Nashville Divorce / Separation Lawyer.
Answered over 1 year ago.
You would need to give more detial so that this questions could be answered.
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Contact your attorney regarding this as soon as possible. Specific rules exists regarding this situation.
He will not be able to force you to relocate. I suggest you contact an attorney to discuss your situation.
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Answered about 3 years ago.
More facts would have to be known about this matter in order to answer this question. I would suggest that you contact an attorney and go into greater detail.
Answered almost 3 years ago.
I would suggest that you contact a lawyer immediately. Time is of the essence with these types of issues.
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This woudl depend on when credit is/was aquired. Prior to the divorce being granted and/or after the divorce was granted.
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.
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.
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.
No , you don't have to have a lawyer.