Since the parents are divorced, the house is owned as Joint Tenants (not Tenants in the Entirity), so as Joint Tenants, the surviving parent would own half the house with the two children owning the other half. If the house is owned as Tenants in Common, which isn't as likely, then when one person dies, the other person gets the entire house.
they dont have to it just happens that way. no legal reason.
You're children are legal citizens, and your ex-spouse may apply for immigrant status.
Could cause some problems for both taxpayers that are involved in this matter.
When you get divorced it appears as ex spouse as your relationship :) hope this helps :D
This is not a rule or law, just happens that more often the mother is found to be a more suitable parent than the father in custody cases.
If you are unable to pay debts, depending on how much money is involved, you may have to declare bankruptcy or liquidate your assets to pay off debts
no in less they show what happens after all that.
This would be decided in the property settlement.
In most countries the property of the partners in a marriage belongs to them both and when they get divorced or separate, this property is divided (in two) between them. If there are children involved then consideration must be made for the partner who will be the main carer of the children and this may tip the balance of the split up (a court will decide). Thus assuming there are no children, the partner in the home (the one wanting to sell) can sell the come but half of the proceeds (after any mortgage is paid off) will have to be given to the partner who left the home.
Even though it is possible, I would say rarely. If he hasn't left his wife by now, he probably won't. It is best not to get involved with married men, especially when children are involved.
It would be nice because that is where you have freedom
Nothing happens to the children, but the parents are heavily fined.