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I need to serve my husband divorce papers , do i need a special form to have him sign?

A:  have a process server (from the court) deliver them. Thats the best way. Otherwise you can not really prove he ever got them. Its not expensive at all and sometimes they are included with your attorneys fees. Depending on where you live divorces don''t have to expensive. You have to file papers with the court, then have the papers served to your husband, if he doesn''t react, or disagree in any way, it''s a straightforward process, within I think 30 days, your divorce is declared final, and you can get a divorce certificate a few weeks later. It costs about 200 for the papers, and about 200 to file them in court. Look at: http://www.

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We need a copy of my husband divorce decree the one that happen in 2002, what did he need and how much it will cost ? tks so much. Laura

A:  HIRE A lawYER!!!! Your issue is LEGAL!! Get some Legal help today!!! Got $1000 retainer and $150 per HR? NO??...Can you Afford $36.00 Down and $26.00 per Month!!!? Here is a 38 yr old NYSE Company that lets YOU Hire a law Firm for $26.00 per Month!!! NO Credit Check!! NO Contract!! ALL LEGAL ISSUES They reversed a $9000 IRS Bill and SAVED MY HOUSE!! HERE is MY LEGAL AGENT! www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/sdekeyser Call the courthouse where the divorce was handled. You can get a copy at the Courthouse of whichever county the divorce was filed. Call the Clerk to inquire about their copying fees and also to check if the physical file is there, if it''s in storage, it will be ordered and typically...

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My husband divorce was finalized in Northern Nv. The chrildren live in southern Ca with their mother my mother n law would like to see her Grandchrildren on a once a month basis due to my husband and I leaving on a PSC move (military) overseas. Would or can she file for Grandparents rights in Ca or would she have to do it here in Nv?

A:  If the divorce was in Nevada, and the Father has remained in Nevada since then, Nevada maintains ''Exclusive Modification Jurisdiction.'' For an explanation, see the article titled ''The Basics of Family law Jurisdiction,'' on the Published Works page of our firm web site, at http://www.willicklawgroup.com/published_works. For information on grandparent (third party) custody and visitation rights, see http://www.willicklawgroup.com/child_custody_visitation. Finally, it is possible that within the next year Nevada will have passed a statute for your exact situation, specifying grandparent or other substitute visitation when a military member is deployed, so you may want to stay in touch with...

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My husband divorce for 29 yrs from his x wife state of Texas, they have 2 children the one passed away 18 yrs ago.My husband paid child support direct to his x wife, although he was supposed to pay direct to the clerk of court in Georgetown. At his daughter wedding in Mar of 88 he found out about the requirement to pay to the court. He send to a judge in the Williamson County court this proof of his payments. Nothing else was heard of for the past 20 years. This yrs he receive letter from Attorney General office after 29 yrs regarding child support they said my husband had debt $50,000 of which $32,000 was interest for child support.My husband called to the bank to ask his record the proof he sending money to his x wife by check. But the bank said they didn''t keep longer the record only 7 yrs. The garnishment effect last June 6, 2010 $1041 every month. his son now is 40 yrs old.It seems reasonable that if the support had not been paid a case would have been open a long time ago. What will we gonna do to stop this garnishment? cause the proof he had are gone now. My husband now are 66 yrs old and don''t have income only from his retirement..

A:  You need to hire a good lawyer in the Texas county where the last child support order came from. There is an opinion (which has itself been appealed to a higher court) here in Texas which indicates that the statute of limitations on collecting child support is ten years, because the Family Code says that each unpaid payment is a judgment. In another vein: If he sent something to a court in William son County in 1988, it may still be a part of the court''s record, and you might be able to get access to it....

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My husband divorced me a month ago but his father is putting blame on me by letters I have written to my husband and only to my husband. I truly want to let this matter go due to the fact that the divorce will be finalized anyway, but his father keeps saying that ''I''m out of character'' with whatever I say or write. Any advice?

A:  What this father has to say now would appear to be utterly irrelevant to anything which you should be even remotely concerned about (in my opinion). So, let these irrelevancies go....

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My husband divorced his first wife 30+ years ago. There was one child by this marriage. He remarried a few years later and he and his 2nd wife bought a home with both of their names on it. His 2nd wife later died with no children from this marriage. She had no children at all. Their wills gave the surviving spouse all assets. The will was probated with testamentory letters given, but her name was not removed from the house deed. We later met and married. His 2nd wife''s name is still on the house deed. We have since paid the house off. Our wills also leave everything to the surviving spouse. Do we need to get his 2nd wife''s name off the deed/house property records? Does mine need to be put on the house deed? If so, how do we do this? I have 2 children and he has 1 by his first marriage. By out wills, when we both die, all 3 children will get whatever assets remain.

A:  If letters were issued recently, then the executor can draft an executor''s deed, to accomplish the terms of the will....

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What if i was in aiken sc and my husband was in arkansa and he got a divorce ,i had no knowledge of it .

A:  ? then while you were in aiken, ur husband got a divorce in arkansas and you didn''t know....

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I have a mental illness & my husband has been using his knowledge of it to render me suicidal in our divorce. Any CA laws against this?

A:  You need to consult with your divorce Attorney ... ASAP ! Yeah, it falls under mental distress, tell your lawyer what''s going on. Let your divorce attorney know that you are being harassed. Make a log of the events that you consider harassment, including the time, date and circumstances, and as closely as you can, log the precise words and actions and provide it to your attorney....

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Hi, can you tell me if a recorded telephone call between me and my ex husband that he had no knowledge of would be admissible in court. We both live in Nevada

A:  Short answer: probably not. Nevada is a ''two-party consent'' State. There are exceptions (messages left on phone recorders, or recorders used in open room as opposed to intercepted phone calls. See State by state legal guide for wiretapping/phone call taping: http://www.rcfp.org/taping/index.html....

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Can your husband divorce you in las vegas without consent?

A:  can your husband get a divorce in las vegas without your consent...