Does re-marriage name change, affect a monthly pension from previous 26 year marriage? Most of the marriage was in AK. Currently located in NV.
I assume your Decree was entered in Nevada. I further assume that the pension payments are part of the property division provisions of your divorce. With these assumptions, your name change/ re marriage should not impact your continued entitlement to receive payments from your Ex's pension. You should contact the account administrator of the pension, just to make them aware of the name change such that there is no possible problem with receiving or cashing the payments. Hope this helps!See question
i have had my grand daughter since she was 1 1/2 off and on and permanently since 2007. my daughter was not able to care for her so she lived with me. in 2007 she went to court and got child support but it is paid to me because i am custodial pare...
Dad certainly has the ability to challenge the necessity of an ongoing guardianship but he would have a number of burdens as the prior answer outlines. Dad must show fitness/suitability under NRS 159.061 (assuming it is a Nevada Guardianship) and address the factors/burdens based on the facts surrounding the issuance of the guardianship under the Hudson case. I suggest you consult with an experienced guardianship attorney to most fully explore your rights, obligations and strategy in the matter. Hope this helps and good luck!See question
My divorce was finalized in Reno, NV on 08/03/16. Both parties represented ourselves. I was granted full physical custody of our 11 yr daughter and then returned home to Southern, CA. On 09/08/16, my ex husband retained an attorney and filed a "M...
You should absolutely participate/respond. If you do not you risk the possibility that the Decree terms will be substantially modified or even set aside. A set aside means that you have to start all over again as if the prior Decree never entered. I strongly suggest you contact an attorney to discuss your options sooner rather than later. Good luck!See question
So my boyfriend and I got into a big ff Ight while I was pregnant and he ended up leaving bruises on me. I called the cops because I wanted him out of my house. It was a big mistake. Now they won't let me drop the charges and his lawyer said if I...
Only the district or city attorney has the authority to "drop" a criminal charge and if they believe that a criminal act has occurred, they are able to pursue the matter regardless of your desires one way or the other. I agree that you should consult with an experienced attorney to discuss your rights and obligations regarding the subpoena.See question
I just got granted the temporary motion which includes sole custody, physical custody, $100per month per kid, and to decide on visitation. My ex is abusive, presumed abusive, has a warrant for domestic battery, found guilty, and put me in the hosp...
I agree that you should consult with an experienced custody attorney and bring the most recent order so that you complete rights and obligation under the order can be fully discussed.See question
Money was transferred from parents estate to buy a rental property and separate accounts for stocks and bonds.
I agree with Mr. Pickard and agree that you should seek a consultation with an experienced divorce attorney so that you can explore in the necessary detail the situation of the assets and other factually specific aspects to the matter which would impact the answer. Hope this helps and good luck!See question
My family court Judge has been named as a,witness in a civil action brought against me by my ex. Should she recuse herself? She is aware of the case. Thank you.
On the face of your question, it appears that there may be a conflict of interest here but without more facts it is difficult to say with certainty. I suggest you discuss the matter with your attorney or if you do not have one, consult with an experienced litigation attorney to discuss the details and get specific direction on the issue.See question
My husband purchased our house 1 year prior to me moving in. We've been together 4 years total but married only 2 years. I've paid half the mortgage for the 4 years. Will I be able to receive any of the equity if we get divorced?
I agree with Ms. Whitbeck. The formula for quantifying a community interest in a item of separate property is complicated. As Result, I suggest you seek a consultation with an experienced divorce attorney on the issue.See question
I'm going to attend a deposition at Plaintiffs' attorney's office (defamation, defamation per se, intentional infliction of emotional distress etc.). One of the Plaintiffs threatened me before over trivial issues or matters, and he is an active...
I agree with the prior answers and reiterate that you should retain counsel to attend/defend you at the deposition. The law of discovery (which is what a deposition is) can be complicated and full of pit falls for the unwary. You must answer truthfully and to the best of your ability as you sit there and your answers are given under oath such that complete and honest answers are absolutely necessary in order to avoid any possible negative impact on your legal position. Hope this helps and good luck!See question
The opposition's lawyer, (family court) in my case, was told to submit the notice of entry of final order, by the judge. He did not do this within the 20 day time frame. I ended up doing it. Now I am waiting on the clerk of the court to review the...
There is no time limit. Your best best would be to call the judicial department and inquire as to the status of their review of that which you submitted. Remember they are very busy and field lots of calls from anxious folks so have that in mind when you call and be courteous and kind to maximize the chances that your matter is addressed as soon as the Court is able to do so. Good luck!See question