My son and his ex wife are divorced and have joint custody over their 4 year old daughter. She is moving 60 kilometers away with her new boyfriend. This way my son will not be able see his daughter during the week when she is in school. My question is…… can she do this, doesn’t seem fair when he has been a great dad.
My wife kicked me out of our jointly owned home and I am now renting an apartment while we settle our divorce. I thought I read somewhere that the cost of my rent should be a shared expense. Is that true?
I have been instrumental in raising my grandson, he is now 6 years old. My daughter moved out with him a year ago to her boyfriends house and I still saw him quite a bit. Recently my grandson has been trying to leave home to come live with me and when my daughter asked me to come tell him he couldn’t, he told me things that clearly suggest verbal and physical abuse. I spoke to my daughter about it and she has said I can never see my grandson again. There is much more to this, but in a nutshell, as a grand parent I have no rights unless I can get leave of the court to bring an application for access or custody. If I go this route, can I win? Is there any case law about this? Assuming I am telling the truth, Is this a case you would take on? If so, how much would I need to pay upfront?
I’m not on the deed or on the mortgage of the house, we are still legally married and no separation has been filed and we are still married in the eyes of the law and courts, Do I have rights to be in that house? Cause he has kicked me out and I have no idea if what he is doing is legal, when it’s the matrimonial home. He also is trying to sell the house can he do this, with out my signature?
My spouse has committed adultery, is he still allowed to stay in the home? I want to know my legal rights. We have only been married 2.5 years and we have a prenup. He has no claims on the house.
My husband is a self employed high earner. Although I stay at home with young children now, I am on the payroll. Will the ” income” I receive really be counted as mine?
Also, what happens if he retires, sells his business or takes a lower paying job to avoid paying support?