my ex-husband Miss three payments last year for alimony how do I go about getting the money from him my divorce attorney has not done anything to help
No you cannot take the ex-husband to small claim court, you need to go back to the family court to enforce the order.See question
I have been married for 2 years and I am going to buy a house. I'll have my wife sign a Postnuptial agreement, so in case of divorce she will only get $XXXX amount. How can I get a Postnuptial agreement for that purpose?
Post-nuptial agreements are usually harder to prepare as compared to pre-nuptial agreement because in post-nups you are entering into a contract with your spouse to whom you already owe a fiduciary duty. You need to seek and consult with a competent attorney to draft such an agreement; this is not a do-it-yourself project.See question
Spouse laid off 18 mos ago and has been home with kids. Marriage not going so well. I have picked up the slack and been paying all the bills. Every time I ask about returning to the workforce; I get major resistance and basically a hard "no" an...
It will have a major impact on the temporary support orders, but after a good vocational evaluation (to determine his/her earning capacity), this may have little to no impact on the final support ordersSee question
It says the judgment was entered, filed, stamped and signed by the judge was March 16, 2017 while the effective date of termination of marital status was April 18, 2017. Is it acceptable if I used March 16, 2017 as the date of termination of my m...
You should read the question carefully; if it says the date of termination of marriage, then you need to use the April 18th date , if it says the date of judgment of dissolution, then use the March 16th date.See question
does each party have to pay additional taxes on the money that has been settle in the divorce
No, any monies received pursuant to division of property by divorce agreement or judgment is exempt from taxes or further assessment (real properties).See question
So my husband and I have filed adjustment of status but because he wanted me to stay here and refused to go to Europe where I have a better life . But later on, he had to take on a tv shoot in Atlanta for couple of months ( not the first time ) wh...
Sounds like an immigration question to me and better addressed to immigration lawyers. If you are the "richer" spouse, you may want to consider what my other colleagues advised you about; a post-nuptial agreement to protect your assets.See question
My English ex took the kids on a vacation to England and then called to tell me she got an amazing job offer. I agreed she should take it and agreed to sign papers to allow the kids to get British passports so they can live and attend school there...
I am assuming the divorce happened here and I am assuming also that the kids have not been to England for more than six months. Under these two assumptions, you will want to file an RFO with the court here for the ex to return the children; you chance of success if it has been over six months is slim because England would be considered the new Home State of the children.See question
I just want divorce to get finalized I am trying to move forward with the process and not stall no more
It depends on the issues before the Court; if you are not sure just put one day trial.See question
Thanks for your advice I have already obtained a restraining order against her and she out of my property, now I`m filling for Nullity based on "Sound mind" she has been in special education classes and was not in the right mind, but my question`s...
You need to do what is called a Moore-Marsden to see how much interest the community acquired during the marriage, this is assuming the nullity does not work.See question
Me and my ex wife are both in the military my divorce was finalized recently though I wasn't given a final divorce decree. I had suspicions of my wife at the time having a affair while I was on a deployment, but I wasn't given any information on ...
Since California and most States in the union switched to no-fault divorce system, there is nothing that can be done. Reporting her to the CO or try to uncover the coverup may not be a good thing for her earning capacity, if she loses her job, she can come after you for support.
Short answer, get over it and move on and find a better loving partner.