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  • Child maintanance and money lend to ex

    Hi i lend my ex money to tade forex it is not working out is there any way i can make him pay back the money? and if me and the kids was staying with him for last year should he pay child support ? he refused to pay anything

    Stephanie’s Answer

    He is required to pay child support for any time when a child support order from the court was in effect.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • Will I be committed to Bigamy if I file my Annulment successfully?

    I get married to my existing husband in Apr 2009 in California but my decree absolute with my ex-husband was issued in Oct 2009 in my home country. I know I made mistake that I committed to Bigamy. What I want now is to fix this mess and make s...

    Stephanie’s Answer

    Can you file for an annulment? yes. I am not sure that doing so would achieve what you want, and I am pretty sure it would bring up problems that you don't want. You would be well served to consult a family law attorney on the impact of annulment, and perhaps an immigration attorney regarding status if there is an annulment (this is assuming that you may have immigration issues).

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • We're divorced, we live in an apartment rented out, what I am entitled, el who was left home.

    We are marriage just one year,we don't hve child.

    Stephanie’s Answer

    You are entitled to 1/2 of anything purchased with money the two of you earned during the time you were married.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • Ordered to pay loss of rent money to my ex

    During my court hearing I was ordered to pay money to my ex for loss of funds I was living in our home waiting to modify the payment of the loan. Which he refused to sign and we lost the home anyway. He felt I should of moved and rented the home....

    Stephanie’s Answer

    You need to talk with an attorney. Unless he has a writ of execution, he has no right to hold your funds. If he does have a writ of execution, your attorney can help negotiate terms of the release of your funds.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • My husband are planning to divorce, I need to know when he is allowed to cut my tricare benefits?

    Can my husband cut my Tricare benefits before the divorce has been finalized? I have gotten multiple answers about what the SSRA covers. How soon can I legally file for divorce after he returns to the US from deployment? He tells me that it is 6 m...

    Stephanie’s Answer

    I don't believe that he can remove you from his military benefits without a divorce being finalized. Once he files for divorce or is served with divorce paperwork he cannot cancel any insurance policy that covers either of you. The SSRA is now the SCRA and its protections for some things extend to six months after return from deployment ... but he can be served the day he returns. You can file before his return. It is to protect him from a default judgment.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • My husband gave me post 9/11 GI bill for 36 months. Can I request that he not cancel it during the divorce or after

    Military GI bill he agreed to let me have to finish college. I know I can keep it after the divorce but can i request the judge put it in my divorce. According to the bll he can terminate it at anytime.

    Stephanie’s Answer

    You can ask the judge for it, but as you stated he can terminate. You would be well-served to consult with an attorney who could help you craft wording that would better protect you so that the GI Bill would be yours and there would be a financial or other consequence to him if he terminated it.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • What is the best time for me to re-marriage ? san francisco

    hi,i just get divorced and want to marriage soon,is it too fast for me to re-marriage, if too fast for me,so do i need to wait how long ? coz i am international student,currently over stay my visa almost a year,coz my first time marriage was not s...

    Stephanie’s Answer

    I'm not really sure that this is a family law question as much as an immigration question.

    As it pertains to family law, you can remarry immediately upon the finalized dissolution.

    Regarding the immigration status and all of those issues in your question, you may wish to repost this to the immigration section. I am not too sure (given the facts you stated) that you would be eligible to stay in the US if you got married again.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • Can I get an anullment? I have been married 22 mos

    I believe my only married me to get her green card.. 8 months after our wedding ICE arrested her in our home. She was deported to Peru. I went with her but she sent me back up here to try to find work. Since I have been in the States I have bee...

    Stephanie’s Answer

    Given the facts as you state them, it appears you would be eligible to file for an annulment based on fraud. Judges don't always grant annulments very easily, so it may end up being modified by the court to be a dissolution.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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  • Low income... Any free legal assistance?

    I want to get a divorce asap my husband is in the military and we have 2 children. I still want him to support his children even though i already have custudy of them he want to take them away? Can i get an attorneys help without having to pay so ...

    Stephanie’s Answer

    If your husband is in the military, you can use the assistance of the military branch's legal services division. Additionally, many attorneys offer special rates for members of the military. The court in your county may have a family law facilitator's office that can help you locate the paperwork that needs to be completed for the divorce.

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  • Divorced in California and still paying for the Ex Wifes health insurance?

    My friend has been seperated from his wife for 2 years and he carried health insurance on her for those 2 years. Sh e even had a child from another man while they were still married and his health insurance covered the cost of that childs birth. T...

    Stephanie’s Answer

    It is up to his employer and the plan. If that's their policy, then he is powerless until the time runs out.

    Stephanie White
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE WHITE
    Simi Valley, CA
    www.805Lawyer.com

    DISCLAIMER: The above is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship with the person posting the question or any person reading the above. There is no attorney-client relationship between any reader and this writer or her firm. These comments are not subject to any privilege protections. They are neither privileged nor confidential. The information is general only and should not be relied upon in any specific case. Accordingly these comments cannot be relied upon as the law and the facts may differ from those with which the reader of this communication may be dealing.

    The following disclosure is required pursuant to IRS Circular 230: unless otherwise expressly indicated, any federal tax advice contained in this communication, including attachments and enclosures, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

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