My husband initiated a no fault divorce and I was served with the papers last week. I would like to ask for spousal support as no arrangements have been made thus far and we are not on terms to discuss it. I do not have a job and he recently quit...
As stated previously, you will need to file a counterclaim with the courts. I highly suggest retaining an Albany area attorney to assist you with this.
Best of luck going forward.See question
I need to get a quick divorce. It is uncontested. My youngest son will be 18 in 4 months so there are no custody disputes and no assets. I live in Florida and he lives in Illinois. Will we both be required to appear in court? He agrees to the...
Your best option is to use the Find a Lawyer tab on the top of the page. Terms of service prohibit attorneys from soliciting business via this platform.
Alternatively, you can try contacting your local bar association or legal referral service.See question
I have been separated from my husband for a year and 7 month's now and I don't know how to go about getting a divorce which I feel he should pay because of the emotional abuse and adultery he has committed plus we have two girl's together that liv...
You should contact a local divorce attorney to discuss the process in greater detail, and inquire about petitioning the court to have your husband pay a portion of your legal fees. You should also discuss child custody and support.See question
My dad and i reunited after a decade, im 16 now, my mom took me from him when i was 6 bc he was concerned and questioned her parenting. he told me he would be more than happy to have me move in with him. idk if my mom would go for it though. what ...
Your dad needs to discuss this matter with an attorney.See question
My husband has filed for divorce in NY. He has now made me feel uneasy by tracking me to keep tabs on me. He has low jacked my car and starts fights about where I'm going. Is he allowed to do this ?
You need to hire a lawyer immediately, and discuss the possibility of requesting a Temporary Order of Protection.See question
I am currently abroad and will not be able to return for some time due to medical reasons. My spouse is urging for a non-fault divorce. Is it possible to go through the entire divorce procedure in Massachusetts when I am physically outside of the ...
You can proceed with a divorce in MA if you're out of the Country. As other answers state, you should hire a local divorce attorney to handle the matter for you.See question
Joint custody of granddaughter with father now incarcerated. Raised child since 2yr old. Husband ex violent sex offender ( had underage gf (14 he was 32 no force, deemed violent due to age difference (VA)). Birth mother now attempting sole custody...
Most lawyers offer free initial consultations, but the cost for representation will vary from firm to firm.
Use the "Find a Lawyer" tab on this website, and contact local attorneys in your area who specialize in family law and custody.See question
I'm not sure my wife will sign the settlement agreement even though I'm grantein her my condo and giving her a hefty alimony since she is unable to work due to health issues. I just want to be free of her once and for all.
You can proceed with a contested divorce without an attorney, but doing so is ill advised,See question
I was a victim of domestic violence, I have been trying to divorce my husband but he does not want to be served, won't open doors to process servers and says he wants an annulment. Filed twice already, what more can I do?
It is unlikely you will be able to get an annulment (NY has very specific grounds for annulments).
You really need to have an attorney handle this for you. There is no reason why you should have needed to file for divorce twice.
Use the "Find a Lawyer" tab, above, and contact a few NYC divorce lawyers.See question
I have a 50/50 Legal custody/Visitation Agreement with my Daughter's Mother, but she consistently violates it. She controls when I can and cannot call my Daughter, even though I'm supposed to have unfettered access. She never has my daughter...
Schedule a consultation with the NYC family law attorney. Depending on what your current agreement says, your ex may very well be in violation of the terms. If so, you need to have a lawyer file an enforcement petition in court.See question