My parents are divorcing and my dad bought me a car in 2014, but its still in his name (title, insured to him, registered to him). However, for the past 2 years I have been making monthly payments of $396.42 to the lien holder, CarMax and now owe ...
Usually, the parties will agree to exclude your car from their property division. You should confirm this with your parents.See question
My soon to be ex is saying that the maintenance he agreed to is too high and wants we to agree to less. I took the maintenance in lieu of his retirement. Can I change the divorce from no contest to contested?
Yes, you can let the court know that the agreement is no longer in effect. You posted a different question about your case on AVVO to which I responded with more detail.See question
My ex and I filed our divorce paperwork a couple of weeks ago but have not heard back from the court and he agreed to start paying maintenance on May 15. The documents said $445 every 2 weeks. He agreed to pay for 5 years in lieu of my taking any ...
The court will have to make a finding that the Separation Agreement is fair and not unconscionable in order to approve it. The court can do that even if a party wants out of the agreement. However, the court may decide not to approve the agreement since he does not want it anymore. Also, you may want to reconsider your position. You may be able to get maintenance and a share f his retirement. you should retain an attorney to assist you.See question
So me and my fiancé went to go get a copy of his divorce records about a week ago to find out the country of El Salvador never filed them meaning he's been married all this time and he hasn't been aware of it; The filing date should've been 2013 b...
If your fiance is sure that the El Salvator divorce did not go through, he should file for divorce and custody here. Colorado will have jurisdiction over custody matters if the child has lived in this state for at least the past 182 days. If he does know where his ex is, he may be able to serve her by publication. He should retain an attorney to help him with this.See question
I entered into a mutual no contact order last year with my now ex wife. The stipulation starts off with "Mutual No Contact In Divorce". Since we have both the arbitration award and decree of dissolution of marriage, does this mean that the mutua...
This depends on the exact terms of the Stipulation and the Order which was entered by the Court. You should retain an attorney to review this and advise you. You should assume the Order is still in effect until you receive assurance that it is no longer binding.See question
Initially got physically abused then mentally. Always tried to work out this marriage, for our son. Husband never could love me. Now we want divorce. He never said that he wants a divorce but create situations for sure that this marriage will not ...
Assuming you have lived in colorado for at least 91 days, you can file for divorce here. Colorado has jurisdiction over child custody matters if your son has lived her for at least 182 days. A divorce has a built in 91 day waiting period after filing before it can become final. You do not need to live separately before filing. The grounds for divorce is that there has been an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. The court can award maintenance (alimony-spousal support), child support and enter a property division of all marital property. You should retain an attorney to represent you in this process.See question
I want to refinance a home owned by my husband and I in Colorado. Do i need to be legally divorced or separated to do that?
In addition to the other answers re: both of needing to agree to this, most lenders will want the divorce to be final before re-financing the loan.See question
my ex-husband and I have been divorced for seven years. He now wants to sue me for more money because he feels he didn't get enough of the assets during the divorce. Is there a statue of limitation to reopen it?
Generally, there is a 5 year time period within to reopen a divorce on the basis that the other part failed to disclose assets. you should consult with an attorney to help you with this.See question
I have been going through a nasty divorce with my soon to be ex, and she wants me to give her a car that is not under my name and is not registered to me. She lives in CA and I live in CO, I have not made payments on the car or insurance. Is ther...
I do not see any way she can get the car. At a minimum, she would have to show that it is marital property (such as you made payments). Also, she would have to join the title owner of the car into the divorce so that the court can affect the owner's rights to the car.See question
It is "Cut and Dry" not my fault but I was hoping someone can review it before I submit it.
In my opinion, a free consultation usually offered by personal injury attorneys does not include review of a demand letter prepared by the client. However, many attorneys would do so on an hourly payment basis.See question