We are a married couple here in southern California. We both have professional careers and jobs, but do not have any children, and neither do we plan on having any. We purchased a house last year as our primary residence. The house loan applicati...
The house is community property so each has an equal share in its equity. Decide who will buy the other's share to keep the house OR let the court issue an order to sell the house and the two of you split the equity.See question
Is there something I can do after my husband went court and got divorce on me without tell me he knows I'm homeless he put me out on street now that he got his papers now he wants divorce me he took everything from me he from Mexico
The best advice I can give you is to find a family law attorney to help you. Just because he filed doesn't mean that he got a divorce.See question
He now wants to get divorce now tat he got his us paper can he do that he use me to get his paper and now I'm homeless
Yes he could but he still might be ordered to pay you spousal support. You need a family law attorney to help you.See question
Ex-spouse lives out of state. She filed a hearing concerning a QDRO on my 401k account. The hearing is in California (where the divorce originated). Since she is the Plaintiff, is she required to personally show up at this hearing or can she pa...
She could make an appearance via court call.See question
There are two beneficiaries, the executor is a master manipulator who allowed an invalid known grant deed to be allowed in the probate court, there is a will that was forged but the judge ruled it valid over the the older will, the other beneficia...
You allege the deed was invalid but there is no finding by the probate court that it was. At least that is what seems to be case in your facts above. Hire a probate attorney to represent your interests.See question
Dad left the family home in his estate to establish a charity in his deceased mothers name. I would like to purchase it at below market value. Is this possible?
Only if the heirs agree to this or the beneficiaries agree to this. If the matter is in probate court you will probably need probate court approval to buy it but within the proper procedures.See question
My attorney has put the lives of my children in danger stating "what if the judge throws the book at him and incarcerates him, then he wont be able to pay you child support". I do not feel he has me or my children's best interest in mind and I do...
Tell him/her that they are no longer needed and preferably do it in writing. If you hire a new attorney, that new attorney can notify the former attorney and a Substitution of Attorney will be executed and filed. Or if you don't hire new attorney (bad idea) then you can file a Substitution of Attorney yourself but your old attorney must also sign it. PS. They can't refuse to do this even if you owe them a balance for services.See question
My sister-in-law had a house in Los Angeles and willed it to my brother before she died in '94. My brother was named executor and her friend (who's still alive) was the alternate executor. My brother never probated the will. My brother will...
Yes it would appear you will need to probate both of them. You are allowed to do so. Why appoint a special administrator? No need. Best to hire a probate attorney to take care of the details and to get it done faster then if you do it yourself.See question
Hi, my situation is as follows: I am an O-1 holder currently based in California and I left behind a girlfriend in Europe when I settled over to the US. Since we have known each other for about half a year, I considered the relationship not mat...
If you are living here and you file for divorce, US marriage laws would apply if she receives service and does not contest the divorce based upon jurisdiction. If the US is her current residence, then you would have arguable the right to serve her and request that your state acquire jurisdiction. Federal law will not over rule any mutual agreement (hopefully in the form of a valid prenuptial) under state law.See question
Our marriage has up and down. To best protect my mom's interests, i would like to know what is the best way to ensure her rights,
A contract or promissory note should protect interests but also understand that the debt would probably be a community property debt.See question