I want to live with a guy as common law, do I need to do prenup? he has many debts and I have money on my accounts and I want to be cautios
It depends in which state you currently reside. Each state has different laws with regards to "
common law marriage" and some states do not even recognize "common law marriages". I would suggest you seek the advice of an attorney located in the state in which you currently reside.
Hello- I have been receiving permanent alimony since 1994 and now my former has petitioned to terminate it. He stopped making payments 5 months ago. Is he in contempt? I understand by reading your website, that if he is not employed, he can. ...
Although technically he is under a court order to make the payments, and therefore he is in contempt of a court order, given that he has filed a Petition to Terminate, the Court may or may not take his circumstances into consideration when reviewing his failure to pay. If you have not already done so, I recommend you contact an attorney at your earliest opportunity to review your options and ensure you file an appropriate response to his Petition.See question
My daughter left her mother's home on Feb 2011 and dopped out of school. April 2011 she was with child and moved in with her boyfriend. I stopped sending court order payments in July 2011 because the child was not living with her mother. Dec 2011 ...
It sounds like you are asking if you can do anything about the time period that your daughter was not living with her mother but you were still making child support payments to her? If so, unfortunately the State of Maryland can take no action regarding modifying child support unless and until you ask it to do so. Therefore, it appears as if the monies you had paid through July are lost to the mother. I would confirm that BOSE has terminated the ongoing obligation and then continue to timely pay the arrears as you will still be under the court's purview until your obligation has been fully satisfied. All monies will continue to go to the mother for repayment of the obligation you had until the child support was terminated.See question