My husband has shared debt with his ex wife that was not written in his divorce agreement. She asks him for money every month to pay his half of the payment. Is this the best way to handle it? There is no paper trail or record of him paying for hi...
Without more, it sounds like his debt, not your debt, In a divorce, it should be his responsible to pay it.
Your attorney can make sure it is specified.
Best to you,
My soon to be ex-wife started dating and having sleepovers and we aren't yet divorced. She moved in with her mom in July. I have full custody of our girls (6 and 4) thru the temporary orders. As of the last year or so, she has shown a terrible lap...
Typically none but you can fashion one. It's never good to be introducing children to a significant order until it is known for sure the person is really going to be around. A parade of men in front of the children is never good for the kids. Have your attorney draw up a tight clause. If it is already impacting the children in a negative way, have your attorney consider filing an appropriate motion with the court.
Best to you,
Today I attended my final court date for the dissolution of my marriage in the state of Ohio. The judge asked if I was with child and to the best of my knowledge I am not. However I started seeing someone a few months ago and when I think about it...
It's valid but what Mr. Harp says is correct. Get it straightened out so it doesn't come back to haunt you.See question
I had my will drawn in South Carolina by an attorney. I have moved to Ohio. Must I do anything to make sure it is valid in Ohio.
Not really a divorce question but your Will is still good. If it was valid in SC, it'll be valid here. You may want to have it reviewed though by an attorney because there may be other things, as mentioned, that may not be as good now. Like a power of attorney or durable power of attorney for heath care. If you bought a home in Ohio, there are other ways you can do transfers other than through an estate.
Best to you and welcome to Ohio,
my husband left the household for another woman. he has been gone for 3 months. he now wants to come back with her and put me out. i have contributed to this home for 23 years.can he put me out to let her in?
No, but it's likely he'll get the home but, that doesn't mean you do not have an interest in it. You need to speak with a divorce lawyer in the Amherst area.
Best to you,
Stay at home mom/wife mutually agree things are not what they were. We have 2 kids, he works out of town 24/7 and i dont work. Trying to figure out where to start the process
Try to find a divorce attorney in the Toledo area through the Find a lawyer tab here or through friends that provides a free initial consultation or charges a small one to walk you through the process.
Best to you,
My situation is the same as many others I have been in this divorce for two years an have yet to see a courtroom or the judge ,I have asked my mouth piece many time to get me an audience with the judge , The attorney regularly does not return my ...
1. It's not to me there is a malpractice here. Neglect maybe or just good advice on the part of the attorney. The answer though is yes, plaintiffs have prevailed in legal malpractice cases. Whether you have such a claim requires speaking to an attorney that handles those cases.
2. Can't address certain motions you have asked be filed but the petvi sitation is an interesting. Some courts will nothing on pet visitation and some will entertain the motion. Just depends on the judge I guess. Pets are stillc omsidered property, not members of the family, in Ohio by the courts.
3. No, you shouldn't file motions while yoy are represented by an attorney.
case against me, i'd terminate the relationship
4. You cannot force your spouse to sit down a negotiate,
5. Get a new attorney. The attorney-client relationship here has clearly broken down. If I had a client thinking in terms of a legal malpractice I'd terminate the relationship. It wouldn't be fair toe ither of us to continue it since it requires, clearly broken in the relationship. But, your new "mouth piece is not going to get you an audience" with the judge,
Best to you,
Two years ago I had major surgery (aorta replacement), my husband not only didn't, but refused to help me during recovery, and would not allow for me to hire any help around the house to make things easier on me. He was very abusive mentally and...
Maybem maybe not. Not much of an answer I realize. There are tort(personal injury) cases between spouses. I've done a couple. Really, what you need to do is speak with your attorney for referral to a personal injury attorney or just talk to one yourself. I believe your attorney is correct though, it would be an action outside the divorce. If I had a client in your situation, I'd refer to another attorney to review it. Can't answer your last question on filing charges with the exception of what is stated above.
Best to yoy,
Last March (2016), my divorce case had it's final hearing and I received the judges decision from the courts. My attorney also sent me a copy, and also said he'd need more money (which I am not paying since I already paid more than he told me) to...
Not 100% sure I understand. If the judge heard the case and you received the final decision, I'd say you are. Check the court website and look for your case and if it's closed and then call the Clerk's to check to make sure. It sounds as though you are. You had though that no final papers were signed so I can't answer further. Call the court. As far as fees, that's between you and your attorney.See question
My husband wants a divorce but I don't... We have kids also
Not sure what you're question is. If you're husband files for divorce, you have to be personally served or by certified mail. As far as a court date, although it doesn't like you're at that point, yes, notice is required. Get an attorney if you are served divorce papers.See question