I maybe getting a divorce from my current husband. He has a drinking problem that has been getting out of hand and he does get combative after a few drinks now. I have 3 kids from a previous marriage and my current husband's parents own the house ...
It sounds as if you have not begun the divorce process. You are in control of the timing of the filing of the complaint for divorce. Assuming your husband's behavior does not put you or your children in danger before hand, you can delay the filing of the divorce until the end of the school year. I suggest you consult with legal counsel to discuss the particulars of your case and your best options.See question
So I'm currently going through a divorce, and when we first separated, I left the marital home and allowed my spouse to live there since both of us were not able to live there together (at least not peacefully). The house is owned in both my name ...
The short answer is that you can file a motion with the court requesting a court order compelling your husband to timely pay the mortgage and/or to bring the mortgage up to date. The court, upon motion, could also allow you to resume residence and assume payment of the monthly mortgage statements. The problem with your walking away is that it does not solve your credit issue since your name is still on the mortgage and if he continues to miss payments or make late payments your credit will be compromised. I strongly suggest meeting with counsel to discuss the specifics of your case. Best of luck.See question
I was stopped for running a red light and arrested for no driving licence. Before towing the police found credit cards in a wallet and on drivers side floor. They contacted the names on the credit cards to determine they were stolen . I was charge...
This is not a simple question to answer. While police are permitted to conduct an "inventory search" of the vehicle, there are certain protocols that they must follow. Those protocols can vary from town to town. Your attorney can question the police officer conducting the inventory search whether or not he/she followed the written protocol. Also, even though the police may have properly conducted an inventory search, they may not have the right to take the next step of contacting the credit card holders. There are many facts that need to be explored by your attorney. Best of luck.See question
My name is not on his cards. The only thing in both our names is our mortgage. How does this affect me?
I'm not sure that I understand your question. I will try to answer you generally. Your credit history and your husband's credit history are completely separate so that any negative activity with respect to your husband's credit cards will not be reflected on your credit history, even though you are married. Where you have a common debt, the mortgage, there would be a consequence to your credit history. I strongly suggest that you contact a local attorney to discuss the specifics of your situation. Good luck.See question
My chapter 13 was denied due to secured debt. I can afford mortgage after chapter 7 and want to remain in my home. However I don't want to continue making payments and home is foreclosed despite my efforts
The answer to this question depends upon the specific facts of your case, i.e. how far behind are you on the mortgage, is the bank willing to negotiate or work with you on a modification, etc. I strongly suggest that you contact local bankruptcy counsel to review the specific facts of your case and determine the best strategy. Good luck.See question
My wife signed the summon that the statements are true, but we have never had reconciliation or even attempted or talked about it. How can the effort failed? ...same as the accusation of "extreme and repeated mental cruelty and in alternative...
You have the ability to answer your wife's complaint in a formal pleading. I strongly suggest that you contact local counsel to assist you in this process. Please be aware that there are certain time constraints that you need to comply with. Good luck.See question
my friends is getting charged with assault and the pepperell police put my social security number on his arrest report is this legal or can i take legal action against the pepperell police
In my opinion, you do not have a claim against the police department.See question
Do I have a legal right to live there?
This is not a simple yes or no question. There are many factors to be considered, including whether divorce proceedings gave been initiated, how title is held, etc. I suggest you consult with local counsel who can advise you as to your rights and procedural options.See question
2004: Arrested & charged with possession of Marijuana <2 oz., completed Pre-Trial Diversion program while living in Illinois. Sealing the record is not an option for me because I need clearance for a job prospect. Is expunging the record a viable ...
Based upon the facts that you have outlined, in my opinion you would be entitled to having your record expunged.See question
I was pulled over and given issued a criminal citation for driving on a suspended license. I did not know it was suspended. I went to the RMV the next day and spoke with a hearing officer. There was an error with my driving record, my licen...
You will want to take whatever paperwork you have from the Registry to court with you and show it to the Assistant District Attorney handling your case. Based upon the facts that you outline, that is, the suspension was in error, the charges should be dismissed. If the Assistant District Attorney is unwilling to dismiss the charges after reviewing your paperwork, I would strongly suggest contacting an attorney to assist you in getting the charges dismissed. Good luck..See question