If a US citizen marries an illegal alien and then divorced is the US citizen still legally financially responsible for the alien after the divorce?
I believe the spousal support decision by the court in the divorce decree would take precedence here .
If you cosigned for a vehicle with your husband before you were divorced and are now divorced and the vehicle is repossessed can you be charged with grand larceny?
If you married a US citizen but the marriage is not working out and you want a divorce but you are still waiting for your green card what will happen to you?
If a US citizen and legal foreign citizen residing now in the US were married and then divorced in a foreign country is it required to inform Florida state and local governments of the divorce?
I am a US citizen that married a Columbian 6 years ago. She wasn't able to get a visa to come the states. Now her and both want a divorce but she lives in Columbia and I live here in the states. Can I get divorced here without having to travel to Columbia and where can I find the paperwork that I need?
What can you do if you and your husband co-signed for a car and you're now divorced and he was responsible for debt but didn't pay and the car was repossessed and sold and now he's threatening to sue?
If the responsibility for the debt belonging to your husband was a part of your documented divorce paperwork, you can basically tell your ex-husband he doesn't have a leg to stand on. If you don't have anything in writing that says your ex-husband, and NOT you, was responsible for the debt, you may be partly responsible financially.