If I'm entitled to my soon to be ex's pensions 1. from the city he works for and 2. from the military, if I remarried, do I loose them? If he remarries, do I loose them?
I assume you mean your community portion of the city pension and the military pension. There will need to be specific orders signed by the judge dividing those assets, over and above the decree of dissolution. These are divisions of property, so they do not depend on remarriage.
Presumably you are represented and your attorney will assist you with this.See question
hi i have a big problem i think. we are in Tucson, AZ and my ex and I are in the beggining/middle of child support/custody hearing and i think she just tokk our children out of their school and moved to san diego without telling me... i found out ...
If there is a family court matter filed in Tucson, then Arizona will have jurisdiction to determine legal decision making and parenting time. The fact that she removed the children during the proceeding will probably help you. You should consult immediately with an experienced family law attorney if you are not represented.
Do you have any idea where she may have taken the children in the San Diego area? Family or friends there?See question
I filed for child support in CA for my 2 daughters and my ex never responded and went into default paperwork. About a month later he replied to the court and now I have to wait for a hearing. We have never had a custody order and my daughters are ...
While you provide quite a bit of information the best advice for you is to go ahead now and retain an experienced family law attorney in your area to advise you on what the steps will be and to represent you before the court. That local attorney will have knowledge of the local court policies and procedures.See question
One spouse files for divorce because the other spouse left but this particular spouse felt that the spouse that left should have to take care of all of the paperwork. The first spouse never filed a petition to nonsuit. Can the second spouse then s...
I agree with my colleague, that a response and counter -petition is the way to go. You will probably need to move forward with the action or it may be dismissed.
you should retain experienced local family law counsel to represent you.See question
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I agree with my colleague and urge you to consult with and retain experienced family law counsel in your area.See question
I agree with my colleague, you want local and experienced family law counsel to represent you. Not sure how prenuptials comes into play here, unless you know you have such an agreement. Are you anticipating a divorce?
Be prepared to provide copies of documents, including tax returns and bank statements, to your attorney.See question
My ex has anger problems and suicide a temps him and his mother threatened take my baby from me after I have it as her own and she has serveral medical problems what can I do keep full custody to protect my baby I dont work and I live with my parn...
I suggest that you consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area, who can advise you on what steps to take. Some planning and preventive steps can not only alleviate your anxiety, but also mean you are prepared for whatever action might come.See question
What is their legal responsibility to get themselves familiar with the case ...to continue the case? Do they have to review past hearings and orders, or can they just hear the case all over again? If they choose to hear the case all over again,...
It is a bit difficult to understand exactly what you are asking. Here in Maricopa County, Arizona, which is where I practice, there is a judicial rotation that occurs about every three years. For that three year period the judge will be assigned to a specific calendar, family law, criminal, civil, juvenile, probate, tax court. When a judge rotates to a calendar that judge becomes familiar with the active cases assigned to him or her.
The judge does not have to rehear every matter, but will review the file before attending a hearing or issuing an order. I can only assume that the same or a similar process occurs there in Atlanta. In the event of a recusal or a change of judge through any other procedure, the new judge would follow the same procedures and practices as if they had rotated on to the new calendar.See question
Spouse lawyer said claims I have some wealth from family, Can mother's Trust skip me and have three siblings be beneficiaries and at later date gift me my share? Each get 1/3 and later gift me what i would have received
I would also suggest that you drop from your vocabulary "my spouse's lawyer says. . . .". That lawyer is not on your side, and in fact, what he has told his client may have been misreported to you.See question
I've recently been awarded Primarily residential custody of my two year old. The mother suffers from severe bipolar disorder and one will never know it by looking at her but I sought primary custody because of her mental state when it takes over...
I agree with my colleague, and your instincts, an experienced family law attorney, who knows the local court procedures and judges, is invaluable in a family law matter. There are many fine attorneys, well versed in the area of law that they practice, but I agree you should find a family law attorney.See question