You can make any request you want for yourself, but not on behalf of yourself and your abandoned spouse. Frequently when one spouse leaves in the middle of a Chapter 13 plan, the remaining spouse files a Motion to Deconsolidate (and has to pay the court the deconsolidation fee) and then the Chapter 13 is split into two separate cases, one for each spouse. Then, the remaining spouse can do whatever they want with their case, such as keep paying it, convert to Chapter 7, or let it get dismissed. The other spouse is then left to their own devices in their newly-separate case, and if they do nothing, it will usually be dismissed. Please note that nothing in this posting or in any other posting constitutes legal advice; this is simply my understanding of the facts and law, which I do not warrant, and I am not suggesting any course of action or inaction to any person. Speak to a lawyer for specific advice. If you have any questions, please refer to a lawyer in your jurisdiction. Thanks!
It is a person who abandons their duty or post.
A wife has the right to seek an attorney for a divorce if a husband abandons her. She will need support for herself as well as her children.
The cast of Abandons - 1985 includes: Nicole Jamet Vincent Poujoul Franco Ressel Lambert Wilson
Such a person is called an apostate.
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An abandoner is someone who abandons another person.
You abandon something when you intentionally leave it behind.
He obviously is not interested anymore and moved on.
He represents a good friend. who then abandons evryman.
No they don't.
It lays them, then( like other moniters) abandons them.
Probably, they do. They dont care about anyone
The car may be sold to defray expenses.
No the female grasshopper abandons their young and eats their mate.
the female abandons it.the male eats it.
Someone who abandons their religion would be known as an apostate.
The Kikuyu name Mutiga means the one who abandons.
You need to take her to court to get costody of them if you do not want her to have them
no cause he cant be sued, its not possible. sorry. you fail!
Go to court to obtain custody and an order for support.