OSC in contempt of CS & Alimony. Defendants financial disclosure submitted is not credible. How is this handled in court? 2013 tax return "fraud". Neighbor's residence reported on return, phony business out of residence, . All Tax returns are frau...
It depends upon the court and the judge. Your posting implies that you're in Supreme/Post Matrimonial part... but you may be in Family Court... either way, this kind of litigation is not an easy do it yourself project.See question
The initial court filing fee is $210.00. There are other fees to complete the case, typically totaling somewhere under $200 more.See question
I filed for divorce from my wife in White Plains, she may or may not represent herself. If she does get an attorney, am I responsible for any of her legal fees. ???
It depends - are you the spouse with all the money? If so, probably...See question
I hired lawyer for uncontested divorce a month ago for the flat fee $2,500. I think it's way overcharged. Then lawyer asked for $5,000 and I thought it's flat fee for my case that started to look as contested. But he started to bill me $400/hr ...
You always have the option to change your attorney, whether for a reason or because you simply have changed your mind.See question
I gave written consent for my then-husband to speak with my psychologist. Just before our divorce was finalized, my husband corresponded with my psychologist via email without my knowledge. My psychologist's emails to my estranged husband contai...
The first thing to note is that there is no private right of action under HIPAA. Complaints about HIPAA violations result in penalties to the doctor only.See question
I want to visit parents who live in an separate apt of marital residence, can they invite me if wife granted exc use and occ? The apt has its own entrance and parents have lease, it's same house but separate
You can go if you're invited by the person who has exclusive use and occupancy. Otherwise the person has no authority to invite you.See question
In NY, my husband filed for divorce in March 2013 and managed to do so without contacting me or serving me. I learned later that he submitted a false affidavit of service and was able to get a default judgement of divorce. I didn't find out abou...
1. Yes, you're married.
2. You can't sue for bigamy. You can get a divorce.
3. The child support order is void, too. You can move in Family Court... But the order may be enforced in any event - depending upon the judge.
He lives in mexico all i know befoe he moved he didnt want to
Yes. It may be a bit more complicated because you don't know where he lives, but you can.See question
i am now sick. have not made a will
Yes, unless your separation agreement specifies otherwise. If you don't have a separation agreement - then definitely yes.See question