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How can I stop a divorce that''s already been filed?

A:  Most courts will not prevent a divorce based on the public policy that parties should not be held in a marriage against their will. If it is your husband''s will to legally sever his ties to you, he has the right to do so. Outside of a change of heart, or some moral or religious compunction that will make him reconsider his decision, you really do not have a legal recourse to prevent the divorce. If your husband decides to continue with the marriage, he then can stop the divorce from being finalized. If your husband decides to stop the divorce, he can withdraw the petition or get a notice of revocation. In some cases,...

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How can I obtain a divorce from a legal separation in ct?

A:  I would assume that you would have to file a separate divorce action against your spouse. Now that you have a legal separation, you need to commence an formal action for divorce. This is done by filing (with the court) and serving a Summons and complaint for divorce. Your grounds will be that you were living separate and apart pursuant to a judgment of separation. The relief, in terms of the prioperty settlement will be based upon the Judgment of separation. The problem here is that once the separation was obtained, why wasn''t a divorce obtained at the same time? Now you have to start a second action to finish the job. However, as the separation agreement is in force, it is likely that...

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Can you drive a automatic car with a manual driving licence?

A:  Yes, that''s perfectly legal. However, it doesn''t work the other way around. You cannot drive a manual if you passed your test in an automatic. You have to take an additional test to be able to drive a manual after you pass in an automatic. This will be added to your licence when you pass. It''s a rare occurrence though, instructors will generally insist on getting you through in a manual car. If you come from another country (ie USA) and have passed in an automatic (My sister did this) it''s necessary to take another test to be able to drive a manual - otherwise you simply hire an automatic if you''re on holiday. If you''ve driven an automatic, you''ll know that it will sit in Drive on a hill and will not move until you press the accelerator. With a manual, you need to understand clutch...

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How to divorce my husband when I'm staying VietNam

A:  Before anything else, thanks for writing me at AllExperts.com again. answers: 1.- Yes. If you got marriage certificate and you are Mexican too, yes, you can get a divorce in Mexico. You can get the divorce sentence without his accept ONLY if your marriage was under Mexico City law. If you have a valid marriage certificate of Mexico City, no problem. 2.- Yes, you are right. If your son is under 7 years and you have not bad records in your life, no problem. 3.- Yes. If your divorce is valid in Vietnam and the sentence explain all reasons detailed, yes, is valid in Mexico too, previous translation to Spanish Language and with validation of Mexican Consulate...

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My husband wants the divorce and he wants sole custody of 2 years old daughter. I have 10 years green card.?

A:  Why don''t you write all of this down and tell the Judge. He sounds like a sicko. Don''t let him around your child. If he emails you bad stuff - keep copies to show the court. You need to get an attorney. Did you know in this country the male has to pay your legal fees if the judge orders it ? Did you know he HAS to support you for life ? Did you know in this country he can''t take your kid from you unless you are REALLY bad ? FREE ATTORNEY that he has to pay for. Don''t believe his lies. He has to support his child and you ! Reference this site for free legal advice. I ran across this site when I was looking for legal advice. It is free and has real / licensed lawyers. Donít forget, lawyers will meet with you for an initial meeting for...

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How do you forgive someone for treating you as a commodity?

A:  There is no need to forgive them, unless you really want to? You owe them nothing. They adopted you without your consent. I hope you can find your real family. Good luck. I''ve said it once and I''ll say it again... Growing up in the suburbs with people who love you is not trauma. Yawn.... You''re life, you decide how you want to live it. If you able to move out and support yourself and search then do so. I''m sure there are ways to start it yourself if they won''t help you... Taking it out on other adoptive families can be seen as acting just like you say your Aparents are. Seriously you need counseling not the answer section on Yahoo. I wish someone had thought I was worth spending 30Grand on. My bio mother and her sperm donor wouldnt have paid a fiver for me....

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I am not sure if my husband is cheating, pls. I need your input to this...?

A:  You should call the number. And check his phone records to see if he called it or the cell. If he took a 3 day break, he probably cheated. He knows you don''t want to believe it and he is counting on that. Sorry. If he wasn''t cheating, he wouldn''t have hid that from you. Is it really intuition when you find out he took time off work without your knowledge AND you didn''t notice he was off, and you find an unexplained cell phone underneath his car seat? This is just common sense that something is going on here. There is no ''type'' who would cheat. Anyone is capable of doing it. You''ve already brought 2 suspicious things to his attention and he has given lame excuses. You should be trying to gather hard proof at this point. I doubt he''s telling you the truth....

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A baby before marrige! What do you mean?

A:  I think if he can afford to live with you and provide for you, he can afford to get marry. What that means to me ? He does not want to marry. Now or ever. Do not have a child with him. If he won''t marry you after 6 years, and his Mom wants a grandchild from you without marriage ? I would seriously re-consider the relationship. Maybe he and his Mom will keep the baby and kick you out of the house or something. Are you living in a country where the Father (only) has rights to the children ? If so, that could easily happen to you. As soon as you have the baby (without marriage) he will take it and disown you. In the USA they have common law marriages. I don''t know if they have that in the country you are living in. You might want to research that since you have...

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I need your LEGAL help!! I am running my sisters business, now my brother in wants to sue me, can he?

A:  Depending on the state has a marital property law, it might be that the brother in law has a fiduciary interest even if he isn''t the owner. However, if she is the owner of the business and takes your side, no attorney will want to touch the case if he tries to hire one. Make sure you keep good records to support that you are running the business in an honest way. Balderdash, mine was better. He can try to take you to court, but if he has not interest in the business (not an owner, not an operator, not a client, not a supplier), you can get it thrown out pretty quickly, even a paralegal should be able to help you file the defense papers asking for summary dismissal. In the meantime, please draw up a contract between you and your...

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Can you ask for another deposition

A:  Hi...I tried to change lawyers after my Deop, and most of the lawyers did not want to take my case,BUT,it does not mean that it's impossible. I only tried about 3 lawyers, and most of them JUSt wanted to see what the case was all about, one lawyer was downright disrespectifull to me. As far as I know, (and this is not legal advice), if you have more information, it could be introduced at your court hearing's, or trial, BUT, if will become an issue of why it was not in the Depo. You answer of "I forgot" may be enough depending on what the information is...... "I was wondering if you told your attorney you forget to include some information at the deposition, can...