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Please Help-What Are Uk Divorce Courts Like?
I Was Married To My Husband For Around 4 Years. Throughout This Time He Was Emotionally Abusive And Physically Also. I Gathered Up The Courage To Leave Him This Year, And I Am Now Having To Live With My Aunt And Uncle. (He Owns The Matrimonial Property)
He Has However Now Said He Wants Money From Me And Is Going To Take Me To Court ( Not Sure Why, My Sister Thinks It Cos He S Bitter About Me Leaving)
Now I Have No Idea How Court Works (In The Uk) As In, Is There A Lawyer Who Will Interrogate Me? Willi Have To See My Ex? Is It Like A Trial? I Cant Find This Info On The Net Anywhere, And Would Really Like To Know
Thank You In Advance For Your Help Xx
I worked in divorce lawyers offices for years. No one will interrogate you so rest easy. And good on you for leaving the b******! He is playing on your ignorance of the judicial system in the UK if he wasn't such a jerk and you were not so worried I would've wet my pants laughing that he said he wants money from you hahahaha what a crank! Take no notice of him babes, he can't get any money out of you AND for what? Divorce courts here are called "family" courts and they are nothing like in USA they are small and not intimidating no one in flowing black gowns (that's the High Court for criminal cases) are in them.
In the UK he can file for "uncontested" divorce if the 2 parties have lived apart for 5 years and both want the divorce. If not and HE wants a divorce he can only get one if he can prove "unreasonable" behaviour on your part, like you have been unfaithful and he has the proof in which case he would serve divorce papers on you and the bloke you were unfaithful with, naming him as the third party. You would not have to attend either hearing, ONLY if you wanted to fight for your marriage..... and I guess you will be glad to be rid of the loser. He can do nothing to you. Hope this puts your mind at rest :)
Durable Legal Custody?
What Is Durable Legal Custody And How Is It Different From Guardianship? Is It Permanent?
I'm not sure this is the same in all states. Durable legal custody gives someone, often a grandparent, custody of the child without the requirement to report to social services/child welfare. There is no longer oversight by the state unless a report comes in to say otherwise. It basically removes the child 'from the system'.
No guardianship is permanent.
Does Any One If The Prepaid Legal Services On Line Are Scams?
Is It Worth Using Them Or Do You Scam You? How Do You Know If They Are For Real?
Lawyers are licensed in specific states, not for the whole world. In most cases, you are being offered only advice, not representation, and the advice can be from anyone. Look at this site and you will see that over half of the answers are dead wrong and most of the rest are incomplete or misleading. That is what you would be getting. You would do better getting advice from your bartender. There are legitimate pre-paid legal services, but they tend to be local or regional. They offer very limited services for the most part and ultimately will save very little money.
About A Year Ago I Was Involved In A Car Accident. It Was My Fault,But The Damage Was Very Minor.The Person I Hit With My Car Was Fine,But Now She Filled An Injury Claim.My Insurance Knew The Whole Thing From The Beginning.I Was Wondering,Who Pays The Money,The Insurance Or Me?Or Do We Split ?
Your company will pay the claim up to the liability limits that you have. They have a duty to try to settle the claim at or below your limits so that you don't have to pay anything out of pocket.
I doubt you have anything to worry about as the average injury settlement is well below most minimum policy limits.
How Can I Change My Custody Agreement?
My Divorce Has Only Been Final About Three Months And My Ex Husband Is Already About To Get Married Again. We Have Joint Custody Of Our 3 Year Old Daughter But He Has Physical Custody, Meaning She Lives With Him And I Get Visitation. My Ex Thinks He'S The Only Parent Because I Haven'T Been Able To Pay Child Support But He Knows I'M Not Working Right Now. He Feels Like He'S Being Generous Because He &Quot;Allows&Quot; Me To Spend More Time With My Own Child Than What The Court Order Says I Get. He Acts Like I Need To Tell Him Every Time I Make Plans For My Child And Ask His Permission If I Want To Spend Time With Her During The Week. Now He'S About To Marry Some Woman I Know Nothing About, Move Her And Her Kid In With Them, And Start Co-Parenting My Child. Our Custody Agreement Says We Can'T Leave Our Child In The Care Of Anyone We'Ve Been Sexually Involved With So Can I Take Him Back To Court And Have It Changed So She Lives With Me And He Gets Visitation?
First of all- Child Support (or lack of child support) is a completely separate issue from custody. They are handles separately by the court, and your not being able to pay should NOT affect you being able to see your little girl.
As for changing the custody...honestly, if you are determined enough to get it, hire a lawyer. I have a feeling it may be hard. No offense (seriously, none at all) but it's very unusual for a mother to lose custody of her daughter unless she is truly unfit (I am NOT accusing you of this, just stating a fact). This makes me think it may be much harder for you to get custody for something like this, because there must have been drastic circumstances for you to lose it in the first place.
I wish you luck though- I truly ache for you, it must be very hard not to be with your daughter.
What Does A Corporate Lawyer Do?
I Was Wondering What Does A Corporate Lawyer Do? How To Become One? How Much Do They Make Annually?
A corporate lawyer is a lawyer who specializes in corporations law.
As of 2004, there were 67,000 corporate lawyers in the United States, working on average for 50 hours per week, with a mean starting salary of USD64,000, rising to USD93,700 after 5 years and USD139,000 after 10–15 years.
The role of a corporate lawyer is to ensure the legality of commercial transactions, advising corporations on their legal rights and duties, including the duties and responsibilities of corporate officers. In order to do this, they must have knowledge of aspects of contract law, tax law, accounting, securities law, bankruptcy, intellectual property rights, licensing, zoning laws, and the laws specific to the business of the corporations that they work for.