Her Husbands attorney contacted my wife and read the emails to her. Can I sue this attorney for slander, and can I report her to the North Carolina Bar Association
You do not state in what manner the attorney has slandered you, nor have you stated any other conduct by the attorney that would warrant a report to the State Bar. I believe it would be in your best interest to not email your ex-wife anymore. You are clearly aware that she is remarried, so, unless the two of you have children together, there is no valid reason for you to be contacting her. The fact that her husband contacted an attorney shows that he is considering legal action against you, such as a civil no contact order. You would do well to move on.See question
The other parent lives out of state from the family, and wants to get a divorce with alimony. They also want the children to be taken out of school for visitation, and help to pay for the vacations they have with the children. So can they get alim...
If you are asking whether these things are possible, the answer is yes. However, whether a judge would order these things depends on the details and facts of your case, which you have not provided. First, alimony is not related to child custody, meaning, just because one parent has custody of the children does not mean that the custodial parent would not have to pay alimony under the right circumstances. If the non-custodial parent is adjudged a dependent spouse, then that spouse may very well be entitled to alimony. As for taking the children out of school to fit a vacation schedule, I would generally say no, but if you are talking about one school day out of the year, then maybe. Again, everything depends on details. Consult with a family law attorney to get a better understanding of the possibilities.See question
My wife moved out almost 5 months ago ,now has said it over and I made the last 12years of her life hell. An as said I need to get her name off my truck b/c she is my cosigner as well as my own car insurance ,but do I have to do any of these or ...
I agree with the previous answer and would add that if child custody is important to you, then you should proceed with filing for custody rather than waiting for her to do it.See question
My wife asked me to marry her one month at a courthouse. We obtained a marriage license. Then four months later she asked if we could do it again (as a romantic gesture, because she read that people "collect marriage licenses from different stat...
Your situation is unclear at best. If your wife was still married when you married her you may be eligible for an annulment. However, you should have a family law attorney check all of the documentation to make sure what you believe is accurate. Good luck to you.See question
My ex-husband and I ended on bad terms: he left me for someone else. So, I don't want him involved in our daughter's life. I remarried quickly and want my daughter to grow up seeing my new husband as her father. My ex has been trying to exercis...
Your ex's emails with your attorney are in no way private, and he can, and should, use them to prove his interest in being a part of his child's life. Just because he left you for someone else does not mean he cannot be a good father to his child. What you are doing is called parental alienation and it is wrong, and you should stop. What you want is irrelevant. You need to put your child's interests in having her father in her life before your own interests.See question
We live in NC. The loan is in his name, we moved in this house new in 2002, been married for 12 years. He wants a divorce, I do not want to move, I need advice on how to buy him out..
The only way I know to buy anything from anyone is with money. You must be willing and able to pay him in cash, or its equivalent, his half of the equity in the home, and he must be willing to accept it. If you do not have both parts of that equation, it will be very difficult for you to simply buy him out. Regardless, as you read in the previous answer, there are many other issues that come along with divorce. I suggest you, at a minimum, consult with a family law attorney to make sure you understand those issues and make appropriate decisions. Good luck to you.See question
In 2010 I married a man in The Gambia. He changed his phone number and I have no way of getting in contact with him. I only stayed for 14 says and returned back to Raleigh NC.
Considering the only real information you provided is that you were only there 14 days, I will assume there are no other relevant factors, although there may be. However, based on what little you have provided I will go out on a limb and state that you are unlikely to be granted an annulment. You will more likely be required to go through the divorce process. You should be eligible to file here in Wake County. Your biggest hurdle will be trying to serve the divorce filing on your husband. Good luck to you.See question
Due to my stupidity and my Lawyer not making things clear. I currently have joint custody but, my ex wife has the tax dependency for both kids. I want to change the order so we both have equity in this matter. I can certainly prove with multiple, ...
If you are operating under a permanent child support order, you must first show a substantial change of circumstances when requesting a modification of the order. If your income numbers are accurate, you should be able to meet the showing of a substantial change burden. Once you overcome the substantial change it should just be a matter of running the new child support calculation. However, the tax dependency agreement is likely part of your child custody order. You would need to file a motion to modify child custody in order to request a change in which parent can claim the dependent care exemption. I do not have enough information to say whether or not you could meet that burden. Wake County offers self-help packets for motions to modify. You should be able to find those on the Wake County Courts website. However, I would advise you to hire an attorney to assist you.See question
My sons mom and my son were involved in a high-speed collision in which the car ran off the road and hit a tree. My child's mother was charged with DUI, misd. child abuse, unsafe pass yellow line and reckless driving in Johnston Co. She was not ar...
Having a child in the car is absolutely an aggravating factor. If she either pleads guilty or is otherwise convicted, she will be sentenced as a Level 1 DWI, which is not good. There is automatic jail time involved with a Level 1, plus the fines and fees, loss of driver license, etc. She may be able to have the misdemeanor child abuse charge drop if she pleads guilty, but if she goes to trial and is convicted, she will likely be convicted of the other charges as well. Do you have a child custody question?See question
A broken Engagement and I live in NC and she lives in GA. Can I legally ask for my ring back?
This is not typically an easy question to answer. As with most legal questions, the details of the case are of the utmost importance. However, generally speaking, if she called off the engagement, she should give the ring back. If you called it off, you may have a tougher time unless you called it off for good cause. Regardless, you are well within your rights to ask for the ring back.See question