Can one keep a wife and mother-in-law as dependents when considering a divorce if one is the sole provider for both medical and housing?
If your not divorced or separated and are just considering (thinking about it) divorce, than it should not be a problem. I would suggest calling the IRS and ask them this question. You don't have to give them your name. If your not comfortable calling the IRS than call one of your local tax preparers like H&R Block and ask.
Often the divorce settlement will include specifics about who may claim whom as dependents, if both parties agree. Generally, in order to claim someone as a dependent you must provide more than 50% of their total support. Thus, if you paid $20,000 to support your wife, you could claim her if her income was $10,000, but not if she made $40,000.
You claim Single filing status with no dependents if you meet certain conditions. One, you've never been married, and you don't have any dependents. Two, you're legally separated under a decree of divorce or separate maintenance, and you don't have any dependents. Three, you're widowed, you haven't remarried, and you have no dependents.
Divorce is a very messy business. Different people react very differently to learning that their partner wants a divorce. There are a number of reasons why someone in this situation would want to get an attorney. These divorce attorneys help to protect them legally as they go through this process. Keep this in mind if you are considering divorce or if you think that your partner may want to get a divorce of some kind.
Is no fault divorce fair to a father of four who has been the sole provider for 12 years and has done nothing wrong?
Before you decide on divorce take time out for yourself (go on a weekend trip) and be sure this is what you want. If you are still considering divorce and if you own you have children (will have to come to a custody agreement); own your own home; vehicles or other properties you would be wise to see a divorce lawyer.
In the event that you're considering a divorce from your partner there are a variety of sources you can refer to for information. The UK government provides all the resources and information you need online to need to file a divorce, as well as giving a breakdown on the process of what can be a difficult process.
The process of divorce is today a fairly simple procedure. The first step in securing a divorce is, usually, to consult a lawyer who specialises in this section of the law. Grounds for divorce vary from country to country so without further information a definitive answer cannot be given. Alternatives to divorce are available. Some are arbitration, councilling, trial separation etc. These are less final solutions and are worth considering.
If you agreed to allow your ex husband to claim the children on his taxes in your separation agreement can you go back to court and change it?
You can return to court and petition for a modification of the divorce decree. It will be your responsibility to submit compelling evidence that there has been a substantial change in your circumstances and you should be allowed to claim the children as your dependents. You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your options. A custodial parent is permitted under federal law to claim the children as dependents.
Widowed, yes, but the divorce concept is against the teaching of the Catholic church. Unless the divorce was allowed by the church, you may have a hard time to get into being a priest. Of course, there maybe certain exceptions to this, such as a difficult marriage ect, but this divorce should have been removed by the Church first before you can considering becoming a priest.
Widowed, yes, but the divorce concept is against the teaching of the Catholic church. Unless the divorce was allowed by the church, you may have a hard time to get into being a nun. Of course, there maybe certain exceptions to this, such as a difficult marriage ect, but this divorce should have been removed by the Church first before you can considering becoming a nun.
Every relationship and every situation is different. When considering a divorce, one must be emotionally and financially prepared to begin the potentially lengthy and exhausting process of getting a divorce. Talk to those trusted friends and loved ones. Consider all those involved, including children. Speak with an attorney and begin to prepare all legal documents needed.
It depends. This is an issue that varies from state to state, so it depends on the relevant state's law. It also depends on when/how the home was purchased. If the wife purchased the home prior to the marriage, it may be considered pre-marital property, and therefore not subject to the divorce. If it was purchased with marital funds, it may be joint property, and may need to be divided in the divorce. If you…
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You have been dating your boyfriend since January His divorce was already in process and was finalized in March he and his wife are thinking of reconciliation but he wants you to wait what do you do?
* If you don't have respect for yourself then others won't. Considering he went through the trouble of divorce and now he and his ex wife are considering reconciliation that should tell you very bluntly that he is using you and has no respect for you when he wants to get on with his life, but expects you to wait until he decides if he wants to reconcile with his wife or be with you…
It has a BIG effect. If you want a divorce without children you can get it fast and easy. When there is children involved it takes the determination of custody, child support, visitation and parenting time. There is a lot more to go through when kids are involved plus how it will mentally effect the children.
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.
I assume that you are asking in the context of divorce, but regardless of why you are asking you are incorrect. Children are not assets or property, they are actually considered dependents, in that they depend on their parents or guardians for financial support and everything else. They are divided or assigned to the primary care or one person or the other as a means to provide consistent care and oversight after the parents separation.
If your husband and you are not divorced yet and he is in the army and you are pregnant with your fiance can you still get medical help from your husband's insurance without naming him as the father?
Tricare is the provider/administrator/formal name of the health care system for military personnal and their dependents. In theory, as long as the divorce is not final, the pregnant woman remains the soldier's spouse, and is entitled to benefits because of that status. Those medical benefits include maternity benefits. It is recommended that you contact Tricare for specific guidance on these facts. There are many telephone numbers for the Tricare program, divided in part by geographic…
Can your spouse cancel health insurance on you and his step children before the divorce is finalized?
I don't know about the legal ramifications but as a general rule, if an employee goes to his HR dept and asks to have his spouse and dependents removed from his health insurance policy they will do so without question. I don't think the employer has any obligation to require the employee prove they have the right to do so.
I have been married for 35 yrs My husband retired from the Navy but we were only married 8 and half yrs before retirement We are getting a divorce am I eligible to continue using Tricare insurance?
In general, your entitlement to dependent care ends when your decree is final. The Government views a Veteran's dependents as a form of legal obligation, as well as family. If there is no longer any legal obligation (for example, your kid turns 21, etc.) then the definition of dependent for legal purposes no longer applies. The entitlements are for the Veteran and his legal dependents - once you cease to be a dependent, you're no…
If you divorce and remarry the same person does that persons custodial rights get reinstated or does the divorce decree stand if you divorce again?
It is the court - not the wife (or husband) who grants the divorce. In most states, if one spouse files for a divorce, the court will grant the divorce (assuming there are no jurisdictional issues). She may not want a divorce, she may not agree to a divorce, but she cannot prevent you from obtaining a divorce.
When is a divorce finalized in the state of California from the time the first person served the other or when the other one contests it?
Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge. Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge. Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge. Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge.