Question: I am active duty military deployed overseas and have a question concerning jurisdiction of a divorce case involving multiple states. We lived in Massachusetts for most of our married lives other than in North Carolina where we were stationed before my deployment. We agreed that while I was deployed …CONTINUE READING
Can You Modify Alimony Under A Different State’s Laws?
Question: My question is about alimony modification if the ex-spouse moves to another jurisdiction. There is no end date to the alimony I pay to my ex-wife, who has moved to another state to live with her boyfriend. Since there was no end date ordered in my divorce decree, can …CONTINUE READING
Requirements For Custodial Parent To Receive Child Support
Question: My daughter currently resides with me full-time and is no longer attending school, yet I am still paying child support to her mother – the supposed custodial parent. Does a child have to be enrolled in school and living with the custodial parent in order for my ex-wife to …CONTINUE READING
Divorce Laws: Can Both Parties File A Divorce Petition?
Question: Is it possible to have my wife’s petition for divorce withdrawn so that I can file my own petition? The information she swore to relating to the residency of our children during the legal separation period is absolutely false.CONTINUE READING
Is It Abandonment If One Party Moves Out of State?
Question: My ex and I have joint physical and legal child custody of our son. However, she has moved out of state saying she would return periodically for visitation. Is she allowed to move out of state without the court’s permission? Would this be considered abandonment by ignoring the court …CONTINUE READING