If you owe your x money from a divorce settlement on a monthly basis but have missed 8 months can you be forced to sell an asset or can se go after equity in your home?
Yes on both counts. Pay the women.
To the best of my knowledge, I know of nowhere in the civilized world where anybody would be "forced" to divorce. Answer Couples will never be "forced" to divorce, but if one party to the marriage successfully seeks a divorce through the relevant courts, then the marriage is deemed to be terminated and both parties are therefore divorced, even if one of them wishes to remain married.
In Texas if you refinance your home once as a home equity loan are you forced to have all future refinances be home equity loans also?
If your US citizen husband leaves the country before the property settlement how can you force him to come to US and settle this so you can divorce him afterward if he took the money with him?
There is no prohibition against divorce in the Torah. Although the husband has to initiate divorce according to Jewish law, in cases of abuse, the husband can be forced to do so. The exception regarding no prohibition against divorce is that a husband can't divorce his wife due to illness or inability to have children.
How do you get a divorce from a man from Pakistan whom you were forced to marry and whom refuses to divorce you?
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Coercion means that the person was forced to state fraudulent information on a particular document, in this case a divorce decree. However, "ignorance of the law is no defense", and coercion can be difficult to prove. It usually requires that the person sign the divorce papers under the threat of bodily harm to themselves or a loved one. This does not arise often in marriage or divorce and something you may want to contact an…
If a girl is married with the consent of her parents at the age of 17 can she later seek a divorce proving that at the time of marriage she was a minor and hence it was without her consent?
If you're in the US, no, she couldn't get a divorce on these grounds unless she can convince the court that her parents forced her to get married (in which case you'd probably be dealing with an annulment instead of a divorce). She can still get a divorce, just not on those grounds. She could, for example, file on the grounds of irreconcilable differences.
Can a husband be forced to continue health coverage on his wife of 14 years in the event of their divorce and for how long after it is final?
No you are not likely to be able to refinance a home with no equity. Unfortunately, this is exactly the situation that homeowners are finding themselves in right now leaving them with many less options when facing the current difficult mortgage market. It is probably best to try to renegotiate with your current lender if you find yourself in such a situation. More lenders are beginning to be forced to consider this for their customers.
If someone wants a divorce straight away because he has got someone else pregnant and the other person wants to wait two years what happens can they be forced to divorce in 6 months?
If somebody files for divorce, the other person will be served with papers most likely prepared by a lawyer. They must then answer those papers within a certain timeframe. They can attest the divorce, but eventually it would go through. Nobody has to stay married to somebody that they don't want to.
You can file for a divorce any time after you are married. But more likely you want an annulment. Laws vary from state to state and country to country, but if you were married against your will or somehow forced into the marriage, odds are you can get it annulled. This is not the same as a divorce; it would be as if you were never married. Don't wait around; talk to a lawyer ASAP.
The exploration and settlement of the western territories led to conflict with the Native American tribes. Westward expansion and the Gold Rush pushed the natives from their tribal hunting grounds and homelands. Many fought in the post-Civil War Indian Wars while others surrendered and were forced on to reservations.