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Alisa Noel Kerr

Alisa Kerr’s Answers

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  • How do I divorce in Nevada, when I live in California?

    I want a divorce, my husband has been cheating on me for 9 yrs. out of 10 , he's slept with over 25 women, most one night stands on business trips and another 2 women I know. Help, I need to know how to divorce him, we don't live in Reno? Do I ha...

    Alisa’s Answer

    You can divorce him in CA. When you file for divorce you usually get temporary spousal support orders (if he can afford it) until alimony is determined.

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  • Divorce court in alameda county ca does court need the form 150 (income and expenses disclosure) to complete divorce process?

    Husband and wife have a separation agreement previously. wife wants to finalize divorce and advises that court dictates the form 150 must be filled out by husband in order to arrive at a settlement and complete divorce proceedings. Wife's lawyer ...

    Alisa’s Answer

    True. It is required to complete the divorce proceedings...one more hoop to jump through.

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  • I'm in a domestic partner relationship. Want to change my last name. How can I do that without going to court?

    We will also be having a baby soon. Will there be any documents such a birth certificate where I can legally change name there? Thank you.

    Alisa’s Answer

    If you are not yet a registered domestic partnership you can change your last name on the registration form. Or you need to go through the court process.

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  • What do I do i am going through divorce my attorney quit representing me last court date was 6/2012

    the division of assets is not complete there was to be an equalization payment to me also my attorney told me that i had no rights to one of our houses because it was an inheritance even though we used community monies to buy out my ex's sister an...

    Alisa’s Answer

    Since you have so many pressing issues you should retain a new family law attorney as soon as possible and get things moving again. The court system is really slow so if you continue to delay retaining new counsel you may get further in the hole.

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