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Katherine Ann Frye

Katherine Frye’s Answers

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  • Are child custody evaluations privileged?

    Katherine’s Answer

    Generally, child custody evaluators are not going to release his or her file and raw data to a party. Even for an attorney to obtain the information, a Judge generally has to intercede. I would suggest you contact an attorney to help you file the proper paperwork to compel the information and to secure a court date.

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  • Will I have to pay alimony

    Katherine’s Answer

    Your question does not state about much you earn, which is a crucial factor in an alimony case. The law requires that you be a financially supporting spouse and that she be a financially dependent spouse. Based on your information, the labels would seem to apply in your case. I would suggest you speak with an attorney so that you can learn what you should continue to pay for or provide to her. One issue in alimony is your ability to pay, so your current payments to her are setting a precedent that most Judges will not ignore.

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  • I have a mortgage in my name only. My name only on the deed. My husband currently lives there. I want the loan out of my name.

    Katherine’s Answer

    Both of these options are possible; however, you will need his agreement or an Order of the Court to accomplish. If he has been unwilling to do so in conversations with you, I would suggest you contact an attorney to help you accomplish your goals.

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  • My ex and I got divorced due to her behavior (affairs, sexual misconduct, and getting fired from her job for sexual harassment)

    Katherine’s Answer

    I agree with the previous posts that you need to speak with an attorney; however, you should also consult with a child psychologist as well. If your daughter is suffering as you have indicated, she needs someone to help her immediately. Her being able to speak with a therapist will help her cope, and if the therapist is willing to testify, this therapist may also be able to help the Court understand what concerns your child has about the current situation.

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