credit. Will legal separation fix that? We have agreed on child support, division of property, child custody and I expect no alimony. I do not want there to be future changes to child s...

    Martin’s Answer

    Depending on the situation, credit issues can follow spouses long after a divorce and/or legal separation is granted. Speak with your attorney regarding this particular issue.

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  • How long after divorce papers are signed do you have to contest something in the papers?

    divorce papers filed feb 14 signed on feb 22. Would like to contest the child custody situation.

    Martin’s Answer

    Contact your attorney regarding this as soon as possible. Specific rules exists regarding this situation.

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  • I have been going through a Extremely Hostile Divorce for 6 months...

    My estranged Husband filed a illegitimate order of protection to get me out of our home, 5 court hearings My Now 13 yr old girl being let run wild, has stated she hears voice and sees things that aren't there. Before becoming extremely aggressive ...

    Martin’s Answer

    Make sure you speak to your current divorce attorney about these issues. With a divorce pending, you should be able to get relief from the Court reagarding these problems.

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  • I want a divorce from my abusive husband currently have a order of protection. how soon can i get one.

    want to be divorced asap. We have 2 kids and have been married for 19 yrs. He is abusive to me and the kids. I have full custody of the kids and want to start new. but he seems to be playing the system and trying to stall any kind of court proce...

    Martin’s Answer

    I would suggest that you speak with local counsel in your area. Some offices work faster than others when in regard to "how soon". The faster you can get that accomplished, the faster you can get taken care of.

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  • Do I have to have an attorney to get a divorce in TN, with a child 18?

    I have been separated for 6 years and just now have money to get a divorce with the courts, I only have the money for the filing fees and court cost, not enough money for attorney. My son will be 18 in a few months, he still lives at home with me...

    Martin’s Answer

    No , you don't have to have a lawyer.

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  • I caught my wife cheating so she got a restring order on me with lies i moved out of the state of Florida to Tennessee.

    now she will not let me talk to my 2 kids 130 days ago was the last, she never made a house payment and was just kicked out of my home that the courts let her stay in i have know clue where she is now or my kids i don't know what to do help

    Martin’s Answer

    I would suggest that you contact a lawyer immediately. Time is of the essence with these types of issues.

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  • How does one go about divorcing a spouse with mental illness?

    I have a friend who wants to divorce his mentally ill wife (bipolar/schizoaffective/whole line of dx illnesses). He is living away from her home at the time being, has been for 5.5 months. They have attended therapy, which is getting him nowhere...

    Martin’s Answer

    And can be difficulty at times for someone to divorce an individual that is deemed incompetent. Depending on the severity, the Court may not divorce someone because they may not even know their own name. I would suggest you contact an attorney in the county you wish to file the divorce.

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