Not likely. * Wisconsin is a community property state. Therefore a spouse is entitled to an equal share of property, income and assets regardless if said spouse was employed during the marriage or how long the marriage lasted.
File a divorce petition in the approprite state court in the city or county of residence. If the person cannot afford an attorney they should contact Wisconsin Legal Aid for assistance. Contact information can be found at the Wisconsin Bar Association website, http://www.wisbar.org
It depends entirely on the laws of your state.
You are still married. ANSWER: Yes you are, and the only way you can be divorce from him is when you or him file for a divorce..
Get a lawyer.
You can only sell the property if he abandoned the property. And you may be required to send written notification to his last known address. But if he's simply left his things at your residence and doesn't seem to want them, you can considered them abandoned and sell them. Check with your local clerk of the court at the courthouse. * Wisconsin is a community property state therefore it would need to be determined exactly what constitutes personal property and that is an issue for the court. If a divorce is pending or either party is preparing to file a petition then no property of any sort should be sold, transferred, given away or otherwise until a property settlement is made.
Your niece's husband is your nephew (by marriage). If you are male, you are his uncle (by marriage).
No, your husband is responsible for his half. You can pay it for him but he should look for a job.
You are related to your husband by marriage. He is your spouse.
arranged marriage is when your parents arrange your wife/husband. And sometimes they may even have a dowry this is when the brides father pays the husband to be the husband .
Can a husband and wife get divorce without marriage certificate around them
Yes. You are related to your husband by marriage. He is your spouse.
If she is still married to her 1st husband then her second marriage to you is illegal and you are NOT married.
An "uncle by marriage" would be your spouse's Aunt's husband.
Husband and wife relationship is called a marriage.
Your cousin's husband is simply 'your cousin's husband' and he is only related by marriage and not your cousin.
Wisconsin is a community property state. That means whatever individual property you bring to the marriage, or acquire by an individual gift or inheritance, remains your individual property.
she will come and suck the of husband
If the couple is married, they are jointly responsible for their living expenses. If she married him for the money rather than love, she may decide that this is a deal breaker and divorce him. If she married him for the right reasons, she may be angry, but she will live with her new situation and do what she has to do to get by, just as she would if her husband suddenly became unemployed.
She talks to her husband.
I assume that when you say "husband" you're basically asking who is the "man" of the relationship. However, in a lesbian marriage both people are women, so there isn't a husband or man at all.
go on a honeymoon with your husband/wife
if your husband has money