He currently domesticated me in CT and left for another state to make an arranged marriage with another woman which will be hidden and religious marriage.
I agree with Anthony and Robert but might go one step further. You might consider politely contacting your local authorities and asking them if they take interest in bigamy. Before you do this you should speak with local counsel. I would also be interested to know what religion he is marrying the second woman in as there may be recourse for you in a non-judicial event such as a religious values. I have some experience with this and would be happy to speak with you further about it. You can also find an attorney through the find an attorney function on this website. Best of luck.See question
I want to know if thats legal and what can i due
It's legal and you should talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney soon. I suggest William Whewell but you shoul us the find a lawyer function on this site.See question
My husband continuously sharing my baby's photo to his friends and some family members. I told him so many times that I don't like it. But i am not able to stop him. Is there anyway I can stop him?
Take away his access to the photos.See question
My wife was in an auto accident and 5 months later filed for divorce after she committed adultery and I found out. She is expecting a large, lucrative settlement from the accident in the next few years. She was driving my vehicle and it was tota...
I believe that because of the timing of the case, any award is an asset of the marriage. Hire an experience divorce attorney who has experience in injury law as well.See question
My case is very strong but i am worried that an advance would harm my case if discolesed
Depends on who you borrowed from. If it's a factoring company, you may be paying back 6000. I often warn my clients about taking out loans against their casesSee question
Our family was planning to move from CT to AZ with my daughter attending ASU this upcoming fall. I moved out ahead of my family to establish residency while my daughter completed her senior year of high school. My wife cheated on me filed for div...
There is no requirement to a set alimony until a judge makes a ruling on an amount. Until then everything is negotiable. Hire an experienced divorce attorney and fast.See question
It's really about marriage
Yes, but please don't. Wait a few years. Long engagements are greatSee question
I work for a contract security company, i was working at a big company doing shift work/floater work now my question is i feel i was wrongfully terminated, a person with an agenda, i was also singled out and made an example, for whatever reason...
Attorney Lassen is correct in that without an employment contract, you are an at-will employee. However, with the limited facts you have provided here, it is possible that there is a detail you may have overlooked in your narrative that might be key to an actionable claim. It might be worth speaking with an attorney experienced in employment law to further explore your options and get a more definitive recitation of the facts. You can contact any attorney here by going to their profile page and using their contact info. Good luck.See question
My X fiancée and I bought 2 German Shepard dogs while engaged and living in a large house. The dogs are 1 1/2 years apart in age. my x decided to break off the engagement and left me with the full responsibility for caring for them. I since move...
You can sue your ex in small claims case. I do not advise hiring an attorney as most attorneys, including myself, will tell you that you do not have an actionable claim. However, in Small Claims court you may find a Fact Finder that is sympathetic with your situation who might consider awarding you something for your trouble. Anything can happen. Please do not bring the dogs to the pound if you care at all about them. Even no-kill shelters will send the dogs to a kill shelter after a certain period of time elapses. Find the dogs a home. Find them a good home.See question
If spouse #1 signs a legal contract, drawn up by spouse #2 through the use of an attorney, but spouse #1 has no knowledge that spouse #2 already had intentions of divorcing spouse #1, did spouse #2 commit civil or criminal fraud? Deception, and ...
Without a proper fact pattern, detailing what was contracted for and away, it is very difficult to answer this question. Intentions are nebulous and vague. Can you prove the spouse's intentions? What kind of paper trail is there? Feel free to contact any of the attorneys who answered here or through the Find a Lawyer function on AVVO if you would like further information or answers.See question