I am filing for a divorce for domestic abuse, adultery and abandonment, can i get spousal support if he earned more money than me the 7 years we were married?
Yes, you can. It just depends on the state you are in. Each state has its own rules about alimony, how much is awarded, for how long, etc.
If you earned more money than him its quite likely you’d be awarded it, but again, it just all depends on your state’s laws.
Now, whether or not he’s going to pay it is another story. If he’s that swell of a guy, he’ll most likely avoid paying it. However if you have court ordered alimony and he refuses to pay it, he can get hard… (again depending on the state) he can have his drivers license revoked, or worse, put in jail!
Anyone knows how a divorce process works & forms needed in the province of Manitoba?
if both of us agreed to have an "uncontested divorce" which means no payment of alimony, no division of property, and no custody of children involved, is it going to be an easy divorce for me?
Call your local court to find out what forms you need to file.
If you’re not a lawyer, but need to learn that stuff, because you’re separated from your spouse and headed towards divorce, what is the best website to get the best and clearest information for different states? Especially if you might move to a different state soon, and might get divorced a year or two later, and want to make sure you understand the rules before moving to a state where they could be a big problem.
I use Google a lot, because I find not just the legal statutes, but case law for that state that might imply changes to the written statutes.
Preferably one who is very experienced in custody issues and will fight! Needed in San Mateo County.
Check with your local Bar Association. They can give you a list of Lawyers who specialize in that field.
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I’m not sure how long it will take to finalize the divorce. I love my child and want the best for her. I just don’t know how much I should give until the courts decide.
What is the average percentage of your income to go towards child support? I live in FL.
Ah Ha! Been there and doing that. Go to the DOR (Department of Revenue) link on myflorida.com. You’ll find a table that the state uses to compute child support. The percentages go up per child obviously but 1 child = 33%. The top is 55% of your salary for childsupport only but then they can add in insurance, day care costs plus other things like medical bills. Good luck. I applaud you for caring enough. I’ve been paying for 10 years and never missed a payment.
do i have to file a "information on suit affecting the family relationship form" if I am filing my own uncontested divorce with no children in the state of texas?
there are a lot of pages you have to fill out..if you are missing even one paper or they are not in order…it will be thrown out. The judge does not accept just generic forms. Alot of forms do not pretain to a texas divorce.Alot of people out there selling alot forms for every state…look for forms state specific.
Most judges hate forms just handwritten. All he wants to see handwritten is your signature and your husband’s signature in the PROPER places.
Before you turn them in ask the clerk if you have all the necessary papers.You’ve got to get them past her/him,before they are sent to the judge.
I would include the information form.