I was married for 24 years. My wife filed 8 months ago and as a buisness owner, I had produced all the requested documents, evaluations….. Etc. I even had to be sidelined two weeks ago. The mediation was supposed tommorov, but his lawyer said they were not willing to get them about their own assessment of the business. The word THINK is something I don`t like. I paid all the benefits, home payments, insurance, etc. while she lived in the house. She has never worked and is not looking for a job. I have two daughters (22 and 19 years old) whom I send to university and whom I support without the help of her or anyone. I had already agreed in April to pay him 400.00 a month with the idea that children can live there.
She changed the locks on the doors and told the girls that they were not allowed to come unless she went. My lawyer said they were entitled to get their own assessment, which can take up to 3 more months! I live in a cabin I own, but I rent the land. The landowners` association had allowed me to make it my permanent residence for 6 months. Now they want me to tell them how long I have before the divorce. I have a few questions: Will I succeed if I ask the court to allow me to pay much less, since children are not welcome there? Also, what can I do to speed this up? If you are using lawyers and the divorce is not reciprocal or you are not reaching an agreement on the law, the distribution of the estate and support, you will probably have two different lawyers to defend your concerns and your individual interests. These lawyers will submit your two different positions to the judge at the preliminary conference, and the judge will make recommendations for a fair solution. These recommendations do not bind the parties, but help determine what will happen in the study. They are also often an incentive to agree before the trial date. Although divorce is not the simplest process, being civil with the other party, making compromises where you can, and defending what you believe in, the process doesn`t have to be as painful – financially and emotionally. Here are five things you should be sure are included in your MSA – and how to get the most out of a divorce plan when negotiating with your spouse: Thanks for this post.
Lots of good information. Me, a stay at home father had a hard time with all this. My wife had been working for 7 years and I was at home. Soon after, she stopped doing something at home. Your routine`s gone home, it`s changed. Play on his cell phone, go to bed. So when I said things when they were working for us, they turned around. She told me I was going to unscrew her. Our 15-year-old son wants to go with me because his mother doesn`t know, his school affairs and his sport.