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How much time will my husband have to serve in ventura county jail if i was sentenced to 10 days with 3 days time served credit

A:  If he was sentenced to ten days he should be out on Saturday the 27th but would you please check your question. It sounded like you were sentenced but he did the time....

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Women: how much quality time does your husband spend with you everyday?

A:  After work he goes to the gym and than he is home with us. Kids in bed about 8 and then its just him and I. We spend every evening and weekend together except unless if he gets called out and the occasional times we are out without the other which is no more than a handful of times a year. Depends on the day, but generally, I get home at 5:20, he is usually home by then, and we spend time mostly together until he has to go to bed at around 9/9:30 (he gets up at 3:30am). On the weekends, we generally spend the entire day together. We try to spend our evenings together; our schedules are so hectic everyday, so we make that time:) Does bitching about everything before he gets both feet in the door count as ''quality time''? about 4 hrs a...

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How much time is my husband looking at if he has 2 charges?

A:  His charges are aggrevated robbery with a deadly weapon and burglary of vehicle...

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Marriage in trouble; husband threatens to divorce?

A:  Im having trouble with the ''conjugal rights'' segment of your comments. Im shocked, that in India, a husband can divorce you and maintain congugal rights. Incredible. I''d go ahead and unload this guy. This in-law problem isnt going to go away. And with the abuse now going on, it could get ugly. Think of your son first - What is best for him Yourself second - What is best for me Your husband last. Sounds like you are in a good spot. If you husband treats you badly, take the divorce happily. Or you could begin a massive campaign of self improvement to make yourself more attractive to your husband and see what...

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contesting my divorce with children

A:  Are you saying that you are still married and your husband filed for divorce and you don''t want that or is there something about your divorce that isn''t right? Here''s the general rule about court... if one party has a lawyer and the other dosen''t the party with the lawyer will win. Can you give a little more detail because from just those sentences it looks like this could turn messy fast. My husband left me over three years ago. We have had relations up until two months ago. He found a new woman and filed for divorce along with wanting more time with the children. He has only taken them on weekends and now is...

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I live off post my husband wants a divorce can he make me leave?

A:  Contact your husband''s commanding officer and tell him that your husband wants you to leave him penniless so he can be with his girlfriend. Give him a copy of those naked pictures your husband''s girlfriend gave you. I am sure he would like to know what kind of soldier he has working for him. Also, your husband cannot make you leave and he can''t leave you without anything either. Contact legal aid and see if you can get a lawyer to help you so your husband doesn''t take complete advantage of you. And refuse to leave the family home. Since you are off-post, he can''t make you and if he tries or he locks you out, call the cops. Oh, and don''t...

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husband filed for divorce...devastated I dont think I can make it through this?

A:  Wow, you actually had some really nice people answer your question. I am so glad no one has been cruel to you like they are sometimes. I am so sorry that he did this to you...that he had the emotional affairs and that he has decided to call it quits without even giving this relationship a second chance. He is the one that drove it in the ditch, yet he has YOU blamed for kicking him out? That''s very unfair and it is not unlike someone who cheats like that to find ways to blame others for what ''they'' did. He doesn''t want to take responsibility because taking responsibility means that he might have to change something about himself. This tells me that you are better off without him even though you are hurting right now. I know he says that maybe someday you can...

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How do you go on with your life knowing your husband wants a divorce?

A:  I know it is hard. But here''s the thing. He''s not committed to you. He threw you out and he''s telling you he wants a divorce. If you don''t want a divorce then don''t get one. Don''t make any big decisions until you are ready. divorce is a big step and it sounds like you aren''t ready for it. So this is what you do: you let him know what a divorce feels like. He''s asking you for it - now he gets to see what it will be like. Don''t talk to him. Don''t call him. Don''t drive by the house to see what he''s doing. If he calls you tell him that you don''t think talking to him is a good idea and HANG UP. Go get counseling and do the right thing for your daughter. Put your wedding ring in the...

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How much time it takes for a mutual divorce.?

A:  um kool from the date of filing after the expiry of 6 months a date is fixed as hearing date (this date will be known on the date of filing itself) and a divorce decree will be passed by the family Court on the hearing date both the parties have to appear and if they mutually agree for divorce.This 6 months time period is given as a chance for reconciliation for the parties to reunite. Advocate, High Court,Chennai a minimum of six months,the family court judge after a petition for mutual divorce is filed,gives a date after around six months so as to see whether the two can reconcile,then if the two still insist on that,it is granted, bindas is correct...

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My husband signed the divorce papers. How do I file them with the court?

A:  No one can answer that question because no one knows what the papers say. But more importantly, if I were you, I''d contact my old attorney and ask her to seek attorney''s fees from your husband, and review the papers that you got. At least try anyway. Did your attorney withdraw from the case? Because if not, you can''t file them anyway. If your attorney did withdraw, then the next question of course is what do the papers say? Absent any of that no one can answer. And if there are kids involved you may have to take a parenting class to finish it off. Again, you need to seek competent legal advice. Your attorney should be able to advise you, even if she can''t get paid at the moment. Finally, its possible your husband wants out NOW because...