Your children come first and one of their parents has to be responsible. If you have parents, relatives or friends you can stay with please do. It is obvious your spouse has chosen the drugs over you and the children. By staying you will be nothing more than an enabler of his addiction. Leave, then see what he does. If he is serious do not go back until you are sure he is on a good program for drug abuse and even at that just be there for support and leave the children out of it. I think you already knew the answer to this one.
absolutly! If you stay in the house you are putting your children in danger!GET OUT!!!!
If you mean legally, then I would imagine it would depend on if you had children with the drug using spouse. If you do, it would be best to notify the police or contact an attorney. You have a responsibility to keep the children safe, and keeping them in a place where one parent is using drugs is not safe. If not, then all you would have to do is pack and leave.
If you and your divorced spouse have children, then you can add the word (divorved) to the spouse's entry. Many computer programs that make family trees provide a field to indicate a divorce. If you have no children with that spouse, you can leave the spouse off the tree if you want.
The wife can just as easily as many husbands do. If it happens though, a spouse should seek legal advice about how to protect the finances and the children from a missing parent/spouse.
You can leave your property to whomever you wish. As long as your spouse and children are provided for, the rest doesn't matter.
it depends on alot of things. is he are she abusive, are selling your stuff to get their drug of choise. Do they work are just drink all day. Do you have children? Is the drinking hurting you are your children? If you said yes to these questions then i think you should do your best to leave!
It means you should leave them.
The leave your spouse takes just after having a baby is called maternity leave.
If aman dies, his property normally goes to his spouse. If he has children from a previous marriage, the property is typically split between the current spouse and the children (natural or adopted), half going to the spouse and the other half being divided between the children. Consult a probateattorney in the appropriate state for specifics in that state.
No. An objective third party should witness the will. Having a spouse witness it will leave it vulnerable to challenge. No one who benefits from a legal document should also be the witness to the signature.
You should probably try to get over it. Unless you wish to disrespect your spouse and leave her for another person, and injure your reputation, you should stay with your spouse.
You can try to separate from a spouse if he or she does not want to leave the home. You will need a lawyer. Your lawyer can ask the judge to have your spouse leave the residence while you are going through your proceedings.
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no she should not leave her husband over drugs and him lieing him but maybe they should separate for a little while and figure out things. but to be really honest she should do what's best for the relationship. and get him in a rehab center only if he wont's to.
United StatesGenerally, in the United States, a person cannot disinherit their spouse. In most states (except Louisiana) the spouse has the statutory right to 'elect' to take an intestate share of the estate. To do so, the surviving spouse need only file a claim with the court and the court will award a share to the spouse that generally mirrors an intestate share.You can check your state laws of intestacy at the link below. The surviving spouse should contact an attorney immediately to determine their right of election under state laws.Generally you do need to name all of your children in the will, though you don't have to leave them something. Generally adult children can be disinherited. You must check your state laws to determine how a will must be drafted to effectively disinherit an adult child. In some states, if the will is not properly drafted, the court will decide the child was simply forgotten and will then distribute a share to that child.Minor children cannot be disinherited.
It is possible to disinherit your adult children in most states as long as your will is drafted properly according to the rules in your state. You should seek the advice of an attorney who can explain your options and draft your will so that it meets the statutory requirements.
You can Leave your spouse with out him being able to claim you deserted him if your spouse beat you or was unfaithful but you also have to be able to prove it.
Leaving one's spouse should not be undertaken lightly. Monetary circumstances may change, but a marriage represents a commitment. Unless there is no other way to resolve the difference, divorce should be considered the very last option.
If the property was held as joint tenants with the right of survivorship, the decedent cannot leave his share to his children by will. His interest automatically passed to his surviving spouse. If the property was owned as tenants in common then he can leave his interest to his children.You should consult with an attorney who specializes in probate law in your area who can review the situation, review the will and inform you of your rights and options under that laws of NJ.
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Not if you don't use your spouse on the application as a co applicant or "additional income". If you don't need their income, then leave them off and no, it should not affect.
men should be the ones who leave because they should have that much love for they spouse that they want the woman to have the shelter