My husband is deployed. Should the paperwork state his deployment address or his address when he is living in the states?
The paperwork should state his current address and it is unclear what papers you are talking about, but most likely he will have to be served at that deployed address or when he returns if he does not consent or will not voluntarily accept service. You will also have to file an affidavit with the court stating that he is in the military. He is entitled to certain court protections against default judgements.See question
My friend is filing for divorce and they had kids before they were married the dad is on the birth certificate and they are his kids. I was just wondering what would happen in court with the divorce.
There are any number of things that could happen. The most substantial are custody, visitation and support.See question
My daughter has a roommate who is manipulating the landlord and telling her lies about my daughter and now my daughter needs to move out the roommate claims that the place belongs to her because she has the better credit score but my daughter has ...
I am sorry to hear about your daughter's situation. It depends on what the lease says and who is on the lease.See question
If my ex fails to pick up our child on the scheduled date and time for visitation can I refuse to let him take our child the following day? Or will I be in trouble with the court? Even though he didn't show up for the pick up exchange???
You should not deny him visitation. A noncustodial parent does not have to exercise visitation rights, however a custodial parent does have to follow the court order with regards to allowing visitation at specified times.See question
I have a divorce attorney. But I would like to file a motion that I can handle myself and use my attorney for other things to save money. My attorney tells me I have to fire him first. I don't want to do that when I still need him for other things...
You are not required by law to be represented in a divorce. It sounds as though your attorney prefers to handle all aspects of litigation and is not willing to enter into an "unbundled services" arrangement. He is not required to do so. If you would like to handle certain aspects of your case, then you should seek out an attorney who is willing to enter into an unbundled services arrangement.See question
Married for 24 years,wife abondont family 2 years ago ,already lost our home to foreclosure. And living separately. All adult kids.
It is difficult to determine without having all of the facts. I am sorry to hear about your house. There may be other assets - vehicles, retirement funds, investment accounts etc. You should consult with an attorney and share the facts of your case. It also depends on whether your spouse will contest the divorce or not. There may be issues of spousal support.See question
I've been married 13 years and have 3 kids with my husband. We've suffered emotional, verbal and psychological abuse, especially my 12 year old and i because we're close. The kids are afraid of their dad and a couple of weeks ago my husband an...
Your safety should be a first concern, however this is a major decision and best entered into with planning. Consult with an experienced family law attorney.See question
My husband and I have only been marriedthree months. But we were together on and off and engaged several times before for about a year an 1/2. I lived with him in his homes. He has a ranch, and a few houses... Kim
Given the short length of the marriage you will not likely be entitled to much if any spousal support, however you will be entitled to distribution of marital property. If any of the homes or the ranch were purchased or appreciated during the marriage due to your contribution then you will likely have an interest.See question
I was accused of something I didn't do
Child protective services has broad discretion to protect children and can prevent parents from having access to their children for periods of time. If you feel that you have been accused unfairly then you should consult with an attorney and share whatever evidence you have.See question
My ex is requesting a modification in our support order, I'm sure he feels he is paying too much. I'm all for the NCP paying their fair share and would never demand more then that, but on the flip side, my ex's support does not go any further then...
You should include all expenses on the financial disclosure form, and bring the actual children's expenses to the court's attention with regards to a fair amount for him to pay.See question