Can my husband whom I am separated from take our daughters over state lines without my permission? Neither of us have filed for divorce or custody. I took our daughters over to see him and let them spend the night.
My husband and I have his ex-wife in our lives who is just the vision of torment. She does everything she can to make life miserable and threaten their divorce decree to literally ruin his and our lives.
My boyfriend has been separated from his wife for about 8 years (separate homes and counties). They have a 15-year-old son and he lives with my boyfriend. There was no custody agreement or child support. She sees the child when she wants to and there is no problem with their arrangement.
I was married in 2000. In 2003, my wife was caught cheating. I left at that point. From that point on we never lived under the same roof together. Here is the problem, she filed for support in PA in 2003 but it was dismissed by the judge in early 2004.
My father made me co-owner of the two houses he owned, prior to my marriage. When I got married I moved into one of them while he remained in the other. In the divorce agreement (Los Angeles County Superior Court) he and I signed off that she could continue living there with the children until a specific date or her re-marriage, in return for reduced spousal support.
m>I filed for a divorce in California after being separated for 5 years. I did my own divorce. I submitted all the forms via mail. I went to court in January and the judge said as of this date you are divorced and will receive a judgment in the mail. A week or two later I got a copy of the court proceeding papers (copy of what was agreed/granted in court) stating marital status terminates – dated February. In April, I get remarried. 5 months late, I finally get a Notice of Entry of Judgment with a different date stamped on it. The effective date of termination of martial status states Sept. The Entry of Judgment states that neither party should remarry until effective date (Sept). I got married in April. Is my marriage to husband #2 invalid (void)? .If so, does that mean the marriage became valid after the divorce final date? Do I need to marry husband #2 again? Any help would really be appreciated.
When I was 15-years-old, I married a man 19-years-old without the consent of my parents. Am I legally married to him still? This occurred in the 70s, Am I legally bounded to the marriage by consenting at 15-years of age with no parental consent?
My daughter married a man approximately 2-1/2 years ago. When he filled out the marriage license, he used an alias name (which happened to be his deceased cousin). He also used his Aunt and Uncle’s names as his parents and used his cousin’s birth date instead of his. At the time, my daughter did not know all the information he filled out was not his real information. They were married in Washington State. Is this marriage legal? He is abusive and she has left him, but we would like to know if she really needs to go through divorce proceedings under these false circumstances. Can you help answer this?
My husband walked out of our home on 09/09/09 and has not returned. I have not heard from him since 03/10. All of our possessions are in both our names. What can I do?
My Father-in-law passed away in July of 2012. He retired from the railroad, was ‘married’ four times, and has 5 children. He was married to wife #2 in Indiana (she mothered 3 of his children) and filed for divorce in 1989 (not 100% sure that was the year) then ‘remarried’ 2xs after. 10 months before his passing he moved out of the home that he & wife #4 shared. He had a will stating that all his assets were to go to his 5 children (he did not father any children with wives 3 & 4) but had wife #4 as beneficiary on all of his accounts (retirement, life insurance etc..) Well wife #2 filed for a portion of his retirement benefits, and it turns out that she & father-in-law were never legally divorced.