Does a spouse have to support his wife and her mother if he moves out during a divorce?
A husband has no legal obligation to support his mother-in-law.
No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him. No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him. No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him. No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him.
Yes, you can sue your spouse for personal injury during a divorce. You can sue as long as you received a personal injury caused by your soon to be ex spouse.
Alimony has nothing to do with child support, meaning the divorced couple doesn't have to have children in order for an ex spouse to receive alimony. Alimony is to help (or completely) support the ex spouse, while child support is to help support the children. Also, child support is granted to the custodial parent after a divorce, while alimony depends on the state in which the couple divorce, and the conditions and circumstances of the… Read More
Texas is one of the states that will not allow a divorce while the mother is pregnant.
There are many advantages to getting divorced. After a divorce, your spouse can't sue you for spousal support. You are no longer responsible for debts that your spouse acquires. Your spouse is no longer entitled to a piece of property you accumulate. And, of course, you can remarry.
The divorce decree obligation states what each spouse is obligated to. This could be alimony payments or child support.
Alimony, also called maintenance or spousal support is money paid by one spouse to the other after a divorce
This is dependent of the provisions under the divorce and evidence of self support by the receiver. Get an independent review of the order.
Only if your married to her, love. Unless you mean can you cause your mother to get a divorse with her spouse....but they try and tell children that its not their fault.
I been divorced for over a year now. My ex wife is paying me spouse support. If I remarry will my spouse support be cut off?
Probably - it depends on the language of the divorce decree. Spousal support is generally intended to be temporary.
Is it legal for a spouse who served divorce papers to her spouse to them use a durable power of attorney in the name of the spouse being divorced?
It is legal, however any descision made with the PoA can and (unless benificial to the divorced spouse) probably will be overturned by the courts during the process of divorce. If the spouse has gotten a legal withdraw if the PoA then no, it is not legal. Any debts accrued do to use of the PoA during a divorce will most likely be turned over to the person who accrued the debt, reguardless of the… Read More
In situations where a spouse cannot be located or being unresponsive during the divorce process (common when one spouse does not want to go through with the proceeding) you can still get divorced. Attempt to reach your spouse in order to serve the appropriate papers and when the court is satisfied that the service was not possible a default divorce entry will be entered against your spouse.
Yes unless agreed not to be payed with the judge.
Why should he? You could move instead.
In SC if your spouse is living with someone new during the waiting period does that exclude you from a No Fault divorce?
No fault means just that. Your spouse can live wherever she wants including the waiting period for your divorce.
What is the out come if you filed for divorce in Florida your spouse still lives in live in NY Child is 18 college bound you receive child support from NY how will your divorce affect the child suppor?
A divorce does not effect child support. Also, usually child support stops when the child turns 18.
Do you have to grant the wish of your spouse for a divorce knowing you will end up paying for child support and alimony?
The power to "grant" a divorce does not lie with you it lies with the family courts. You cannot force your spouse to stay married to you. The court will establish child support (and alimony, if any) based on the needs of the parties and the ability to pay.
In most states filing for divorce is not going to get the other spouse out of helping to pay bankruptcy debts. Many states have a communal property law that states both spouses are liable for debts, both during marriage and during a divorce.
If your soon to be ex caused you a personal injury, you can sue them during a divorce. Your divorce lawyer will either file the law suit or can recommend a good lawyer for you.
The same as they would be if the person were not an inmate. State laws govern divorce issues such as property division, custody, child support, spousal maintenance and so forth. If you no longer think the marriage is sustainable, you can file for divorce whether or not your spouse is in prison.
If a noncustodial father pay child support for a child from a previous marriage is the new spouse responsible for back child support in Wisconsin?
We don't understand what the new spouse has to do with it. The child is not his, and he is not mentioned in the divorce degree or any judgments..
If your ex is remarried is his new wife responsible for a child support order from a divorce decree?
No. Only the biological parents are responsible for the support of their minor children. I have a different answer: If the parent is being supported by his/her spouse then yes, the new spouse has to pay for child support. Some parents tried to get out of paying child support by not working and letting their new spouse support them but that is illegal. The house hold income is counted.
An abandoned spouse can sue the abandoning spouse for support (depending upon the circumstances; are there any children?) but in many cases, that doesn't help. Certainly you can sue for divorce. Take care of yourself.
If the court orders them to do so, they must. Temporary child support is common. There is also a moral obligation.
An equitable division of any marital property, including retirement plans, and possibly spousal support. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in divorce. Reminder: A spouse who did not work outside the home made a substantial and valuable contribution to the spouse and family managing the home and family life. An equitable division of any marital property, including retirement plans, and possibly spousal support. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in divorce… Read More
If child support payments were made to a former wife during the marriage to a second wife could those payments be considered equitable distribution when filling for divorce?
No. Only biological parents are responsible for the financial support of minor children. If the second (new) spouse paid child support during the marriage it will be assumed that he or she did so of their own volition and therefore the monies are not recoverable.
If a home is purchased during a marriage without knowledge to spouse when divorced is the spouse entitled to the home or equity if sold after a divorce?
If you can prove it, you're homefree.
During marriage is expected that each spouse will support the other. In Divorse/Dissolution, there is a thing called alimony. It is figured in a similar manner to Child Support, only it is for the spouse. Generally the individual who makes less is support by the one who makes more after divorce. Although, that may not necessarily be true because alimony can be paid to the individual who possesses the children (if there are any involved)… Read More
I've seen it happen frequently to fathers. The mother runs off. He hopes she'll come back, so he doesn't even file for child support. She comes back, he lets her see the children. While in possession of them, she files against him.
While the divorce is pending, the spouse is still the spouse, and the legal status does not change. On the day that the divorce is granted, the spouse is no longer the spouse, and reverts to non-related.
Generally speaking, when one spouse files for bankruptcy, the non-filing spouse should not be effected by this because they are only filing as to their individual debts. They are still obligated to the joint debts they share with you. Additionally, if you are in the process of a divorce the fact that one has filed for bankruptcy does not extinguish his duties to pay the divorce settlement, child support, alimony, etc.
Adultery is when you cheat on your spouse and divorce is when you end the marriage from your spouse.
Yes if he has any money left
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… Read More
In the state Of Oklahoma who do you get divorce if your spouse refuses to sign the papers
how do you divorce a spouse who is in prison and what forms do i use
Yes, the former spouse can discharge any liability for any 3rd party debt attributed to that person in the divorce judgment. However, alimony and child support orders are NOT dischargeable.
This type of spousal support is designed to reimburse for an expense incurred by the other spouse during the marriage. The most common example of this would be to order one spouse to pay reimbursement alimony to his or her ex for providing financial support for the family while the spouse attended college or trade school. In these instances, the paying spouse has typically advanced his or her career and usually with the understanding that… Read More
Can a spouse remove his own name from car insurance during divorce saddling other spouse with the policy for son's car?
spouse did not know name was on policy or that the other name was removed without knowledge
yes, if the citizen thinks that his spouse his annoying
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
If she is specifically named in the will as an ex-spouse then she will receive that bequest. Otherwise any will made prior to a divorce is void as to the ex-spouse in most jurisdictions. Additionally, if there are minor children, they may be entitled to support for their care paid from the estate. In general, however, the divorce ends the legal rights that either spouse has to the other's estate.
If you file for a divorce and your spouse refuses to sign, you may be able to win your divorce by default. When your spouse defaults on a divorce it means he/she failed to respond within the a lotted amount of time per your specific state.
If your spouse won't sign the divorce papers then file a judgment of default. If your spouse does not sign it within 30 to 60 days then the divorce will be final by default.
Can a divorced spouse claim ex-husband's property after his death if there was a property settlement during the divorce?
No. If the divorce is final, even without a property settlement as part of it, no.
You can divorce a spouse if a judge decides to grant you a divorce. Legally is different from ethical considerations.
A divorce decree doesn't change at death of one of the parties. It would end the payment of support of any type. And it does prevent the ex-spouse from inheriting.
You are entitled to an equitable division of any marital property, including retirement plans, and possibly spousal support. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in divorce. Reminder: A spouse who did not work outside the home made a substantial and valuable contribution to the spouse and family managing the home, children and family life. You are entitled to an equitable division of any marital property, including retirement plans, and possibly spousal support. You… Read More
You can refuse to be served. Refusing to accept divorce documents will not stop a divorce. Your spouse can get a divorce whether you cooperate or not. It may take a little longer. If you continue to ignore the proceeding your spouse can eventually obtain a divorce in your absence and your interests will not be represented. You can refuse to be served. Refusing to accept divorce documents will not stop a divorce. Your spouse… Read More
Either spouse can act in such a way that they slow the divorce process down. Some attorneys conduct their business in a way that can slow the process down.