I was summoned by the deputy for not paying 25000 but spouse whos name was also on card made the charges and left me what can I do?
Just go to the summons and explain it to them. I am sure they have answers for you. Good luck.
Not unless your spouse is on the title to the property. If not and your spouse signs, then your spouse will be fully responsible for paying the mortgage. Not unless your spouse is on the title to the property. If not and your spouse signs, then your spouse will be fully responsible for paying the mortgage. Not unless your spouse is on the title to the property. If not and your spouse signs, then your… Read More
You can serve your spouse personally, or you can get a deputy to serve them, but there is a fee for that. Read More
Does a law enforcement officer have the right to press charges against a person involved in a domestic with a spouse when the spouse does not feel the need to press charges?
yes In most states if an officer is dispatched to a domestic call and there is evidence that an assault took place then they are required to make an arrest. The police do not press charges and neither does the spouse. The prosecutor presses charges. Read More
Your answer can only be that the non-titled spouse is paying assessments. Read More
If spouse is ordered to pay support by a court, until another court changes that, you cannot "protect" the spouse. Read More
With the truth, calmly. Read More
If they have been summoned, they would be in contempt of court and subject to punishment by the court. Read More
Who has a new spouse? The person paying alimony or the one receiving it? If it's the one paying it, then he/she is still required to pay it even if he/she remarries. If it's the one receiving it...generally, alimony payment terminates if the recipient remarry. Read More
If your spouse co-signed the debt, they will have to pay your debt. In most cases, the answer will be no, it is your debt and you are responsible. Read More
Can a surviving spouse be held responsible for paying for a vehicle if their name is not on contract?
yes. Read More
Not enough information to answer. WHAT charges? WHO filed them? WHAT offense? Re-word with more information and re-submit please. Read More
If paying alimony and ex spouse becomes eligible to draw Social Security on ex spouse who is paying alimony can alimony payments stop?
It depends on the wording of the alimony decree. Generally, the alimony and the Social Security are independent of one another. Read More
No. Charges may only be filed by a prosecutor or the court. You may, however, choose to sue your spouse in civil court for the damages that occurred as a result of the fraud. Read More
Domestic Violence. Read More
Yup. Pay your bill. Your spouse has the same right to the vehicle as you do. Your problem is that your paying nothing on the vehicle - so she has to pick up the bill. If she is paying the bill, then she deserves to have the vehicle. If you are paying the bill, then you deserve to have the vehicle. You cannot "one-up" your spouse by driving a vehicle that also has her name… Read More
In Florida if a spouse dies and leaves bills in their name is the surviving spouse responsible for those bills?
The estate is responsible for the bills. And since the spouse is typically inheriting the remains of the estate, to a certain extent they are paying them. If there is no estate the bills don't get paid, and there is nothing for the spouse to inherit. Read More
Spouses aren't responsible for their spouse's children. Read More
yes anyone can place charges on anyone else it doesn't matter Read More
Unfortunately, if the debts are in both names then the remaining spouse will be responsible for paying them. The remaining spouse may want to consult with an attorney who could negotiate on their behalf with the creditors. Read More
Generally, no other relatives except for a spouse is responsible unless they agreed to be responsible in writing. A person's estate is responsible for paying their debts. Generally, no other relatives except for a spouse is responsible unless they agreed to be responsible in writing. A person's estate is responsible for paying their debts. Generally, no other relatives except for a spouse is responsible unless they agreed to be responsible in writing. A person's estate… Read More
Technically, the debt has to be resolved by the estate. And as the spouse gets the estate, they will be paying one way or another. And is many cases the spouse benefits from the debt, they can come after the money Read More
If your spouse is being charged with charges and they were charged by your parents but the charges are dealing with you and he is your husband do you have to take the stand?
no, he is your husband so they wont ask you to testify unless you decide to do so yourself. Read More
If your spouse lied about not paying child support and you have proof about you paying it can she be held in contempt?
It depends on the circumstances. Without a court order, anything provided can be considered a gift, thus you can be ordered to pay for the same time period. This is a common circumstance for single fathers. see related link If there's a court order, which should be paid to the court, what you want to do is contact the county prosecutor about filing perjury charges. Read More
Can someone press charges against their spouse for using their individual checking account in Florida?
If the spouses name isn't on the account, it's illegal. If the spouse signed your name, it's forgery. Read More
It depends almost entirely on the contract signed with the cable company. If your spouse has signed as being solely or jointly responsible for the charges then it is quite possible. Read More
I would contact the credit bureaus and file a fraud alert to each of spouse credit report. (IF you file fraud alert with experian or equifax etc, they will add the alerts to all 3 credit reports). The only thing you can't do is file a police report since your spouse is protected from being criminally charged since you are legally married to your spouse and you are required to monitor your identity if your… Read More
Yes. But since you will not be around to pay them, your estate will be responsible for paying them. If you are married and your spouse files a joint return for the year you die, your spouse could be responsible. Read More
A person can certainly choose to drop a spouse from their coverage with one exception. If the employer is paying 100% for the employee and spouse then the employee can not opt out of coverage since it costs them nothing. You may be required to show that the spouse has alternate coverage. Check with your HR department or benefits coordinator. Read More
Can a spouse quit claim a home to the non debtor spouse to prevent a property lien by a judgment creditor in Ohio?
A property lien is an attachment to the property, not the debtor. The answer would be "no", that won't help you get out of paying the debt. Read More
Yes you can. If you feel his coverage is adequate to meet his healthcare needs, then keeping him on your plan would be paying for insurance that you don't need. Read More
In this case the assumption is that the wife inherits at least half, if not all, of the husband's assets. But the estate has to liquidate all debts before they can transfer any assets to the spouse. One way or another, the spouse does end up paying for the funeral. Read More
It depends on the will and who is inheriting the money. A spouse can receive the entire estate with no taxes. Read More
No. The child's parent is responsible for paying child support. Read More
Can the parents of a 17 year old press charges on their child's 23 year old spouse for sexual consent?
It depends where they live. Read More
A decedent's spouse is the next of kin and has the right to make all decisions regarding the funeral. The spouse is also responsible for paying the bill. The "family" must defer to the spouse's wishes. Read More
Yes a vehicle can be repossessed if the loan is not being paid on. Read More
If approved, but a dumb idea. see link Read More
If he paying child support, or can prove to the court that a father/child relationship has been developed. Read More
This is dependent of the provisions under the divorce and evidence of self support by the receiver. Get an independent review of the order. Read More
Joint credit life insurance is money paid to you or your spouse if either of your are ever arrested on drug charges. Read More
Then you need to file criminal charges aganst her. That's fraud. Read More
Not until the court order is up, or till the child is eighteen. Read More
How can I find out if my spouse is paying child support for a child I don't know about Would a PI be able to find out?
If asking does not work a PI should. Read More
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. Read More
Indirectly, the spouse will be paying the debts. The estate has the responsibility to settle all debts, including medical bills, not the husband. Once that is done, then remainder can be distributed to the husband. Read More
In Hawaii if a married spouse expires is the surviving spouse responsible for a credit card debt of the deceased spouse if the living spouse never signed any document?
The estate is going to be responsible for any bills. But the assumption is that the wife inherits the husband's assets. One way or another, the spouse ends up paying the debt. The spouse has some right in all real property owned by the husband. If the assets are not enough to cover the debt, the real property may have a lien placed against it to cover those debts. Read More
If a spouse dies and had unknown individual unsecured credit debt is the surviving spouse responsible for paying these credit cards or medical bills?
If nothing else, the spouses Estate would have to pay it, if there was $$$ for more info see www.steveshorr.com/estate.planning.htm Read More
The base assumption is always going to be that that the other spouse inherits the other's assets. But the estate has to liquidate all assets before they can transfer them to the spouse. One way or another, the spouse ends up paying the debt. The spouse has some right in all real property owned by the husband. If the assets are not enough to cover the debt, the real property may have a lien placed… Read More
The options include: stop paying the mortgage and let the bank repossess the house; pay the entire mortgage yourself; divorce the spouse and move out; divorce the spouse and stay, while your spouse moves out; find out why your spouse refuses to pay half of the mortgage and see if some agreement can be reached; seek cheaper housing; go on an extended backpack tour of Europe; enlist in the army. That's about it. Read More
Is the convicted felon who lives with the unconvicted spouse who has a gun in the house at risk for violation of federal gun laws?
Yes, unless you either: (1)Are no longer prohibitted from possessing firearms (due to a pardon or restoration of rights); or (2)The nonconvicted spouse legimately prevents you from having access to the firearms, ie. locking them in something that you don't have access to. The spouse could also face charges of providing you access to firearms. Yes, unless you either: (1)Are no longer prohibitted from possessing firearms (due to a pardon or restoration of rights); or… Read More