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Conflict between couples can range from the mundane (“My partner refuses to empty the dishwasher!”) to the very significant – when one partner wants children and the other does not. When major (or minor) issues get in the way of the marriage, it can be enough for some couples to want to call it quits....
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Family vacations are when some of the best memories are made, but for divorced parents, attempting to take one can also be fraught with headache, emotions, and legal battles. Before you spend your entire summer stuck in a court battle over time sharing rights and shared parenting plans, step back and see if you and...
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Your former spouse being in a supportive relationship may be grounds for a modification of alimony. This can only happen if the court ordered the alimony in the first place or if you both reached a marital settlement agreement that left the alimony as modifiable. You should consult with an attorney on this issue to...
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Because of the short duration of your marriage, you will not be entitled to spousal support. Once the baby you are pregnant with is born, you can seek child support from your husband. Unless you and him acquired property or assets during the marriage, it sounds like child support will be the only thing you...
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If the 20 days are up for her Answer, I would file a Motion for Judicial Default so that the matter will come up before the judge again. I would also file a Motion to Compel her mandatory disclosure which sounds like it may be overdue. This disclosure includes her financial affidavit. There is no...
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Yes, you can move back into the marital home. If there are difficulties with your spouse or the board, you should seek legal assistance.
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