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What Kind Of Attorney Do I Need In This Case?
My Father'S Estate Went Through Louisiana Probate And Is About To Soon Be Closed. However, There Are 5 Beneficiaries And One Of The Beneficiaries Recently Went And Took A Car From The Estate Against The Will Of The Administrator Of The Estate. Well, I Have Many Questions And This Is Becoming An Increasingly Stressful Process And I Just Want Someone To Take This Process Over So That I Do Not Have To Deal With It Anymore. The Administrator Of The Estate Is An Attorney Himself And He Does Not Have My Best Interest At Heart. I Have Many Questions And I Need To Know If I Should Get An Estate Attorney Or Probate Attorney To Turn This Situation Over To So I Do Not Have To Be So Stressed Out All The Time.
Probate attorney, or estate planning attorney
Divorced Four Years, Husband Stopped Paying Alimony?
Was To Get Alimony For Life. He Stopped Paying And Is Trying To Terminate Paying Me At All. He Is A Successful Business Man. I Never Went To College, No Job Experience. Worked Menial Jobs Occasionally, Now Work Per Diem Part Time For Minimum Wage. He Is Uncooperative During The Deposition, Not Producing Documents Requested, Not Answering Questions. Can He Get Away With This? My Attorney Gave A Deadline To Produce Documents But My Guess Is That Will Come And Go As That Was The Way My X Handled The Original Divorce. I'D Like To Know If Anyone Has Been In The Same Type Of Circumstances Or Knows Of Any Similar Situations. Also, Can He Get Away With This?
No, he can't get away with this. After three months of not paying your alimony, your lawyer needs to go back to court and seek to have your husband held in contempt-of-court and punished. And he should ask for the monies owed to be paid plus interest. It may even be possible that the alimony to be paid monthly be turned into a large lump sump payment. Consult with your lawyer to make sure you don't get screwed over.
Your ex doesn't want to pay for his obligations...don't let him get away with it. Use your lawyer and take him back to court. If you are very lucky, the judge might even toss your ex into jail overnight to reflect on his legal obligations. Good luck and God bless!
Addendum: Jessica, although you say it is no longer possible to get alimony for life in your state, in many states it is still possible and it does happen. California is a good example. If a woman is married in California for ten plus years and her husband divorces her, she can get alimony for life. And if you don't believe me, go ask Tom Cruise all about it. He got stuck with alimony payments to his ex, Nicole Kidman, but he got lucky because she remarried...and remarriage is the one thing that will stop "alimony for life" (any other kind of alimony too).
Addendum #2: If the agreement says that your ex can modify it but you can't, then it is an unfair agreement. Have your lawyer point that out to the judge. Also, if he is claiming poverty, demand to see his tax returns.
Need Help District Attorney Plz?
I Need Info On What Are The Responsibilities Of A District Attorney And How To Become One
A District Attorney prosecutes criminals on behalf of the State. The DA is also responsible for deciding whether to press charges after somebody is arrested by analyzing the case and likelihood of conviction.
A DA is a lawyer, so you need to go to law school. Other than that their are no qualifications, a recent Law School grad could be hired by a DA office. Usually younger and less experienced DAs will start by handling traffic cases and other low level misdemeanors and work their way up to felonies.
Where Can I Find A Divorce Lawyer In Jonesboro Arkansas?
I Need A Divorce Lawyer For A Friend. She Doesn'T Have Alot Of Money But Is In Desperate Need Of A Divorce Lawyer In Jonesboro Arkansas
try the local phone book or perhaps there is an agency of lawyers that handles low income people
I Need Good Legal Advice On Divorce As Well As Alimony And Custody?
I Have Been Married To My Wife For Almost 3Yrs Now In The State Of Sc. We Have One Son, 18 Months. I Feel So Bad For Him. Its Not Working Out With Us, We Are Truley Not Meant To Be. When I Married Her She And I Were Both In The Military, I Still Am. She Got Out On Her Own Will, And Wants A Divorce. Now Shes Talking Alimony. I Think Its Wrong, B/C She Is More Than Capable Of Getting A Job. If Shes Asking For Alimony Its B/C Shes Going To Have Trouble Making Ends Meet.I Dont Think You Should Ask For Alimony Just B/C You Know You Wont Be Making As Much Money As You Want. In This Case Would It Also Be Fair To Fight For Full Custody Of My Son. If Anyone Can Give Me Advice On How To Avoid Alimony, And If It Would Be In My Favor To Go For Full Costody Please Help.
If you are still in the military, there is no way you are going to get full custody of your child, especially since your motive is only because you don't want to pay alimony. And if she has been your child's primary caregiver, unless you can prove that she is a crack-addicted prostitute, your chances of gaining full custody are zero. And do you really want to take your child away from the person who has been raising him (while you have been working) just to spite your wife because she is asking for alimony? What kind of a man does that make you out to be? Does this make you proud? Or is it just that you aren't thinking clearly because you are in shock about the divorce (I am giving you the benefit of the doubt)?
Honestly, you need to get something in your head...although your wife can ask for the moon and you can ask for something equally silly, you or your wife can only get what the courts are willing to give either of you and what the law provides for. It doesn't matter what YOU think or want her to have...or even what she wants...unless you two come to a private agreement. Once this goes before a judge, it is up to the lawyers and the judge...not you and not her. Hopefully, they will act in the best interest of your child.
Further, in your wife's case, since the marriage was of such a short duration, alimony will be limited (child support though won't). If she hasn't been working but taking care of your child, she will probably be awarded some alimony...possibly for a few years...and if it is so awarded, you must pay...or else. And by the way, if she doesn't get alimony and has to go back to work right away, your child will have to go to day care? Is that in your child's best interest or are you thinking about your pocketbook? How will you feel in say 16 years when your child asks why they couldn't stay home with mommy but had to go to daycare?
To sum up...you need competent legal advice to help you through the divorce/custody battle. But remember this, try and do what is best for your child, not yourself. I know you don't want your ex to have a dime because you are probably angry with her...but that money is to help raise your son. Every dime you manage to squeeze from your ex and keep in your pocket is a dime not spent on your child. And if your wife is working full time, she won't be home taking care of your child and raising them personally. Instead, your ex will be working during the day and coming home exhausted to take care of your son...and then how is your child going to get the care that he needs? (I have no problem with her going back to work when he starts school but now...he needs his mother.
Anyway...I think you should get a good lawyer...one who is fair...and follow his advice...as right now, I don't think you are "thinking clearly". And try not to be so bitter that you end up hurting your son. Good luck and God bless!
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