I am going thru a custody hearing and I know that eventually we will have to take a class. I would like to take it now. What is the name or how can I find that out?
there are online and in person courses--but wait to see what the court requires in your case.See question
Our divorce was decreed a few months ago, and our martial home is just under contract, Court ordered that I move out and vacate the the contents of the house in a week. I do not really want to move out, and I have too much stuff in the house that ...
it depends on why and how the court ordered you to move out. If you just went to court and that was the result of a motion, then until and unless the order is changed, you have to move out. if it is something you can negotiate with your spouse, you may want to try to do so. Or you could file a Motion for Reconsideration but the order remains in effect until such a motion is rules upon. You should consult a family law layer.See question
Married for 15 yrs to a president of insurance company. I am stay home mom homeschooling our only child. husband has increasingly abused alcohol so he is verbally abusive every night since last yr. he assaulted us twice also that i did not report...
You may be able to file for divorce but your should consult an experienced family law attorney immediately for concerns about your health and safety.See question
Its' my understanding that there is marital property and separate property. Would an engagement ring, gifts given before marriage be separate property? While items bought together during marriage, during separation as well as gifts given to our s...
you do need to consult a lawyer about these matters but the quick answers are that gifts prior to the marriage and to your son from third parties are separate property--and the gifts to your son are his property and not part of the marital estate. If you have court ordered spousal support, you cannot make any unauthorized deductions from it.See question
Frank & Daisy purchase a home for $35,000. Ten years later they divorce and Daisy gets the house. The settlement is amicable so no appraisal is done and no value is assessed by the court. The tax assessed value at the time of divorce is $90,000. ...
Basically daisy has the original basis in the house. Property transfers between spouses are 1031 exchanges and the transferee takes on the transfer or something basis. Daisy would have to have the deed to the property which frank would have signed over to her. If there is no deed and no written agreement to transfer the propertype then there is a big problem for which you consult an attorneySee question
We have been divorced for almost one year but we have not totally completed all the equitable distributions items as stated in the divorce decree such as selling the house, transferring some retirement funds etc. We are thinking about remarrying t...
Are you asking if you remarry the spouse from whom you were divorced, no you do not have to perform all of the property division but you should have a written agreement that you agree not to perform those items, that you are remarrying and basically that the property division is void. You do not write whether you had an agreement or a judge divided your property. It can make a big difference in the formalities of un-doing the property division. You really need to consult a lawyer about these matters--it can have a big impact later on.See question
Lived with mother in law per marriage - move to fla - got married and then we moved back in to take of mother in law who had a lung transplant. She Died 1 year later and then my husband kicked me out of mother in laws house and filed for divorce 6...
If your husband inherited the property and it was not left to the two of you , then it is his property, unless you two paid some expenses for it during the marriage with marital money, then some of it maybe marital. This is a complex matter, so you need to consult a family law lawyer about it.See question
The Final Disposition of our divorce case says that "Judgment: Plaintiff, Concluded By: Trial - Judge With Witnesses"? Does it mean that it was Plaintiff's fault?
No it does not mean that Plaintiff was at fault. It means that the Plaintiff proved his/her grounds for divorce and was granted the divorce at a hearing. If you want to see the grounds for divorce, you look at the court's file (unless it is sealed) and see the actual grounds.See question
After court signed the divorce decree, can I still cancel and stop the divorce by going to family reconciliation, what about those court papers that we both filed, can we take them back or ask Court to destroy them? Thank you for the advice.
Once the Judge signs the Order you are divorced but there may be an opportunity to change or nullify the order if you can act within 21 days of the date of the divorce order---so please consult a lawyer if this is your situation.See question
My ex and I agreed that he will extend alimony by a few more month. Our divorce was finalized back in October 2016. How long would this process take?
Basically you are asking if your ex can pay you alimony for a longer time period than is stated in your final order of divorce? He/She can do so but he/she needs a consent order from the two of you to be entered by the Court in order for he/she to claim the tax deduction for the alimony. It is not a huge undertaking to have a consent order done but you should consult a lawyer so it can be done correctly and quickly.See question