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Help! Prenuptial Agreement Questions?
Long Story Short: I'M A Future Dentist/Omfs Resident. I'Ve Been With My Girlfriend For 4 Years And May Plan To Marry Her In The Future. Questions:
1. Is Having A Prenuptial Agreement Considered To Be Rude And Not Trusting With Your Spouse In General? Do Most People Actually Get It?
2. If I Don'T Sign The Agreement And Somehow She Decides To Just Divorce Me For No Reason Other Than Obtaining My Wealth - Say She Cheats On Me And Demands A Divorce - There'Ll Be No Way I Can Counteract This? (I Don'T Want To Sound Shallow, But I'Ll Be Earning Much More Than She Will Be, So Was Wondering If It'S Legal For Her To Just Divorce Me For The Money Or Does She Have To Have A Legitimate Reason)
3. If I Do Sign It, How Much Still Will I Have To Pay Her? What If Kids Are Involved.
I Appreciate Your Responses And Do Apologize For My Lack Of Knowledge Regarding This Matter.
1. Is having a prenuptial agreement considered to be rude and not trusting with your spouse in general? Do most people actually get it?
Some people consider a prenup as a sign that you're already anticipating the marriage will fail. Others think they make a lot of sense in terms of protecting your assets. Random people on the internet can't predict how your girlfriend will feel about it if you suggest signing one.
2. If I DON'T sign the agreement and somehow she decides to just divorce me for no reason other than obtaining my wealth - say she cheats on me and demands a divorce - there'll be no way I can counteract this? (I don't want to sound shallow, but I'll be earning much more than she will be, so was wondering if it's legal for her to just divorce me for the money or does she have to have a legitimate reason)
People can obtain a divorce simply based on the fact that they no longer wish to remain married. No reason needs to be given. So yes, I suppose your future wife could just divorce you "for the money" and you wouldn't be able to stop her. You can't force someone to stay married to you if they don't want to.
3. If I DO sign it, how much still will I have to pay her? What if kids are involved.
You need to understand that a prenup will only protect whatever assets you have before getting married. Whatever either you or your spouse acquire during the marriage is considered marital property that belongs to the two of you equally. If a divorce should occur, all marital property will be split equally between the two of you. So unless you're quite wealthy right now (not just anticipating that you'll be making a lot of money one day), it's probably a waste of time to get a prenup. If kids are involved, whatever the laws in your state say about custody, visitation and child support will apply. Nothing that is written up in a prenup has the power to override existing legislation.
In a nutshell, marry a woman who is not a gold-digger. Don't marry someone because she's sexy or because she's willing to put out. Marry someone who has kindness, loyalty, respect, class and a sense of humor. That kind of woman is most likely to be the kind of woman you'll actually spend the rest of your life with. Also, work on your own insecurities. You are worrying about losing money you haven't even made yet. Doesn't that seem a little over the top to you in terms of unfounded paranoia?
I Need To Know The Top Rated Child Custody Attorneys For Harris County Texas?
Looking For The Best Child Custody Attorney In Harris County
With complete documentation and reasoning several attorneys will work..When I looked up Harris County this link is what came up first in a search...http://attorneypages.com/543TX2655/index...
1. Most will offer a 1 time meeting at no charge...ask them about your situation and how they have handled it in the past and what the outcome was..
2. Interview several as this is going to be your partner throughout the entire custodial battle. This one and any in the future.
3. Ask about retainer fees and payment arrangements before you sign the contract....Make sure that a retainer fee will continue your relationship until a new order needs to be written that it does not expire with an Order or Stipulation.. This is one that is important and can save you thousands as some Attorneys will start a new retainer with each new issue that arises..
Affordable Legal Aid For Child Custody Modifcation?
I Have An Existing Court Order With The Ex, It Is A 50/50 Arrangement, Both Physical And Legal. I Want To Get This Changed To Full Legal And Physical Custody As I Have Evidence He Is Using Drugs.
Is A Modification Slightly More Expensive Than The Original Agreement? I Am Needing Legal Aid, Or I Might Try To Do This Myself.
Thanks For Your Advice
The price of it depends a lot on how much he decides to fight you. It could simply be a couple hundred dollars if an attorney writes up a petition, files it with the court and your ex doesn't fight it. But if he decides to fight it, you could be in and out of court for months and it could get very expensive.
What is he like? Some men will sign over custody without a court battle if they know they will lose. Others will fight with everything they can. If he is the fighting type, you need an attorney.
If you are low income, you may qualify for free legal aid from the state. You should be able to contact any state agency and get a list of resources for low income families. They won't fight as hard for you as a paid attorney, but they could help get all of the paperwork filed. But if your ex decides to fight it, I'd recommend getting another attorney.
My advice would be to meet with a couple of attornies. They will usually do a consultation with you for free and let you know how solid your case is and let you know what the price range will be. Go to a few different lawyers and decide which one will fight the hardest for your children. I found out the hard way that you often get what you pay for - and I had to spend more with a different attorney to try to fix the mistakes of my first one. Sometimes spending more money upfront can save you a lot of money in the long run.
I'm wishing you the best of luck!
What Are The Service Dog Laws In Tennessee?
I'm Going To Tennessee In January With My Medical Alert Dog. I'm Told They Have Slightly Different Laws There And I Haven't Been Able To Find Them.
Btw-There Is A Web Address That Looks Like An Ip Address That Supposedly Leads You To The Laws, But It Does Not Work.
Hello My name is GeorgeAnna L. Bell
I am a Nationally Certified Dog Obedience Instructor Training Service Dogs for a living. All the laws are Federally Mandated. State just makes laws better. If you have questions about the laws in TENN contact the Attorney Generals Office
Robert E. Cooper, Jr.
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Laws that protect the rights of people with disabilities
who have trained service animals
The federal civil rights law, the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title III, 28 CFR Sec 36.104, defines a service animal as any animal that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability (the disability might not be visible). By law, a service animal is not considered a pet. Most service animals are dogs; they can be any breed or size, and are not legally required to wear special equipment or tags. The ADA does not require proof or “certification ”of the service dog’s training. Service animals are trained to do specific tasks for the benefit of people with physical or mental impairments.
Federal (e.g., 28 CFR Sec 36.302) and state laws protect the rights of individuals with disabilities to be accompanied by their trained service animals in taxis, buses, trains, stores, restaurants, doctors’ offices, schools, parks, hotels and other public places. Federal laws which protect individuals with disabilities include the ADA; the Fair Housing Amendments Act (1988); Sect. 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973); The Air Carrier Access Act (1986), and other regulations.
State and local laws* which protect the rights of individuals who have disabilities to be accompanied by their service animals are (fill in the code numbers of the laws that apply):
*NOTE: If federal and state or local law conflict, the law that provides greater protection for the individual with the disability will prevail. For example, if state law grants access only by service dogs that do guide work, and the service dog in question performs work other than guide work, federal law will apply. The person with the disability must be permitted access with the service dog.
The person who is accompanied by the service animal is responsible for its stewardship (behavior, care and well-being), must obey animal welfare laws (such as leash, cruelty or other similar regulations), and is liable for any damage done by the service animal.
For more information about service animals, visit the
Delta Society® National Service Dog Center® on
Delta’s web site: www.deltasociety.org
About the ADA, contact the U.S. Department of Justice
ADA Information Line 800-514-0301 (V); 800-514-0383 (TDD)
About state and local laws, contact the
State Attorney General’s Office
To be a little more helpful here is Tennessee's Attorney Generals Office Numbers:
Opinion Request Line (615)741-2518
Public Information Officer (615)741-5860
Tobacco Unit Hotline (615)532-9480 or 1-800-890-8366
Consumer Protection (615)741-1671
Victim Information Services (615)532-1971
Do I Need To Get Legal Advice?
I Owned A 2007 Elantra And Traded It In Almost 3 Months Ago For A Mitsubishi. I Had Made The Payment On The Elantra A Few Days Before I Had Traded It In. But I Still Had Not Finished Paying Off The Loan When I Traded It In. I Got Financed For The New Vehicle And Was Waiting To Come In To Sign The Paper Work. I Did Not Hear From The Dealership For Almost A Week So I Went In To Ask What Was Going On And They Told Me That The Financing Did Not Go Through So I Sat At The Dealership For About 8 Hours And Finally Got Another Bank To Finance. We Filled The Paperwork Out And Signed Everything And Was Good To Go. I Went Home And And About Two Weeks Later I Had Lost My Job Due To An Excessive Amount Of Employees. The Next Day After Being Laid Off I Went To The Dealership To Pick Up My Old Plates And When I Got There They Had Told Me That The Bank That Was Financing Me Decided That They Did Not Want To Because I Was A Temporary Employee And So I Told Them That I Had Lost My Job The Day Prior And They Said Well Find A Job In A Week And We Will Get It You Financing. So I Found A Job A Week Later And Went Back In And They Couldnt Get Me Financed. I Tried To Get My Old Car Back That I Traded In And My Downpayment ($4000) And They Would Not Give My Car Or My Down Back. Finally After Fighting For Two Weeks I Went In And Told Them That If I Didnt Get My Car And Money Back That I Would Take Further Action And So They Told Me To Come In The Next Day At 10Am And They Would Give Me My Down And Old Car Back. I Went In At 10 And They Told Me To Come Back At 130 And They Would Have The Check Cut And Ready To Go, So I Did. When I Came Back The Manager Said That He Had Found A Better Deal Than What I Had Before...Keep In Mind This Is About 2 Months Later And I Had Not Made Any Payments On The Elantra Because The Dealership Had The Elantra The Whole Time And The Bank Started To Call Me And Harrass Me Even Though I Did Not Have My Car And They Would Not Give It Bac, I Thought I Was To Get My Check Back So I Could Make My Payment For The Next Month And Catch Up Until I Went In And They Said That They Found A Deal For Me. So I Resigned The Paperwork And They Said That They Would Have The Elantras Loan Paid Off By The End Of The Week And That We Wouldnt Have To Worry About It Anymore. Its Been Almost 3 Weeks And They Have Still Not Paid The Elantra Off And I Have Been Being Harrassed By The Bank Even Though I Do Not Have The Elantra And Have Not Had It For Almost 3 Months Now. The Bank Is Saying That It Is My Responsibility To Have The Dealership Pay Off The Elantra And That I Am To Still Make Payments On The Elantra Even Though The Paperwork Has Been Signed And The Trade Agreement Is Final. I Was Told That I Would Be Reimbursed But I Dont Believe Them. I Recieved A Phone Call From The Bank And The Finance Person At The Mitsubishi Dealership And They Told Me That I Needed To Make A Payment On The Elantra, So I Did... Which Was $300 And They Said That I Would Be Fine Till It Was Paid Off... Now The Bank Wants Me To Pay Them $1000 By The 18Th And I Dont Have The Money For That And They Also Sent Me A Letter Saying That If I Didnt They Were Going To Repo The Elantra. I Have No Idea What To Do. Can Anyone Help Me?
First off, I feel bad for you. You tried all the things from your side but were deceived by a very VERY bad dealer.
You are the victim of Spot Delivery. See this link.
You do have to seek legal advice ASAP. Also in the mean time you can try BBB as well. The Legal Counsel might be able to help nail the Dealer's license. With a good Counsel, you will be able to get your down payment,& your Elantra back.
On the Flip side, you are also to blame for the state of the affairs with the existing Elantra's finance company. You should have known that you don't have the title to that car for a reason. Until you are done paying, that car is bank's property. So you must pay their dues every month until they are paid off by the dealer or you. The moment deal on the Mitsubishi went south, you should have intimated them. Now your recourse is to sit with them and explain the situation. Be nice and see if you can reduce the $1000 amount to a reasonable amount. Provided you really can't put up that kind of money. Whatever you do, avoid that REPO at all costs.
Look, all they want is their money back. If they get decent assurance from you that going forward you will make good, they will give you a chance. They are likely to be sympathetic to you. Make sure you are on your best behavior & request them to give you a break. I am sure they will provided you have been good with your payments so far.
Good luck to you.
2 Part Family Law Question, Regarding Child Custody?
1. In The State Of California Is It True That One Parent Cannot Move To Another State (From California To Oregon) Without The Permission Of The Other Parent?
2. If One Of The Parents Is Incarcerated (In California) Do They Automatically Have To Give Up Their Parental Rights Making It Alright To Take His/Her Child To Oregon Without Their Permission?
yes, you need permission to move a child to another case unless you have court ordered sole custody and the other parent has no visitation. The court will keep you from moving to make sure the non custodial parent is still in the child's life.
However, IF the other parent is in jail for an extended period of time then it would be pretty easy to get permission to move since they don't see the kid anyway.
Being in jail does not automatically give up your custody that has been court ordered.
However, I HIGHLY encourage you to get the court ordered modified to sole legal custody, no visitation. When that person gets out of jail they will owe a lot of child support, so why terminate their rights totally? if you terminate their rights you terminate their child support obligation.