Can a body attachment be used in a divorce case that is final?
A writ of body attachment can be issued by the court directing the authorities to bring a person who has been found in civil contempt before the court. For example, it might be used in the case of an obligor not paying court ordered child support.
You need to consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your options. If that's not possible you should visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate.
It is the written order of the judge hearing the case that the divorce was granted under his authority and it is final. Read More
It simply means that the body of attachment that was issued for your arrest has been cancel and is no longer active Read More
You can get married as soon as your Divorce Proceeding is Final in California. There is no waiting period once your case is finalized. Read More
let it go! It's not worth it! Read More
An average divorce in Indiana can be final in 60 days. This is not always the case because sometimes there are issues that may not be resolved in that time period. Read More
Then you can file a case against your wife for cheating , and for bigamy as well. Read More
What happens if the platniff will not allowed the defendant to see the final divorce paper until court?
get a copy from the case file at court Read More
Judge will rule on the case as it is presented. Most likely granting the divorce as long as you have proven the facts in the bill of complaint. Read More
Proximal means closer to the origin of the body part or the point of attachment of a limb to the body trunk. Distal means farther from the origin of a body part or the point of attachment of a limb to the body trunk. In this case, because the thigh is closer to the body trunk than the knee, the knee is distal to the thigh. Read More
In a divorce case a requested entry of default was granted after it had been denied a couple of times. Does this mean the divorce is final?
No, Depending on the state, there still has to be a trial, showing your case as to why you want to be divorced. Default just means that the defendant hasn't responded to the summons, and has to have good reason to be part of the proceedings. Defaults are usually denied when you do not serve the other side correctly. Divorce is only final when you receive the signed decree of divorce from the court. Read More
No proofs or testimony shall be taken in any case for divorce until the expiration of 60 days from the time of filing the complaint for divorce. In every case where there are dependent minor children under the age of 18 years, no proofs or testimony shall be taken in such cases for divorce until the expiration of 6 months from the day the complaint for divorce is filed. -From 552.9f of the Michgan Revised… Read More
Means what ever decision he (judge) renders regarding the case has been made and decided a final stamp of his approval or disaproval is rendered on said document leaving the case (disposed)= act of terminating a judicial proceeding finished, completed, it is said to be "disposed." In laymens terms judge said this is what my decision is and that is final case closed no if's and's or buts. Read More
Texas law takes precedence in such a case and both parties are required to wait 6 months after the final divorce decree before they can remarry. Texas does have the legal option available for either party to request a waiver of the waiting period. Read More
In a divorce dismissal case it means that , your case was not strong enough , for the judge to grant a divorce. Read More
Is it legal for your husband to be living with the woman he had an affair. We are not legally separated although I have filed for divorce?
No by law it is not possible or legal to stay with a mistress , before the divorce is mase final. You could file saying he is unfaithful as well as ondesertion grounds. These all strengthen your divorce case. Read More
One can become a respondent in a divorce case when their partner files for a divorce. The one who files the divorce is the petitioner and the other partner is the respondent. Read More
Then it's not yet official. The opera ain't over until the fat lady sings ... or in this case, the divorce isn't final until the court Judge decrees such in a court of law. Read More
What happens after judge has given written opinion and filed it with the court in a divorce in Illinois?
What do you mean by the word "opinion?" If you mean the judges final judgment - it means that the judge has ruled in the case and his decision become final the moment he signed it. Read More
You must know the county in which the divorce was granted. On the county website (larger counties) there is usually a way to search records online. If, however, the county is small or does not allow this search, you may be able to call them directly for the needed information. Read More
The answer depends on the laws in your particular jurisdiction. In some states the pending divorce is not granted and the marriage is simply ended by death. In that case you would be the widow and the case moves to Probate court. In some states the Divorce court retains control over the marital assets and can divide assets and debts between the still living spouse and the decedent's estate. Read More
No but in the case of divorce it may be considered marital property. No but in the case of divorce it may be considered marital property. No but in the case of divorce it may be considered marital property. No but in the case of divorce it may be considered marital property. Read More
A divorce case is a law suit, where one spouse sues the other for divorce. If the case is dismissed, the divorce is not granted, and the parties continue to be married as they were prior to the divorce. Often, the parties will choose to reconcile and choose to dismiss their case. If the court dismissed it, it's probably because one or both parties were not properly complying with the court. Read More
What is the average amount of time for a divorce to take in the state of Georgia, if spouses have only a home, and a few other valuables (furniture, jewlery, lawn mover). Is there a case law where a judge has to take the case to trial by a certain time. Also, is there a time frame for discovery and deposition in the state of Georgia? Read More
That may be possible in some jurisdictions. You should visit the court that has jurisdiction over your case and inquire there. Read More
A motion for relief in a divorce case is usually filed when the case is pending to get an order while the case is taking place for custody or alimony payments. They are usually temporary measures. Read More
First, you need to file a petition for divorce, and then you are required to have a conversation with a divorce lawyer about your case. The divorce lawyer will explain your legal rights and available legal options to handle your divorce case in an effort to obtain positive results. During divorce, you may need to take various emotional or sensitive decisions regarding your children and your future. For that, you can get help from your… Read More
I believe that you mean "Nunc Pro tunc" which pertains to divorce papers that were improperly (or never) filed by either the court or a party of the divorce. (after the interlocutory judgment has been granted), the result being that the parties to the divorce were never actually divorced or rather that the divorce never became final. In a case such as this, if one of the parties actually got married after they percieved that… Read More
You are free to do as you like. However, as long as what you do does not conflict with the divorce case you should be fine. If the furniture you are looking to move is of question in a divorce case than you shouldn't move it. Read More
You do not need the actual divorce decree. The form required for obtaining a marriage license will either ask if you have ever been married, if that is the case you will need to supply the information of where and when the final divorce decree was issued. Persons filing an application for a marriage license are presumed to be under oath and must answer all questions truthfully or risk a perjury charge. Read More
Unlike the arson case, which was a criminal case, Aaron's divorce action was a civil case. Read More
A dismissal for want of persecution occurs in a divorce case when a plaintiff does not show up for a scheduled hearing. The motion is dismissed rather than assuming the plaintiff wanted to finalize the divorce. Read More
No. There would be a conflict of interest even if the divorce is amicable. In that case the parties should use a mediator. No. There would be a conflict of interest even if the divorce is amicable. In that case the parties should use a mediator. No. There would be a conflict of interest even if the divorce is amicable. In that case the parties should use a mediator. No. There would be a conflict… Read More
If you were married in NY and live in Arizona can you divorce in NY since NY divorce laws are more friendly in your case?
You must divorce in the jurisdiction where you reside. Read More
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It is considered a final judgment in the case and unless appealed becomes the law of the case. Read More
A deposition may occur in divorce cases. This includes questions from both attorneys on what happened in the marriage and the reason for the divorce. Read More
You will eventually be served with papers if this is the case. The divorce cannot happen without your involvement. Read More
No. You must respond to the divorce complaint. A motion is a formal request made to a judge for an order or judgment. A motion for temporary orders for a parenting plan can be filed in a divorce case but it doesn't replace the answer to the divorce complaint. Read More
You do have to appear for a video deposition in a Florida divorce case in general. Your attorney can appear for you or you can file a motion to change the date or time if it is not convenient. Read More
In a divorce case the word vacated can mean either of two things. It can refer to a judge cancelling an order or judgment. It can also mean to move out of a house. Read More
what do this mean? closed statistically in a divorce case Read More
It means the courts will keep case open on the records. Read More
Attachment , conjugation in case of f pili . Read More
Yes, you can retract a divorce filing. Your attorney can submit a form requesting the court to dismiss the case. Read More
You could file a case of bigamy claim, and follow ut with a divorce. Read More
Divorce is not a crime. There is not statute of limitations on divorce. A divorce case can be brought at any time against the other party of the marriage. Read More
Yes you can purchase property prior to your divorce, however, and this is where it gets tricky, your spouse if they have not been advised of this property can make a claim to it, unless you have a legal separation agreement and it has language that from the inception of the agreement you and the spouse shall not stake claim to any property from a specified date etc. Advice, wait for the divorce to be… Read More