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How to get a divorce with no money and there are kids envolved?

A:  I called Legal Aid.in my state.They sent me all of the paperwork and explained to me exactly how to present it.Everything was free and so was I after 6 years of separation. Your first priority is to look for work and if thats not possible you should be getting a pension for you and your kids. Your parents are letting you live with them ,take full advantage from there help and try to start saving. If your parents arn''t nagging for you to find a place ,just be happy and stay there for as long as it takes to get on your feet. Stop worrying at this moment about a divorce it really doesn''t matter one way or another . Get a divorce when you can afford one. If you want a house try to find one that you can afford . Dont...

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Should I get a divorce?

A:  Chewing tobacco which is 100% legal is a bigger issue than something that can get him tossed in jail if he''s caught with it? Your husband isn''t the only one with problems. You have your priorities a little mixed up. Frankly if you are willing to leave him over chewing tobacco then there isn''t much to your marriage to begin with. An addiction is an addiction. People can quit and seeking help can aid that. You seem to think your husband has made poor choices and now want to leave him. Doesn''t that mean you''ve made a poor choice too? What? Not so perfect after all? Let the thumbs down fly. I really don''t care. I understand and cant agree with you more on the chewing tobacco. But if he is a good man other than...

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If the women does not like the man anymore, how does the women get a divorce with him?

A:  She gets an attorney and she files. She does not need his consent to get a divorce. She will get it whether he wants it or not. Whether he wants a divorce or not you don''t have to stay with him. you have a few options. you can file straight away if he''s commited adultery. or you can file sighting unreasonable differences, both of these can be started straight away. There are two other options i think, one is to be seperated for two years and then file but that will require consent or you can be seperated for five years and you won''t need consent. hope thats helps. Noone has to stay married if there not happy. Good luck She contacts and attorney and follows his or her advice...a divorce...

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I have been married for 11.5 years and I have decided to get a divorce.?

A:  The year long waiting period is for a separation. Once the year is up, the divorce proceeds. But it is possible to skip the waiting period. My ex and I got together and drew up our own paperwork and paid an attorney a nominal amount to file it for us. All was said and done in 7 months. EDIT: We were married for 14 years, no children. He kept everything with his name on it and I kept everything with mine. In addition, I gave up spousal support, his pension and a recent inheritance. He signed the house over to me. Once I got over the emotional part of it (he cheated), it was just about being fair in the division of assets. Who says you have to wait a year?? Typically, there is a 60 day waiting period if there were no children born into marriage, and 6 months if there...

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Should I get a divorce?

A:  I have to agree with the poster who commented on yoru unpunctuated wall-of-text...seriously, it''s very difficult to read here so if you want proper attention to your issue please spell correctly, use punctuation, and paragraphs...otherwise it''s hard for the eye to follow... To address your subject line, you need to do what is best for you...only you know what you find acceptable or not, and what you are both willing to work on (even if you need to get professional counseling)...I don''t believe marriages should just be tossed aside for minor issues, but sometimes couples realize they made a poor choice and aren''t the good match they thought they were... So you guys really didn''t now much about each other before you married? And now you are having problems with...

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My husband is on disability and refuses to work. He can do alot but just refuses.?

A:  It sounds to me like he is depressed. I think you should see if you can get him to see a therapist. Since he is on disability, he is probably eligible for it. Not working and bringing home money really hurts a guy. Be patient. Love your man in sickness and in health. Get him to a doctor for a full workup. Peace. kick his lazy azz out and divorce him. and report him to the insurance co. for fraud. when he has to pay you child support or go to jail that will be plenty motive for him to get a job. look into depression sounds like he needs a doctor to help out dont give up yet. Dang. What a turn off. He doesn''t motivate...

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I need to learn driving and get a license before i kill somebody out of frustration?

A:  The 8 hour course is mandatory so there is no way for you to get your license in the state of Connecticut without taking the course. Without knowing the full details of how your state issues licenses, I would say this is just part of the process which probably includes a written test, an eye exam, and a behind the wheel driving exam. You have to have so many hours in the car learning to drive before getting a license. There''s no way around it. Forget driving, go to a marriage guidance, or anger management course, enjoy your child.. 8 hrs doesnt have to be continuous/they chop it up/2hr segments...

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Why am I afraid to get a divorce?

A:  Why do you call yourself a failed wife. Wouldn''t that be failed husband. You have done nothing wrong. Tell him to go to marriage counseling with you. If he won''t go, go yourself. Learn some coping skills. Peace. You should not be ashamed. You are a woman who deserves respect. Carry some confidence and be proud of your life and your children. You can contact the program ''Cheaters'' and they will find out for you but that only puts it on national television for your children to watch. Being a single mom would be better because your kids will grow up thinking that you were a strong woman to leave and support them. Your children will always love you and view you as a mother who chose the best for her family. Leave now and one day, you will find a wonderful new man...

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If you get a divorce and get a house from the divorce and get remarried can your new spouse win the house in a?

A:  I am not certain which country you are writing from, and therefore which legal system. However, under UK law the house was given to her as part of the settlement from the first divorce. The divorce settlement of the second marriage can only divide all the assets of That marriage. In principle, as the house was hers before she went into the second marriage then is is not one of the assets of that second marriage. Therefore it does not have any bearing on the second divorce settlement, and it should remain hers. It depends on how she is currently holding title. If it''s just her on there the same way it was before she remarried then yes he could have an interest in the property. If she was...

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My parents are probably going to get a divorce.?

A:  Sorry this is happening in your family. Remember, do not take sides. Your parents have a marriage with 2 people, no one else. You are not married to your parents. And, it is really none of your business. I learned this the hard way. Don''t hate anyone. Why should you ? Marriages end all of the time, for all kinds of reasons. It is not your fault. Stay busy. Peace. I have a good advisor for you. Your mum shall read this ''Secure in Heart''. Sorry to hear of all your troubles. It will be hard, very hard. It will get better over time. Mine got divorce after being married for 22 yrs. I was 16 my world fell apart. I''m now 40 all 4 of us kids still really have problems with our Dad because he