The ex-wife changed my daughter's schooling with out my consent. But the parenting plan states that this is to be a "joint decision" . I am wondering since she violated this if any part of the divorce decree actually holds water or is valid
Her violation of the parenting plan does not invalidate the rest of the decree. It is still in effect and must be obeyed.See question
My spouse and I are divorcing. I want to know if we come up with an agreement between the two of us, for example, if he were to give me his half of the house and then I did not request or seek other assets or maintainence, can we avoid doing the p...
You do need to fill out the SFS and make the other financial disclosures. The court needs to make a finding that your agreement is fair to each party. You probably do not need to hire a forensic accountant, unless needed, such as for a business evaluation. I do not know why you would need a probate lawyer, except, maybe to analyze / value a trust interest.See question
In addition he was required to provide our 2 children medical insurance,he no longer provides,I had to insure via Medicaid. The other violations; My ex-husband was required to pay me the a portion of our martial home in addition to 1/2 of his 401k...
The decree is not enforceable as a contract. So, it is not void due to his non-performance. The decree is enforceable as a court order. You may request entry of judgment against him for any money he has not paid. You can also ask he be held in contempt of court. That may result in a fine or jail until he complies. You should retain an attorney to help you with this.See question
2 years ago I was involved in a car accident where I was rear-ended. I refused to go to the hospital because at the time I was feeling okay. About a month later, I suffered an extreme pain in my abdomen. Since then, a hernia developed and I hav...
What does your doctor say? You will need a doctor to say that the condition is caused by the accident. Also, toy should retain an attorney .See question
I am filing for divorce and wanted to list my home for sale. My husbands states that we cannot do that until the divorce is finalized.
Once the divorce is filed and served on him, there is an automatic injunction prohibiting the disposing or transferring any marital assets with written consent of the other party or an order of the court. This may apply to "your house" if it is was acquired during the marriage or is titled jointly. You should consult with an attorney to make sure you do it right.See question
I left the house in december 2015. I submitted the divorce in april. In april he also put the land under his dads name. I can I still get anything?
You can ask the court to disregard the transfer and treat the property as if it is still his. This is especially true if the transfer occurred after he was served with the divorce papers. You may need to add his father to the case so the court has jurisdiction over him. This is complicated and you should have an attorney to do this.See question
I WANT HELP IN OBTAINING DIVORCE PAPERS FROM A SPOUSE THAT I HAVE NOT SEEN OR HEARD FROM IN 9 YEARS . I DON'T KNOW THEIR LOCATION AND DO NOT WANT TO . THEY ARE DIAGNOSED AS MANIC DEPRESSION AND SCHISOPHERNIC. THEY COLLECT AN SSI DISABILITY AND...
You are required to use your best efforts to locate and serve them with the divorce papers. There is a procedure to serve them by publication in a newspaper if the court is satisfied that you have tried to locate them without success. Your attorney can give you more information about this.See question
We've been married for 3 short years. I incurred student loans before marriage to get an engineering degree ($23,000). This degree has resulted in some very obvious monetary gains and benefits to the entire household. Due to increased earning capa...
Pre-marital student loans are not marital debt. So, she has no responsibility for paying them. The monthly cost of paying them is an economic circumstance which may influence other financial issues, such as maintenance. However, the primary determiner of maintenance is the respective income of the parties and the length of marriage. The student loans probably have little if any impact.See question
My wife and i are getting divorced and have been working through the child support and alimony finances. So far, we have been very amicable and are working well together to come up with numbers that are agreeable to both of us. One sticking poin...
No, you are not responsible for 100% of the child care costs. Child care costs are included on the child support worksheet. They end up getting paid proportionally to the respective incomes of the parties.See question
I'm separated from my husband. He wants to take a loan out against our house. Can he get a loan if both our names are on the deed and i don't co-sign
Any bank or credit union will require both signatures. It is conceivable that a private lender might make a loan with just his signature. In that case only his interest in the property would be encumbered. That is not likely to happen. As a practical matter, he can not do this w/o your consent.See question