Had an affair 4 years ago. We stayed together. How ever now looking at posdiable separation. Just want to know if get divorce if something that could be used now.
Statute of limitations is not the right concept. If two people reconcile after an extra-marital affair has occurred, then the court will not hold that affair as grounds for a divorce or as a grounds for alimony. Most people file for no-fault divorces because they are much less expensive and much easier to prove.See question
Me and my children's father have lived in the same home for 3 years and now he wants me out . He filed for an eviction . What should I do ?
You have left out some important information. Does he want you and the children out, or does he want to keep the children with him in the house? You have two different situations there. If he wants the kids out, you could move out and immediately file for child support. If he will fight you for the children, you need to file for custody and child support right away.See question
Said person has had 3+ years to prepare and take care of the stipulations stated and agreed upon in the equitable distribution of the divorce decree. What can be the punishment for not complying with such order?
Many sanctions are available when a person fails to comply with an order. The issue as to which one is appropriate will depend upon the situation. If the other person has a valid reason for the delay, the judge may simply order it to be done ASAP. If not, anything from making property yours to jail time could be used to rectify the situation. Your attorney's fees may be ordered paid by the person ignoring the order.See question
5 yrs ago husband left life policy to wife, who converted proceeds to an annuity. She is contemplating Bnkrptcy. Can creditors claim the annuity?/
This needs to be posted in the bankruptcy section. I have done so for you.See question
I was unable to attend a review custody conference due to my pregant wife needing me at home for medical reasons. And my ex informed me that she has sole custody legal and physical, she has been going on for months that she is filing for child sup...
The answer is yes, even if she earns more than you. A parent is always responsible for the support of his or her child unless parental rights were terminated by the court. The real issue is your custody time with your child. You should be able to successfully challenge a default judgment. You may be able to file for a hearing before a master or judge if you are still within the time frame for doing so. If you cannot determine that, I suggest that you discuss your case with an attorney. If you can, you should do so and challenge this custody order.See question
My ex refinanced the house that we were living in together and I moved out. The divorce was fairly amicable, but has progressed into a not so friendly relationship. Initially, he told me that I could leave my things at the house until I was ready ...
Possibly. If you signed an agreement in equitable distribution stating that all property has been split or if the divorce is over and your name is off the deed, you may not be able to do anything about it. But if not, then you may be able to petition the court to force him to return everything.See question
I have my kids 80% of the time (and sometimes 100% when my ex is traveling for work and he is gone 4 - 6 weeks every spring and fall). We wrote our own divorce decree that was drawn up by a lawyer and we did NOT put anything in it stating that we ...
The issue is whether there will be a significant impairment of the other parent's custody time. Neither the distance nor the possible interference with his custody time seems to be an issue, so you are probably safe. However, there are steps that must be followed if it is an issue. Following them is always a good idea if you believe that you might be challenged by the other party.See question
The father didn't pick my child up on time And the order states he is to drop her off at school on Monday but he told me to pick her up on Sunday
You don't have to pick her up on Sunday. He has no right to change the custody schedule. If he is late, of course, there is nothing you can do other than complain to the court and try to get the order changed in some way. But you do not have to do anything if he demands it. If he does this regularly, you can either file a contempt petition or file a petition to modify.See question
Mother left for four months and came back with intentions to pass the child between pennsylvania and Oklahoma.
Maybe - can the child live a normal healthy life that way? From the way you phrased the question, I recommend - urge - that you file for custody immediately so that you can protect your rights as parent. If you don't, you may end up flying to OK in order to attend custody hearings out there.See question
Im to inherit my mothers house when she passes, family members keep telling her that even though my wife and i have been seperated the past 6 years that she can take half of the house, we eventually will divorce but if she passes before that happe...
No. Inheritances are not marital property, nor is property obtained after separation (unless purchased with marital funds).See question