Only if awarded them in the divorce
The remaining parent should consult with an attorney or an advocate at the family court immediately and file a petition for divorce and child supportThe remaining parent should consult with an attorney or an advocate at the family court immediately and file a petition for divorce and child supportThe remaining parent should consult with an attorney or an advocate at the family court immediately and file a petition for divorce and child supportThe remaining parent should consult with an attorney or an advocate at the family court immediately and file a petition for divorce and child support
Marriage: A responsibility/goal/objective. Divorce: Tragic, regrettable, to be avoided if possible, but sometimes the only way.
Why not. They are the ones filing. Even though it might not be their fault. It takes a big person to accept responsibility.
No, your wife can only delay the divorce until arrangements are made for the care of the child which would the other man's responsibility. Your lawyer could push the divorce through.
It depends on the terms of the divorce. That said, any new debt accrued by someone after the divorce will not be the responsibility of their ex partner
You cannot relinquish responsibility of a minor unless ordered by a court through divorce proceedings. You may not want anything to do with them, but they're still your responsibility.
The judge handling the divorce proceedings would rule on what portion of the 13 payments would be the responsibility of each party.
Illinois laws show no statute of limitations on collections form a divorce. The rules are different when agreements of child custody are involved.
The debt should have been divided appropriately in the divorce decree. If not, the fact that you are divorced and not on the card should insulate them from responsibility.
Yes there is, divorce does not change any obligations from form I-864, as it says on the form: "Note that divorce does not terminate your obligations under this Form I-864."
Whose responsibility is it to transport children of separation/divorce to the noncustodial parents visitations?
no, the people who divorce each other are the cause of their own divorce. if a parent or both parents want to blame their children or in some cases child for the divorce than they are not taking responsibility for their own actions. divorce is the result of a failed or disappointing marriage. marriages can sometimes be abusive or lacking in mutual affection or desire. therefore, the result at best is divorce and at worst prolonged hardship endured by both partners and the children.
In some states, the court will allow a divorce case to be bifurcated or split into two parts. Generally, if a case is bifurcated, the first issue resolved is marital status. The court grants the couple a divorce - making them each legally single again - but reserves all remaining issues for trial at a later date. The remaining issues could include matters such as property distribution, child custody, child support, alimony or business valuation.
Yes, the child is still the parents child. To determine if there is a legal responsibility you must review any child support order, divorce decree and state laws.
Due to the large number of divorces every year, the job outlook for a divorce lawyer continues to be a positive one. Divorce lawyers are greatly needed for couples who might not have ended in good terms, and therefore need the aid of a professional to help end any remaining conflict.
You can request Emancipation in many states, that will relieve your parents of any responsibility and control for you. But not all states have laws that allow it to be done.
he would carry no responsibility for the child, even after a divorce.
It was announced on 17 September 2009 that Lavigne and Whibley had split up and that divorce papers would soon follow. On 9 October 2009, Lavigne filed for divorce, releasing the statement, "I am grateful for our time together, and I am grateful and blessed for our remaining friendship." The divorce was finalized on 16 November 2010, officially ending the marriage.
You MUST address this issue in the negotiations for the Separation Agreement. It MUST be decided at the time of the divorce. The ownership of the property and the responsibility for payment of the mortgage must be arranged as part of the divorce proceeding. Your brief question doesn't provide much detail. Your divorce attorney should be provided with all the details and the matter should be addressed by the parties and the bank.
this is more information on my question. i was divorced 2 years ago and i kept my exhusbands last name after the divorce. i am about to give birth to a baby that the father is not in the picture. i want to give my newborn the name i kept in the divorce. can my exhusband stop me from doing this? if it matters im in Georgia If you currently still have your married name, you can give your child this name, regardless of who the father is. Your former spouse does not own the surname and does not have any standing to object to anything with the new baby if it is not his.
There is no statute of limitations for obtaining a divorce or for a divorce decree.There is no statute of limitations for obtaining a divorce or for a divorce decree.There is no statute of limitations for obtaining a divorce or for a divorce decree.There is no statute of limitations for obtaining a divorce or for a divorce decree.
you lost your husband and a car too! They don't have to give you any notice. The divorce settlement should have included you being taken off the title with no financial responsibility whatsoever for the car.
Yes. That person should inform the court of their status and child support obligations may be temporarily reduced.
The noun divorce is a singular, common, abstract noun, a word for a procedure."To get a divorce you go to divorce court and divorce each other."The first divorce is a nounThe second divorce is an adjectiveThe third divorce is a verb