Hello. My soon to be ex-husband was added to my house title which was only in my name (now in both our names). He is not in the mortgage (only me). I am about to get divorced and I am staying in the house. I intend to live there for another 5 year...
He can certainly consent that his name come off the title, but unless its a premarital residence, he'd still generally be entitled to a share of its value in the event of divorce. A mere "notarized letter" would be insufficient for him to waive his rights in the house - only a valid separation agreement would do that. Schedule a consult with a Westchester Divorce attorney for a full assessment.See question
I have filed a lawsuit against a nursing home where my husband was staying. Because he got a very bad bedsore after he has been there for 3 weeks .
It depends on whether you're a party to the lawsuit. If the money is really his because he suffered the injury, then personal injury awards are generally considered one's separate property. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Divorce attorney for a full assessment.See question
My husband and i been separted for a year and almost 2 Now and i ready for a divorce
Attorneys fees vary widely based on numerous factors, such as location of office & experience. If price is your primary factor, then look for an attorney in a poor neighborhood who is fresh out of law school. Call a Bronx Divorce attorney to schedule a consult.See question
I've been separated from my wife and I want a divorce but she doesn't want to provide the marriage certificate to me and we were married in a foreign country, I also have 3 daughters but don't have any personal documentation, what can I do?
You don't necessarily need your marriage certificate in order to file for divorce. You just need the information, such as date of marriage & place of marriage. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Divorce attorney for more info.See question
I need to make a modification on my child support order since I am making 50%less income . I've tried doing this on my own but to no avail. I have now a levy on my bank account. Need help asap.
You can obtain the forms off the court system website. If you're looking to hire an attorney, find one at Avvo's "Find a Lawyer" tab. Call a Bronx Child Support attorney to schedule a consult.See question
I owe child support
Child Support arrears only potentially result in a license suspension. Generally SCU won't revoke licenses if they permit you to earn money - so long as you work out an agreement with them. Schedule a consult with a Westchester Child Support attorney for more info.See question
My daughters father owes slightly over $5,000 in child support. He claims he cant make the payments as he's not working due to an injury. His social media is proving the opposite of his alleged financial situation. He seems to be working off the b...
If you find out where he's working, you can report that to SCU. You can otherwise have him attempt to prove his disability, and if he fails to, he can possibly be jailed for violating the order of support. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Support attorney for a full assessment.See question
My ex and I have joint custody in Bronx MY. They have been residing with me since 2010 when we broke up, but Since July 2016, I let them live with him because he hasn't been in their lives. If we have an argument about how he cares for them, he bl...
It was probably foolhardy for you to give him de facto custody, as he can now move to have the court order modified to reflect that reality & then sue you for child support. In any event, if continued informal methods do not work, then yes, you'd need to file an enforcement petition in court. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.See question
The father of my son want me to agree in writing to have a joint custody when I have a 99% of his care since he was born. His father doesn't want to return my son after his weekend stay over with him, if I don't sign the notarized agreements that...
If the Father is refusing to return the child, call the police. It's illegal for him to retain the child like that. Moreover, signing an agreement under duress is grounds to revoke it anyway. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.See question
My ex and his mother thankfully cannot get a custody/visitation order in place from Bronx Family Court due to an order of protection that has prevented them from visitation. My final hearing for the TPO in New Jersey court is soon and it is defini...
Having an order of protection - especially if there was a determination made by the Court that he committed domestic violence - is certainly a factor the Court would consider. However, there are numerous other factors which need to be assessed. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.See question