Asked in Adoption, Custody, Child Support
If your biological children were killed and your spouse is not the biological parent can your spouse get half of the settlement in a wrongful death suit?
Your spouse may have rights if the children were legally adopted by her/him. Generally, if there was no legal adoption they wouldn't be entitled to any award or settlement. You should consult with an attorney. ...
Asked in Relationships, Genealogy
How are you related to your sister-in-law's children?
Your sister-in-law is either the sister of your spouse or the wife of your brother. In either case, her children are your nieces and nephews and you are their aunt (if you are female) or their uncle (if you are male). ...
Asked in Relationships, Genealogy
What is a sister-in-law's sister to my kids?
Your sister-in-law may be the sister of your spouse. In that case, her sister is either your spouse and the mother of your children, or she is another sister of your spouse and your kids aunt. Your sister-in-law may also be the wife of your brother. In that case her sister is not related to you or your children. ...
Asked in Ontario
Who is the next of kin in Ontario Canada?
First would be spouse. If no spouse, then children If no spouse or children, then parents If no spouse, children or parents, then siblings. If no spouse, children, parents or siblings, then nieces and nephews. If none of the above, then the next relative in line. (Grandparent, aunt, uncle, cousin and so on.) ...
Is your spouse entitled to your lawsuit settlement during a divorce?
I am married but living apart from my spouse there is no legal separation my souse will be receiving a personal injury settlement how do I get my portion while we are still married ...
Asked in Insurance, Medical Insurance, Child Health
Can you add step children to medical insurance policy?
When you get married, and either spouse has children, those children can be added to the policy. If you have a family plan, step children can also be added to a medical insurance policy. ...
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law
Do you have to have to have a settlement to get divorce?
Not necessarily. If there are no minor children, no significant assets, and no issues related to alimony, there's nothing to "settle" before dissolving the marriage. In any event, if there's no agreement about division of assets and/or any claims to future income by either spouse, the divorce court judge will in most states impose a court-ordered settlement as part of the divorce decree. ...
Asked in Restraining Orders
Can a spouse and her children from a prior marriage be forced to vacate a home if that spouse's name is not on the deed after a restraining order is served to that spouse?
The spouse can, but not the children.
Asked in Parenting and Children
Should parents choose spouses for their children?
No, parents should not choose a spouse for their children. This is important that you don't choose a spouse for your children as they will need to learn how to choose a spouse on their own. Your children will be happier with the spouse they choose than they are if you choose their spouses for them! Plus the ability to choose a spouse will need to be learned by your children as it will greatly affect their emotional and financial well-being. ...
How do you protect your children when your spouse is gay?
Being gay is not a reason to "protect children". Unless there is another reason you need to protect your children from your spouse, the answer is that you need more help than your spouse does. ...
Asked in Forests
How do you get a spouse and children on forest story?
In order to get a spouse and children on Forest Story you have to complete certain missions. ...
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law, Estates
When an ex spouse remarries is that ex-spouse still entitled to the pension?
This would depend on the terms of the divorce settlement.
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law
Is a spouse entitled to any part of a personal injury settlement in a divorce?
Yes, a spouse may be entitled to a part of a personal injury settlement in a divorce. This depends on the laws in your state and how long you have been married. ...
Asked in Probate
Does children have rights if parent dies and does not have a will?
The children are natural heirs to their father's estate. If there is a new spouse, the spouse has priority. ...
What are the divorce laws in Gabon?
The laws concerning a divorce in Gibon are many. There are community property laws, which is where all property must be split equally between a couple who is divorcing. Either spouse can file for a divorce, whether they are male or female. Children from the marriage who are under the age of five are automatically awarded to the mother. ...
Is it illegal for one spouse to sell assets without the others consent before divorce?
If done in anticipation of altering the property settlement the selling spouse might be held in contempt of court for disposing of the assets before settlement. ...
Does a surviving spouse in Texas have to get surviving children to sign before he sells his home?
That depends on how you and your spouse held title to your property and whether the surviving children are the children of both the decedent and the surviving spouse. You should consult with an attorney. ...
Asked in Probate, Debt Responsibility, Wills
Should adult children or the surviving spouse be the beneficiary?
The spouse should be the beneficiary.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
When a person dies and has a settlement coming who gets the money if there is no will?
The next of kin (less any taxes owed by the deceased), spouse if married at the time of their passing, otherwise all children in equal shares, then grandchildren if children are not alive. Then parents... etc... ...
Can my spouse spouse receive half of my Social Security back pay in the divorce settlement?
No. Because it is the persons case based on their work history
Asked in Property Law
Can a mother make a claim on her adult child's property if she has contributed to it financially as a gift?
No. A gift doesn't give her rights in the property. If the adult child dies her spouse and children will be her legal heirs at law. Her parents would be her legal heirs only if she had no spouse or children or will. No. A gift doesn't give her rights in the property. If the adult child dies her spouse and children will be her legal heirs at law. Her parents would be her legal heirs only if she had no spouse...
Asked in Funerals
Do the decedent's parents have a right to take over their sons burial instead of his children?
No. The spouse and children have the primary right. The grandparents may step in if there is no spouse and the children are minors. ...