Whether you agree or not is irrelevant. You cannot force your spouse to stay married to you because you don't want to pay child support. The court will schedule a hearing and will issue support and visitation orders. You should hire a good attorney who can advocate on your behalf. You cannot stop the divorce.
The fact that you both agree to the divorce will make this divorce a lot easier and possibly a bit faster. You can file an uncontested divorce.
The quickest way to get a divorce (which must be filed in the state in which you or your ex-spouse is a resident of) is to file all the divorce papers properly, agree on the terms of the divorce settlement, and work with the court. Every state has a waiting period between when a divorce is filed and when it is finalized but often the aspects of a divorce that make take the most time are those things that the spouses cannot agree on (typically this can be alimony, child custody, and child support). If there are no disputes then the divorce will move along quicker.
That falls under the category of tough luck. If the spouse can not afford to move, the other would have to agree to let them stay. If they do not agree, the other has to go.
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.
Divorce has financial implications as well as emotional implications. If both spouses were working before the divorce, each spouse will find himself with only half the income he is used to because the other spouse is no longer contributing to the family unit. In addition, spouses may have large legal bills as a result of the divorce and one spouse may have to pay alimony or child support to the other spouse.Avoiding Legal BillsThe best way to save money during your divorce is to get the divorce over with as quickly as possible. Many states offer "no-contest" divorces. In this type of divorce, you and your spouse agree to the terms of the divorce ahead of time and fill out paperwork to indicate that you both agree to the divorce and list its terms. No-contest divorces are the cheapest way to go because there is no court case; you just have to pay the filing fees for the paperwork. If you and your spouse can't agree on the terms, or if your state doesn't offer no-contest divorce for people in your situation, consider mediation. In mediation, a neutral third party, often assigned by the court, sits down with both you and your spouse. The mediator listens to both sides of the conflict and helps you come to an agreement. This is usually less costly than going through an entire divorce proceeding in the court.Alimony and Child SupportCourts calculate alimony by examining both spouses' income. Usually only the lower-paid spouse is entitled to alimony, as it would defeat the purpose of ordering it for both spouses to pay alimony to each other. Courts may assign alimony on a temporary or permanent basis. Some courts assign alimony for only a limited period of time to allow the lower-paid spouse to adjust his lifestyle to his new income level. Child support is always paid to the spouse who has primary custody of the children or, in joint custody arrangements, spends more nights taking care of the children. Courts use a state-determined formula to determine how much child support to order.What to DoYour best bet is to begin adjusting your lifestyle as soon as you or your spouse files for divorce. Assume you only have your own income rather than depending on your spouse for additional income, as you will be living on this reduced income after divorce. Save as much as you can to help you adjust to your post-divorce finances and to pay any legal bills or obligations that result from the divorce.
Yes. Either spouse can contest a divorce. A contested divorce is one in which both spouses cannot come to an agreement on all the issues relating to the divorce, or in which one spouse does not want to go through with the divorce. Common issues that spouses cannot agree on include child support and alimony, as well as property division. If these issues cannot be resolved and remain contested, the divorce will proceed to court. It should be noted that the court will not make you stay in a relationship you do not want to be on but your spouse has an equal opportunity to be heard in a court of law.
It sounds like you're receiving child support or alimony request during a contested divorce proceeding if I am correct. I guess it would depend on whether you agree to the request or to deny the request. I've heard that courts have much power in granting women and children these requests and it burden often fall on the man or husband. Each case is unique though.
An uncontested divorce is when both parties agree to getting a divorce. If one party doesn't agree, this would then become a contested divorce. You may need a lawyer to handle a contested divorce. If you are able to agree, you can do a divorce without a lawyer depending on your state laws.
Call a good divorce lawyer.
one of the parties of the divorce doesnt agree with what is going on and is wanting something else to happenI am sure you mean "Contested" divorce. A contested divorce can mean 2 different things.1. Contested divorce can describe a divorce where one party is arguing the other doesn't have grounds for divorce and attempts to prevent the divorce; therefore, the divorce, itself, is being contested.2. More commonly though, the term is used to describe the divorce process where both parties want the divorce but can't agree on issues like child custody, child and spousal support and equal distribution of the marital assets.
You cannot prevent a divorce in the US unless the parties agree to reconcile.
Say I want I divorce to their face and If they agree they probably already did
According to Jewish law, a woman can not file for divorce.
Both parties do not have to agree to divorce. Only one spouse is required to prepare a divorce petition and file the paperwork with the court. Each state establishes its own grounds for divorce. These grounds may include voluntary separation, adultery, abandonment, abuse or incarceration. As long as you can establish that your situation fits one of your state's grounds for divorce, a judge may dissolve the marriage even if your spouse does not agree.
2 weeks if both partys agree
Jesus did not agree with adultery or divorce either. So he did not support people having two wives.
They allow it but only as a last resort.
Yes signing it brings you in receipt and liable to agree with the terms of divorce or counter the terms of divorce to what fits your rights.
In the United States you cannot be forced to agree but the divorce can proceed without your consent. You cannot force a person to stay married when they want to dissolve the marriage.
A divorce can be a devastating event for many individuals. Suddenly a person's vision of the future, hopes and dreams come to a crashing halt and the soon to be divorced individual must scramble to find a CA divorce lawyer that will protect him or her through the process of the divorce.Filing PapersThe first step of the divorce process is to file papers and have them served on the other person. A California divorce lawyer will prepare the documents that specify the request for divorce and specific details regarding the case. If the client had the papers served on him, a divorce lawyer can help explain the outlined terms of divorce. A divorce lawyer can also prepare a formal separation agreement which can affect the person's legal rights and tax filing status.Contesting DivorceMany couples agree about the reason for their divorce and can amicably sign divorce papers to form an uncontested divorce and can pay a low fee to finalize the divorce and receive a divorce decree. However, many other couples will dispute the reason for the divorce or contest the terms of the divorce. Couples that contest the terms of divorce are often committing themselves to a longer and more expensive process. However, contesting the terms of the divorce may be the best strategy to protect the person's rights.AssetsDivorce lawyers will work to identify the assets, evaluate any applicable community property laws and work on a solution to fairly distribute assets to the parties. Child CustodyA divorce lawyer may need to establish an arrangement concerning child support if minor children are involved in the case. Some parents agree to joint custody or another arrangement that works for both parties. However, child custody is one of the most emotionally fueled aspects of a divorce case. The couple's divorce lawyers may enter a long process in which they prove that one parent is unfit or custody with the other parent represents the child's best interest.Child Support and AlimonyOne of the final steps in the divorce process is to determine the amount of child support and spousal support, if any. The educational level, earning history and earning potential of the parties will be assessed along with the lifestyle of the couple in order to determine whether spousal support will be granted.
No, its your parents choice no matter how old you are you can't divorce them unless they agree to it.
Divorce is necessary and useful institution in African society. Agree or Disagree?
if the receiving parent files a satisfaction of judgment with the courts the past due child support would no longer be owed.