I have been married for two years and my husband left me after we both had an affair. He drained all of my money from our account and packed up everything in our car and left to go back to New York. I had been following him around with his hockey ...
Whether you will be entitled to spousal support is primarily dependent on his earning capacity, your earning capacity, and the length of the marriage.
You should sit down with a family law attorney. Most offer free initial consultations and you may be able to work out a payment plan. Additionally, if your husband makes significantly more money than you do, he may be ordered to pay your attorney fees.See question
A little under 2 months now I had taken my vehicle into an auto shop to get fixed. I first got quoted 800 and then later it turned into 1800. Then the guy has never attempted to contact me on the progress, which I had to do even though every time ...
There are attorneys who specialize in automobile claims. I usually refer clients to Rick Wynkoop for this sort of claim.See question
I have been convicted of misdemeanor theft and now await my restitution hearing. Can a judge require that I pay MORE restitution than the amount of the theft
Restitution will only cover the actual out of pocket losses that the judge believes the victim incurred. Unless the victim shows that your crime causes other damage, restitution will only cover the value of the property the judge believes to have been stolen.See question
The language says it is voluntary but if I don't sign it, I will be terminated.
Absent a binding employment agreement, your employment is voluntary (on both sides) as well. You can quit or your employer can fire you for any reason.See question
He went to prison past two years working doing good pays child support working on goals to buy house fix credit . Does his prison record defeat his chance. If he were to pick up kids for visit and keep them would he go to jail? She hasn't had a s...
No, a prison record does not mean that he will not be able to see his children. Being a convicted felon is not a feather in his cap, but if he is serious about being involved in his child's life he can make that happen. Going to pick up the kids and keeping them, however, is not the right way to go about things. It is very likely to touch off a series of events that will land him back in prison.
What your nephew needs to do is to hire an attorney and file to establish or modify parenting time orders. If he has been apart from the children for a significant period of time, he needs to understand that there is likely to be a period of integration before he has a regular unsupervised parenting schedule. However, if he keeps clean and if being a father to his children is important to him, he can make that happen.See question
Everything he used is and was mine prior to marriage or inherited when my parents passed. I gave him everything he owned and left at my house when we separated over a year ago.
Yes. You need to disclose everything you own. If you fail to do so, you are giving your husband the power to reopen and re argue your divorce orders at any time in the next 5 years. Is that really something you want to give him the power to do?See question
She said that she was going to move out due to a rent increase. The lease is on a month to month basis and must give 30 days written notice to move out. She was informed of this and then gave a 30 day written notice on June 15th. In this notice sh...
First, you need to make sure that you properly account for the security deposit in writing with 30 days (or up to 60 days if your written lease so provides). If you screw this up, you may end up owing the tenant significant money even though she damaged the apartment.
AFTER you properly account for the deposit, if you are still owed money you can sue the tenant. You will need to determine whether it will be worth the time and money to pursue as people who don't pay their rent are often difficult to collect from even after you get a judgment.See question
Been receiving significant supplemental support from boyfriend for four years and moved in 8 months ago relocating a child and putting home for sale transferred jobs to do it. Promises were unfulfilled and as it turns out he is unable to see the f...
If you didn't agree to be married (and both hold yourself out as married) then you have no right to spousal support. Your only claim would be under a theory of "palimony". Palimony is where you can show an agreement for your boyfriend to support you which you relied on and which was given in exchange for actions he wanted you to take. Such cases are extremely difficult to win and are not likely to be quick or amicable. You have to convince a court that he made specific promises to you that you reasonable relied on.
In truth, your best bet for a quick and amicable settlement is to talk to him and convince him that - morally - he owes you something and convince him to give it to you. There are no guidelines for a fair number because such an agreement is up to the two of you. From a legal standpoint, you are not likely entitled to anything. You need to convince him to voluntarily give you what you want.See question
I was letting my disabled wife with her oxygen tank out of the car in front of a store. A woman pulled behind us, honked, and then pulled along side and started yelling at me. I told her what we were doing and she said she didn't f'ng care. We ...
You cannot press charges. You can make a police report, but filing of charges is up to the police or the District Attorney.
What you need to do is to sit down with an attorney. You may have a defense to the charge that can be presented to a jury.See question
He's always been secretive in everything. I'm also missing my tax forms as I had two days to pack a whole house and move. I don't know where they are at the moment
If your husband does not provide you with accurate information then you have five years to come back and challenge the division of debts and assets after the divorce if you learn of assets that he failed to disclose during the divorce.See question