It sounds like a conflict of interest. You should bring it to the Court's attention. You should also contact the attorney and put it in writing that you consulted with that attorney.
If a Case Information Statement has not been filed, the the case cannot be initiated. If it is a family Case Information Statement, bring it to the Court's attention that that the other party has not filed one.
The provision you show for this agreement does not permit you to cancel the policy. There may be another section that refers to this policy that I am unaware of.
This is a difficult problem to solve. You may need to file a lawsuit against your partner to obtain title to the car and show proof that your funds were used to purchase the automobile. Do not drive it unless you have personally confirmed with the insurance company that the car is insured and insurance has not been cancelled or has expired.
This question is difficult to answer. You indicated that you both have assets and then stated that he has no assets. However, you should consult a personal injury attorney concerning a potential civil lawsuit.
Hello. Your ex spouse must provide you with the address of the pension provider. You will need to hire the appraiser to prepare the QDRO. You should write your ex spouse a letter in good faith demanding compliance with the Agreement within 7 business days. If you do not receive compliance, you should circle back with your attorney to do a post judgment application to enforce litigants rights and seek an award for the attorney fees you paid to the attorney for having to make that application. Depending on what the agreement states, you may get reimbursement for the attorney fees.
Hello, thank you for reaching out. I am sorry to hear of the loss of your grandmother. The lease sounds in one conditioned on senior status. The may be seniors on a waiting list waiting for housing. If you do not contact the management office, the management office will contact you. I suggest consulting a landlord tenant attorney in regards to your rights and responsibilities. All the best.
You are in an unfortunate sitiation. If your safety is threatened go at once to the police and/or the domestic violence unit in the family part of the county where you reside and apply for a domestic violence restraining order. As part of your application you can ask the court to order your husband to make payments for your overhead. You can also seek alimony through a divorce complaint. I suggest you hire an attorney right away.
You must file a complaint against her in the county where she resides. You are entitled to get the ring back. Best of luck.
File a missing persons report with police. Then go to Family Part for custody and child support. Best of luck.