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Daniel N Cook

Lakewood Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. How can I enforce judgements for back spousal support, utility bills, and present spousal maintaince.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Daniel N Cook
    1 lawyer answer

    You need to consult with an attorney. If you only have orders for him to pay things and he is not complying, you should consider a motion for contempt and entry of a judgement against him. If you already have a judgment, then there are a variety of enforcement options which may be available to you., including getting an order to nake your former spouse show up and disclose financial resources in court, or garnishing wages, bank accounts or toys ( e.g., extra cars, ATVs, watercraft, etc)....

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  2. I've separated for 2 1/2 years. Husband is cheater I want to move in with a man I met. What will that mean in case of divorce?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Dave Hawkins
    2. Daniel N Cook
    2 lawyer answers

    A spouse who threatens to fight everything can be handled by a good family law attorney. After 32 years of marriage there are many factors to consider. It is difficult to provide comprehensive advice in this type of situation online. Definitely set up a consultation with a good family law attorney. You can get many questions answered in an initial consultation.

  3. Can the court make the petitioner in a child custody case pay for my attorney fees if they committed Fraud?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Mark L. Alexander
    2. Daniel N Cook
    3. Mark Randall Arend
    4. John Stocks
    4 lawyer answers

    You and your lawyer could discuss the pros and cons of filing a motion to vacate based upon fraud or possibly simply filing a Petition for Modification of the Parenting Plan. Fraud is a very high threshold so that could be extremely difficult to actually prove. But there are many factors to consider. This is a challenging case that will only get more challenging as more time passes. I encourage you to act promptly And avoid delay. Get in to see a good custody lawyer ASAP and be prepared...