Grandmother's death and illness were hidden from my family while we were overseas. Does the Statute of Limitations apply or do I have any potential recourse?
It might be practically too late to try to recover any assets.See question
I want to know the difference between a divorce, annulment, and legal separation. What is the best choice if we want it without complications.
Divorce is the termination of the marriage relationship and it requires division of all property rights regarding community property and designation of separate property rights as well as orders regarding children and spousal support. Annulment is asking the court to declare that your marriage never really existed. Legal separation is just like divorce but you are still married even though you have divided your property, decided child support issues and spousal support issues.See question
There is nothing prohibiting you from getting a divorce and then not allowing the two of you to live together. It might affect any claims for spousal support. It might also affect any child custody issues.See question
My grandfather C.C. Hirlinger owned Carver Coal Company, 1946 he died from reasons unknown, we suspect foul play. We understand that the mine was fraudulently taken from my grandmother.
Search land records for transfer of title and also start with the federal bureau of mines within the Department of the Interior.See question
I have been married for a total of 6 months and I would like to get an annulment. One being that I was under the influence of weed. The other is because I did not know he was mentally ill ( ADHD, Bi Polar, NPD) He hid it very well because he smok...
Fraud wouldn't be the best reason but an annulment is difficult to get. If what you say is accurate, it might be possible but you should sit down with a FL attorney.See question
We are discussing post-nupual agreement, but really only need to define what happens to retirement plans if a divorce occurs.
First Post nuptials are very difficult to validate and enforce. I short CA courts don't like them as the tend to be highly suspicious and tend to increase the likely hood of divorce. As to the "how" question, there must be full disclosures of all assets and debts and both parties should have this agreement reviewed by a third party attorney - not the same one who drafts the agreement. Your spouse can waive any interest in the pension plan and this must be included in the wording, but again, if full disclosures aren't done by both parties, any waiver could be rendered moot and invalid under FC 721 and 1101. You need to have a family law attorney draft up the post-nuptial and then each of you have it reviewed by another attorney of your choice prior to signing. THIS IS NOT A DO IT YOURSELF PROJECT.See question
My ex is refusing to pay any debt that we acquired in our marriage as he states that it is in my name. Is he accurate?
He's wrong like a $3 dollar bill. Get yourself an attorney to help you protect your rights. No telling what additional garbage he is trying to dump on you.See question
We lived together in that house from day one. I found the house and have contributed to the expenses to paint it and maintain yard and landscape. We married 2010 and my name went on title 6/11. Does Moore apply?
Yes it does apply but it isn't just that simple. Your husband has a right to a reimbursement of his SP investment and the increase in that SP investment up to the time that he put you on the deed. You have a CP value in the house from the date of marriage until the date of trial/divorce. You need legal assistance to get this done right. Most pro pers don't understand these legal nuances.See question
My daughter had passed and her autopsy came back " unknown of cause". No one that working on my daughter case, wont give me any answer. What should i do? Please help
If you hire an attorney, then you would need a lawyer who works primarily in the arena of wrongful death, but that would be applicable if you knew the circumstances surrounding her death. Probate would only be the right area if she had an estate that would need to be passed on to heirs.See question
NEED HELP BAD! Mon married a real bad guy 2005 in lake tahoe. They are both from southern california. I noticed that the groom put down wrong name ( bob instead of robert) wrong address, and birth date. Then two years latter he lies to m...
A records search and investigation can be done by a private investigator. The more info you give to the PI, the easier it will be to get the information and get accurate results.See question