Do both parties in a divorce have to show up in court?
No.... If the none attending spouse doesn't contest to the divorce. Also if one of the spouses does not show the spouse that shows is granted what they request in the divorce proceedings
How do you get a divorce with a letter from your spouse stating he wants the divorce but he won't show up for court?
The great part about an uncontested divorce (both parties agree) is that you can proceed with a divorce without a lawyer. You are able to represent yourself in court and save time and not to mention money. Your spouse won't need to show in court when using this company. If you file for the divorce, you will be the one finalizing it. Your spouse is served, he/she signs and you attend court to finalize the… Read More
Yes. Both parties do not need to consent to a divorce. With the advent of "no-fault" divorce laws in the 70's and 80's, most states only require that one party show that the marriage is "irretrievably broken" or something similar. A court would very rarely refuse to grant a divorce if one party wants one, even if the other party feels that they can work it out. However, he must serve you with proper notice… Read More
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If both parties agree to dismiss there cases in small claims court will the judgment still show up on your credit report?
No. A judgment of dismissal would be entered. Read More
if you are summoned to court as a witness and you don't show up you can be charged with obstructing justice. Read More
You can, but it is likely that you will be arrested when you appear. Read More
In Alabama if the judge sign the divorce papers and one party does not show up in court will the divorce still go through?
Yes. Read More
The executor of an estate is being sued and deposed by one beneficiary should the other beeneficiaries be present at the deposition?
Both parties of a court case must arrive at court. Other people who may be involved by association only have to show up if they are witnesses in the court case. Read More
In most cases, yes. In some cases, if the divorce is uncontested, and the petitioner can show indigence (inability to pay costs), then the court may waive fees. Inability to pay can only be approved by the court. Read More
What if you don't show up for court hearing for child support because you were not served notice of the hearing?
You need to visit the court immediately and explain your situation. That is a common excuse used by parties who didn't show up or missed the hearing. Until you straighten it out with the court any court orders that were issued are in effect and must be obeyed. You need to visit the court immediately and explain your situation. That is a common excuse used by parties who didn't show up or missed the hearing… Read More
It will be up to the judge as to what to do if both parties do not show up to court. They may request a different date or they could simply set the child support at whatever they feel is enough. Read More
People get married and divorced in different states so she has to know where the papers for the divorce were filed. Then she can go to the recordings office in the court house and see if papers have been filed. If she filed for divorce then she would have had to appear before a judge and have been issued a dissolution of marriage. If her ex filed he would have had to notify her of… Read More
You will have to show the court system that you have made every attempt to locate your spouse. Once you show them that you cannot locate them, they will allow a divorce to go through and most likely, you will be awarded anything you want. Read More
If you mean after the expiration of the court order? Not unless it is by mutual agreement of both parties which then constitutes a private contract. If there is some necessity to extend it, you could return to court and file a motion to have the court order extended, but you would have to show good cause to the court as to why your petition should be granted. Read More
Your question doesn't completely make sense. If you've filed an action and have an upcoming court date, the court will normally notify both parties of the date. If you believe that the other party has not been given notice, check with the clerk of the court about getting the party notified. Read More
If you're referring to the US Supreme Court, it grants a writ of certiorari, which is a court order issued to the lower court to send case records for review. Certiorari is Latin for "to inform" (or show or apprise). A writ of certiorari is a communication from an appellate court to a lower court, not to the parties in a case. If the justices grant a party's petition, the Clerk of Court notifies the… Read More
You were married in Paraguay South America can you divorce in Paraguay and then bring the divorce documents here to take this to court to show that the divorce is final or do you have to get divorce i?
Your divorce in another country is legal in this country. Just make sure all documents are translated to the English langauge and are accompanied by a translators certificate of translation. Read More
If you get a lawyer, he will explain that you can get a divorce from anybody and that they do not have to be present at the court hearing. A summons will be sent to him and if not found in a certain amount of time you can run an ad in a local paper for so many days or weeks. Once the court date comes around and the person does not show up in… Read More
If you are talking about being signed by the spouses, then no. Before a divorce is final it has to be approved by a judge. The judge actually grants the divorce, your signatures only show that you both agree to the divorce. Read More
First she should have strong reasons that cause marriage continuity as well as mutual respect and devotion are impossible. If so, then she can either ask her husband for divorce or she ask the court that she wants to practice her right for divorce and show her strong reasons for divorce request. Read More
Can cogent be used as an adjective for conversation to show that both parties understood what the other was saying?
a "cogent conversation " would imply that both parties agreed that is was, as the definition of cogent states, persuasive and convincing to the intellect and reason Read More
It's not a lawsuit needed as much as filing a motion to compel or show cause at the court where you got the divorce. See an attorney for filing details. Read More
How can you make the dad pay child support if there is no way to prove income that is paid in cash only?
Both spouses must list their incomes and from what sources those incomes are derived from during the divorce proceedings. One would suspect that both parties also file an annual Income Tax report - that will surely show the income. Read More
Although that can make an already difficult process more difficult, you can still get a divorce. Courts simply are not going to keep you in a "contract" that you want to get out of. You need to show the court that you used due dilligence to serve the other party and that their refusal to sign the papers is no fault of your own. After the court is satisfied with this showing, you can proceed… Read More
When a Spouse Does Not Sign Divorce Papers When a spouse refuses to sign divorce papers, the spouse seeking a divorce will need to obtain what is called a contested divorce. To file a contested divorce, the party who wishes to obtain the divorce must file a petition in the family court in their jurisdiction. Only the spouse who is filing for the divorce must sign, however, the spouse requesting the divorce usually must serve… Read More
Look in your divorce file for a copy of your marriage certificate. If that's not possible then request a copy of your marriage certificate from the town clerk where you were married. It will show the date of your marriage. Obtain a copy of your divorce decree from the court where you were divorced. Then, do the math yourself from the dates shown on those documents. Look in your divorce file for a copy of… Read More
Each party is paid a fee for appearing on the show. The judgments are paid by the show. These "court" shows are chosen from small claims court proceedings. The max amount you can win is the small claims court limit in the jurisdiction where the parties reside. When you appear on the show, you are agree to remove your case from your local court and submit your case to the ruling of the celebrity "judge"… Read More
No, both parties must be 18 or older and show proof of age. Read More
A copy of the divorce information should be on file in the County Clerks office at the County Court House. Ask a clerk for help and they will show you where the informaton is at and how to look it up. Read More
It depends on what the hearing is for, but typically if a pro se plaintiff does not show up for a trial date and does not give any notice, the case will be dismissed. Read More
If a couple purchased a asset a boat before they got marriage and it is titled in both names what are the rights of each party when they are getting a divorce?
If they can show bank papers for the draft paid , so both have say equall contributed to the purchase of the boat, it should then show in the divorce papers as owned fifty percent each for the boat. Read More
Can you say you were never married if you want to remarry or do you have to show the divorce papers?
No this is wrong you can be guilty of perjury if you do it in court. And you could also be guilty of bigamy if you do get married. Read More
When this happens, you will have the opportunity to contest the default judgment against you if you can show the court good cause for why you were not present the day of the hearing. This is because the court sees some unfairness towards the spouse who, for one reason or another, was unable to appear at the divorce trial, who now wants to contest it. Because of this, most states have a procedure through which… Read More
If you get a cosigner when purchasing a car will it show up in your credit report or the cosigner's credit report?
It will appear on the CR of both parties. Read More
If a person files for divorce in North Carolina and cannot serve the other spouse with the divorce papers what would be the status of the divorce?
You would have to file a Missing Spouse Divorce. This is usually when a service by publication is in order. If after a certain amount of time (based on the state) the spouse does not respond then you are able to go to the court and show that you have tried to find your spouse with no luck. Read More
Lynn Toler has: Played herself in "Entertainment Tonight" in 1981. Played herself in "Divorce Court" in 1999. Played herself in "The Early Show" in 1999. Played Judge in "Divorce Court" in 1999. Played Herself (judge) in "Divorce Court" in 1999. Performed in "Power of Attorney" in 2000. Played herself in "The Tyra Banks Show" in 2005. Played Herself (Judge) in "Infanity" in 2005. Played herself in "Decision House" in 2007. Played herself in "The Wendy… Read More
A certified copy would show an official stamp by the court. That makes it different from a simple photocopy. A certified copy would show an official stamp by the court. That makes it different from a simple photocopy. A certified copy would show an official stamp by the court. That makes it different from a simple photocopy. A certified copy would show an official stamp by the court. That makes it different from a simple… Read More
YES...IT IS A STATE LAW THAT EVERY DRIVER HAS CAR INS...THERE ARE MANY FINE DETAILS THAT WILL FOLLOW IF ONE DOESN'T BUT YES BOTH PARTIES DO HAVE TO SHOW PROOF OF INS. Read More
You get paid 200 dollars for being on the show. Both parties do. A car will also pick you up from your house and take you back after the show if you live within a certain area. You get to stay in a fancy hotel for free with all food included. At the end when they reach a judgment neither party pays anything. The court pays for everything. I have been on the show before. Read More
You can appeal but you would have to show the lower court erred in a ruling of law or your spouse committed fraud during the process. Generally once you agree to a divorce those items are etched in stone. Read More
If there is a restraining order filed and both parties don't show up for court what will happen to the order?
Several possibilities: The court, and/or the advocate's office, may attempt to contact the petitioner to determine if they were coerced into not attending the hearing or were kept away forcibly, and/or determine if they still wished the order. ANS#2: If the Complainant/Plaintiff or his Council do not appear before the Court on the date fixed then the Court builds up an impression that the Read More
If the case has been filed with the Office of the Attorney General, this agency will pay for the tests. If the tests show that the man is the biological father of the child, the court may order him to repay the cost of the tests. Costs will vary depending on which types of procedures are performed and where the test is done. Prices can range from $400.00 to $2,000.00. Read More
You have to petiton the court to be able to leave the state.It's really hard to get a family court judge to allow it unles the other parent agrees or you can show it would be a vast improvement in the childrens lives. Read More
Just show the documents to the court. Of course you might be subjected to charges for having lied on the second marriage license. Read More
Can a court uphold a divorce decree where the child support is to stop upon remarriage of the party receiving support?
If the divorce paperwork states that child support ends when or if the person receiving support remarries, then, yes, the support will end as the court has ordered. If you are the payer of the support, you shouldn't even have to go to court to get this enforced. Since it's already written in the divorce order, a simple call to child support services, or whoever handles child support in your state, should get it handled… Read More
On the Today Show 4/15/09, Hooda made a comment that they (herself and Kathy Lee) were both divorced. Did Hooda mean Kathy Lee's divorce from Johnson or Frank Gifford? Read More
It will probably never happen. Even tho Distribution case was supposedly cleared up in court. It seems that both Japanese parties that own macross and Harmony Gold still have disputes. Because of the potential court battles I know at one point sci fi channel had it but now you can't find any trace of the show on their forums. Read More
Generally, when one spouse seeks a divorce and the other spouse cannot be found, or refuses to appear in court, a "default divorce" can be obtained. In such a case, the trial for divorce is one-sided, and since there is nobody to contest the divorce, it is usually granted as a matter of course. If there was a reason for the failure to appear, an individual is usually given a certain amount of time (and… Read More
IF my husband is in a new york state prison and will not sign the divorce papers. can I still get a divorce?
yes yes that's easy all you have to do if file it in the paper show proof to the courts that this was published for the amount of time required in NEW YORK then petition the court for dissolution of marriage Read More