Getting divorced due to cheating etc. have a child together but he never spends time with her at all!! And now I find out he’s with the girl still who has a daughter same age as ours and a 3 month old now which I think is his and he’s lying about it!! All of a sudden he wants the divorce papers to be signed ASAP n wants to make an appointment with a judge without my lawyer present n he will draw up an agreement between the two of us! I’m not stupid something is going on and he won’t admit the child is his but wants the papers signed for divorce now!! Something is fishy to me please help!!?? I’m not signing crap I just lost my house to a foreclosure because he went behind my back n re-modified the loan without telling me!! It’s a nightmare and I have 20 days to pack an entire house and try to find a place to live after 26 years!!
I'm sorry for the circumstances that you find yourself in now. While I don't see a specific question in your post, there are many issues raised. It would be wise of you to consult with an attorney privately to help you navigate your divorce.
This response does not constitute legal advice, and should not be relied on as such since each case is unique and based on specific facts. Additionally, this response does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney, properly retained, and experienced in the subject area and licensed to practice in the specific jurisdiction should be consulted for legal advice.
Your post indicates that you have an attorney. You should be discussing everything with her/him. She/he knows the facts and the procedures in your county and is therefore in a beter position to advise you.
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I agree with Attorney Blair. You indicate that you have a lawyer. You need to talk to your lawyer. Just so you know, you cannot "make an appointment" with a judge in Bucks County or any other county in Pennsylvania. Please talk to your attorney or if you are not satisfied with your attorney, look for another one. BTW, I hope you are getting child support for your daughter. Even if your ex does not see her, he needs to support her financially. Good luck to you!
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