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Child Support during separation period

Answered 7 days ago by attorney Domingo R. Castillo, Jr   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Divorce
More info necessary. I suggest you speak to a family law attorney in private to go over your options.
More info necessary. I suggest you speak to a family law attorney in private to go over your options.

If i dont have spouse address to serve her, how to proceed with divorce?

Answered 5 months ago by attorney Ronald Freeman   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Divorce
You can ask the court for an order to post the summons (service by publication) in a newspaper. If granted, you will be able to proceed by default if she fails to file an answer.
You can ask the court for an order to post the summons (service by publication) in a newspaper. If granted, you will be able to proceed by default if... Read More
Yes, you could ask the court for an order to serve the respondent by mail and then proceed by default.
Yes, you could ask the court for an order to serve the respondent by mail and then proceed by default.

Uncontested divorce vs dissolution

Answered 7 months ago by attorney Ronald Freeman   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Divorce
A uncontest divorce means that you and your wife are in agreement and have resolved any issues. A contested divorce means that you do not agree and you want the court to decided. Dissoultion of marriage is the legal process of filing for a divorce in California. All dissolution of marriage actions are either contested or uncontested. Based off of your post it seems that you two could file for a dissolution of marriage and then enter into a joint stipulation of judgment. ... Read More
A uncontest divorce means that you and your wife are in agreement and have resolved any issues. A contested divorce means that you do not agree and... Read More

Can I annull my marriage that happened a week ago?

Answered 7 months ago by attorney Ronald Freeman   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Divorce
If you believe that your marriage was based on fraud then yes you can and should file a nullity of marriage asap. 
If you believe that your marriage was based on fraud then yes you can and should file a nullity of marriage asap. 

Hi there! Anyone specialize In military divorce for spouses?

Answered 7 months ago by attorney Ronald Freeman   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Divorce
It sounds like you should file for divorce as soon as possible, request sole custody, and that you be awarded the home.
It sounds like you should file for divorce as soon as possible, request sole custody, and that you be awarded the home.
Yes, depending on the nature of the lawsuit you may have a storng arugment that it is community property, and that you are entitled to a 50% share. You can file for divorce and once served your husband would be restrained from disposing of any assests.
Yes, depending on the nature of the lawsuit you may have a storng arugment that it is community property, and that you are entitled to a 50% share.... Read More
You should request a continuance so that you can seek new legal counsel. 
You should request a continuance so that you can seek new legal counsel. 

Will I have to pay allimony and court fees

Answered 10 months ago by attorney Ronald Freeman   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Divorce
No you do not need an attorney, but you will regret not having one in the end. Yes, it's possible that you could be ordered to pay alimony, but, it's possible that he could be ordered to pay you as well. It sounds like you have a lot to lose and it would be in your best interest to hire an attorney to fight this case for you. Since the other party has an attonrey, it goes without saying that you should have one.... Read More
No you do not need an attorney, but you will regret not having one in the end. Yes, it's possible that you could be ordered to pay alimony, but, it's... Read More
It sounds like you will need to file a RFO for child custody and visitation. If you cannot afford to hire an attorney you should try the local self-help center at your County Courthouse.
It sounds like you will need to file a RFO for child custody and visitation. If you cannot afford to hire an attorney you should try the local... Read More