I'm going thru a divorce obviously. My wife accused me of gps-ing her car. I laughed. She later stated in a different conversation that her diary would be just as f=good and that's why its always on her person.
Yes, but do first through what is called discovery. Do it as a document request and be specific including anything she intends to use in court.See question
I missed July 28th court date. He filed a counter cpo on me falsely on Aug16th and is doing everything tit for tat. My cpo was dismissed. He honestly is violent has record of being violent a put a gun In my face which is why I filed in Jan. They...
File for another one and show up for the hearing on the 21st to defend. I hope you you have an attorney. If not, you should.
Best to you and the baby
My husband and I have been married for ten years. Three years ago I received a large inheritance from my Grandparents. It was all kept in seperate non-marital accounts. My husband was very resentful of this money. Due to our close relationshi...
Sorry to hear this. Your recourse in divorce is to hope there are assets, like a pension or home, to recover your loss. I know it was mentioned by one person the difficulty of criminal charges but I'd go to the prosecutor. Spouses can commit crimes against each other. If he was actually charged and convicted, there could be a restitution order. Now, going beyond of the scope of what I know, check with an attorney that handles lawsuits particular against investment companies. I don't know but I do know you should get a divorce attorney and move on this.See question
I've been married 36 years. I worked 2 Jobs so my wife could be a stay at home mom. My last child graduated HS 7 years ago. We have Lived a financially good life. I worked full time in sales and part time as a Fireman nights. After last daught...
Well, let me try to answer this from the idea of representing her. The starting point is to divide all assets equally. On spousal support, I'd be arguing for an income equalization realizing of course you could argue she is capable of working and did until a couple years ago. Your argument would be attempt to reduce. The problem is, no one here can really answer this without more information. Talk to a divorce lawyer.See question
I don't meet the residency requirement for filing a divorce. So I want to file a legal separation in Ohio. I heard the cost of legal separation is about the same as a divorce. But I will file a divorce in less than 6 month and I want to know if ...
Let me just answer the ultimate question for you. If you file a legal separation and it's granted and then later do a divorce, that a pretty simple divorce, or should be. All issues are determined in the legal separation action as to property, etc. If there are children though, the children would remain subject to continuing jurisdiction. If you need nothing presently from the court, talk to an attorney and my thought is you should wait until you can file a divorce and do it in one action rather than two.See question
I ran out of funds to continue to pay my attorney for my divorce so now he told me that he will no longer help me with my divorce. Now I have no clue what I do from here.
Before clicking this open I could only see the top and was going to suggest talking to your attorney to see if something could be worked out. But then I saw the rest.
Until your attorney actually withdraws there is a duty to represent but that goes away when the judge signs an an order discharging your attorney. You could legal aid, checking with other attorneys to see if you can find someone to pick it up or, you'll have to represent yourself. If there is an attorney on the other side and you are the plaintiff and no counterclaim has been filed, you could consider dismissing and starting over.
The last is not the preferred way to do it but it is an option.
Best to you,
Husband filed for divorce. Didnt like ruling in his county pulled request refiled in my county. I now wish to move out of state to start a new life but divorce is not complete.
You can do so at your peril. If there are children involved, not likely if you plan to take them with you. But understand this, if the case is properly in your county now and you move, you'll have to defend it from the state you move to and this would be a burden to you.
Why not get an attorney if you don't already have one and see if the case can somehow be settled before making a move. There really isn't enough information to determine the ramifications of a move now but an attorney could evaluate it with more, detailed information.
Best to you,
Her attorney contacted me for the first time today. Come to find out during our previous divorce care 3 years ago, which we worked out, he had a consultation with me. He claims he has no record. He is also my sisters current divorce attorney. ...
Hope it's not me.
The law and rules on conflicts of interest are difficult to determine sometimes. A consultation in and of itself won't always do it. Point out to the attorney why you believe there is a conflict of interest or have your attorney do it. It doesn't mean there is one but until you let the attorney know, he or she can't make an evaluation.See question
I live outside of Cincinnati, OH. I am filing for a Dissolution. My husband and I have no real estate, stocks, bonds, retirement, etc. Our children are all over 18. We've already separated and divided everything. We are just no longer compatible a...
You may be able to pull this off without using a notary. Some attorneys require separation agreements be notarized but I think that's a throwback to an early time but it's still not a bad idea if it has to be used for something else. That doesn't sound to be the case for you. Finding a notary is easy enough. The court would have a notary hanging around, any car dealership, banks, etc. Most notaries do not charge but even if they do you could get everything notarized for next to nothing. If you're using the court forms, I guess I'd do it.See question
I recently obtained a divorce and when I went to pick up marital property he tried to give me substitutions of items that was discussed in the divorce and most was broken crap. I can"t afford an attorney and was wondering if I could file an injunc...
All I can do here is agree with Ms. King. You may have trouble finding an attorney that would be willing to do it for the attorney fee award instead of a retainer upfront, but check around. And yes, as stated, you can file on your own.See question