In new York I am married 11 years fwas married Aug 2005 started working for Verizon 1983 retired June 2010 I have an IRA and I am getting divorced how much of the IRA us she entitled to
The answer isn't in a percentage. Instead you have to analyze the contributions to the IRA and the earnings on those contributions. When were they made? How much was made before the marriage or after the divorce case began? Were there any withdrawals during the marriage?
All those questions go into an analysis of equitable share.See question
I filed for divorce in 3/2014, my dad passed in 8/2014. My mom is still living and everything went to her when my dad died. Our divorce was final 7/2015. He is now calling the estate lawyer to check on status of the estate and if I inherited...
Only if something specific was left to him. Inheritances are separate property, not subject to equitable distribution.See question
The e-courts website shows the case as disposed on 02/24/2016 with Uncont Mat Judgment Granted , so is there any time-frame when it will be final and is there any way to get final asap ? , it was filed in NewYork County clerk
If it was disposed on 2/24 the judgment should be at the County Clerk's office available for copying by one or both of the parties.See question
After an extended period of unemployed pursuit to advance my career as an artist - with support from my wife - which ended badly with me depressed, my wife finally agreed with me that I should find a job. Within 4 days, she wanted me to move out. ...
This isn't going to be the answer you'd want, but the fact is there is nothing you can do to "protect" yourself from a divorce. If your spouse wants a divorce your spouse can get one.
On economic issues there may be some protection, but that depends on what the asset picture is.See question
We run an online business. Our main competitor is in the USA. We are in the UK. Since our entrance into the market earlier this year, our main competitor has been emailing our web hosts, suppliers, and other stakeholders claiming that: 1) W...
The first question to be answered is: where is your competitor located.?
If it's in New York you can retain counsel here and file an action for defamation. The process can be lengthy, and the advisability of it will depend upon the chance of recovery - how financially strong your competitor is, and upon whether you wish to get involved in a US based court battle.See question
Re: Uncontested divorce in New York City. It says “Your marriage has been over for at least 6 months and your relationship can't be saved.” How do we show that? What evidence is required? Is a legal separation required? Is there a minimum tim...
Yes, an uncontested divorce is an option. You'll probably want a local attorney to handle the paperwork.See question
During my divorce i filed papers myself and he defaulted. So i prceeded with it. My papers was sent back saying i needed work done to them.
That's hard to say without seeing the papers. But a quick analysis by a local attorney should allow a quick answer.See question
My wife told me to leave but we are married and have a child together we lived in an apartment together going on a couple years now to not argue I picked up my things and left also I'm not on the lease as well.
Who's on the lease isn't the issue. Absent a court order, no, she can't tell you to leave your child and home.See question
Been sep'd from wife for 1 1/2 years. Was married 29 years, she is a 20/20/15 military spouse. She will not agree to any proposal to a settlement. The only asset is her car that I pay for, and her non-profit Horse Rescue in her name. I also pay...
Of course. Presumably your loss of employment will be a factor in your case -- though you can expect questions as to what you're doing to get a new job.See question
I recently divorced my wife, and understand that California is a community property state. Meaning, I owe half her debts. It sucks, because one of the main reasons I divorced her is because she was financially stupid, and opened accounts I didn'...
This is going to be particularly fact specific - you should consult a local attorney and discuss in detail how/when the loans were obtained... but the fact that she obtained them by lying on an application will likely have little to do with a liability decision.See question