During their divorce, and property division, a friend was told by his wife's attorney that because they were married 30 years he had to pay spousal support for 7 years. They wanted $780. But settled for $350. Being a no fault divorce state, is th...
There are both objective and subjective factors in determining an award of alimony. The objective factors are age, education, length of marriage and income of the parties. The longer someone is married, the greater the income differential the more likely alimony should be awarded. The subjective factors consider the prior standard of living, past relations and conduct of the parties as well.
In my divorce the papers state in Federal Income Tax Exemptions 2 that I would claim my oldest and my ex could claim my youngest. I was told this is referring to “claiming as a dependent” That I can not legally file trace for a dependent however I...
There are laws under the Internal Revenue Code and laws in the divorce. Under the IRC, see form 8332. Under State law, the Judgment of Divorce controls. I have attached a few links to help clear things up.
HOME PAID OFF WITH DISABILITY SETTLEMENT FUNDS AGREED BY HER DURING MY SURGICAL RECOVERY, THEN AFFAIR STARTED,,NO YOUNG CHILDREN.Disabled and cared for by daughter living with me .WIFE DOES NOT HAVE INCOME AND DEPENDS ON THE MAN SHE MOVED IN WITH ...
Fault can play a role in a divorce, but typically the fault must be more than an "affair". I haveSee question
Non custodial parents birthday is before custodial which makes non custodial insurance primary, but they do not carry dental-is that legal?
Under the Michigan Child Support Formula Manual there is a provision for Health Insurance Premium (HIP) so, health insurance is part of a support amount. If dental insurance is purchased, the cost may be included in the insurance portion of the child support.
my wife and I purchased a timeshare during our marriage. When we divorced, the timeshare remained in both our names. Now I would like to sell and receive my portion of the timeshare. Do I require her permission to receive it if she prefers to mai...
You are likely limited by the restrictions in the timeshare agreement. If you and your spouse are on a deed, you may be able to sue him to partition the property.
I received my final copy of divorce from my lawyer and it was not the agreement that was made in Court months earlier. I made the corrections and took the signed copy to my lawyers office. She stated she could not hand this mess over to the Judge....
If the mistake is a mutual mistake, ask your you can file an amended judgment of divorce. If the mistake was your lawyers, you must file a motion. In either case, talk to your lawyer.
We filed jointly up to 2009, but he moved out of state, I also moved, but have not had income until now.
Please speak to an accountant regarding this question. Notwithstanding, my subject belief is you can file married filing separate, but not single until you are divorced. You may also visit the IRS website at IRS.gov for more information.
Foreclosure on the family home is forcing me to move. I want to move 45 minutes away. I have the kids on Thursday nights and have a home which is 13 minutes away from the school that I can stay at on thursdays. My ex says the move does not provid...
The 100 mile rule is measured in radial miles (as the crow flies) and not in driving miles. If you are within 100 radial miles you can move without seeking the court's permission.See question
ex-wife dropped 17 yr old off with me and abruptly moved to Arizona with her boyfriend. viewing the BF's FB page i was able to get their address in AZ. i went to court last week and got a signed order giving me custody of my son & an order for h...
First, it is important to understand that it may be difficult to collect from your ex-wife if she has not assets or income. Notwithstanding, since a support order is in effect, you can seek enforcement via the threat of jail (felony non-support), interception of her tax refund, and a show cause. The Michigan order is enforceable in all fifty States.
We are looking into our daughter staying home alone for 30 min between getting off of the bus and us coming home from work. We want to know if there are any age restrictions or if we feel our child is ready and responsible enough to stay home than...
Not in Michigan as it depends on the child's maturity level.See question