since he isn't paying what the divorce judgement says he should).
He and his lawyer have now filed to annul my motion and have filed a motion to get my company pension and Quebec pension and RRSPs.
My question: Even if he signed off on my pension and RRSPs like I did his, can he NOW re-open the divorce judgement and claim them?
These are not, however, questions which will be resolved in the context of the divorce.
Assuming that there is nothing to divide and no support to pay, and both of you are willing to release each other from any obligations or liabilities resulting from the marriage, the best way to proceed is first to have a separation agreement drafted and signed containing all of the required release clauses.
Once the agreement is signed you and your wife should proceed by joint application for divorce.
Assuming that everything is done correctly (which is a big assumption if you do not use an experienced family lawyer) you should get your divorce in 3 to 4 months.
The objective of this paper is to have the reader a better understanding about Divorce if they will be in the side of the pro’s or anti’s. After reading it, the reader will have their own standpoint in life if they will be in favour of this Bill to be passed. It is expected that the reader will have own side for the forwarding of Divorce upon reading the whole material. The paper will give the reader on explanation and understanding of what will happen if this, Divorce Bill, will be passed in the Philippines. II. The Philippines is facing the reality that most of the people are in favor of this Bill. Filipinos, rich or poor, young or old, everyone has a different way of thinking and would therefore lead them to have different decisions and different ways of weighing their options. This could also be related to the issue about the Divorce Bill in the Philippines. T
The divorce bill could be offset partly by the UK’s share of EU assets, rebates and budget receipts. Some could be immediate deductions from the bill, while others could be longer-term payments over the next decade or more. Potential issues are:
Wallerstein, Ph.D., a psychologist who spent 25 years of her life studying the effects of divorce on children, and Sandra Blakeslee, a scientist writer who has spent nearly all of her profession writing for New York Times, wrote, “Each decision to divorce begins a long journey that holds surprising, unexpected turns.”....
Infidelity in marriage is a very serious offence and should not be taken for granted, it tortures the faithful spouse and lowers his/her self esteem, and furthermore is a sure-fire way and a gateway of contracting HIV/AIDS and STDs. Making divorce harder in such a scenario is calamitous to the faithful spouse, and the government on the other hand is helping to risk health situations.
In summary, reforms on making divorce laws harder appear to be not sincere as it is mostly driven by lawyers, social conservatives and religions. But be that it may, when marriages don’t work most lawyers, social and religious conservatives advocate for a divorce simply because, a man cannot be forced to be with a woman he doesn’t want to be with and similarly a woman cannot be force to be with man she doesn’t want to be with.
Within those couples going through divorce, Beverly Willet, a lawyer and writer for the New York Times declares that one million children will be affected annually.
You can do so now on the basis of your husband's adultery, or if you do not want to allege the affair as a ground of divorce, you can allege that you will be separated for one year by the time a divorce judgment is granted.
Your husband can be held to pay child support on the basis that he is the child's psychological father, even though he is not the biological father.
I would strongly suggest that you engage a lawyer.
My sister's husband is a lawyer, and my sister is a stay at home mom.
Over the past two years, my sister's husband has effectively imprisoned my sister in the sense that she has no access to funds, is not permitted to travel outside of Quebec with her children (her family lives in Ontario and Manitoba) and has been informed that, according to Quebec law, if she files for divorce she will be required to live within 30 km from the children's father.
Light and Taehyun (2010) further asserts that the expenses incurred in the process of divorce proceedings makes divorce so expensive to afford which is unpleasant to all. First it deprives the spouses and their children, and then it rewards the divorce lawyers handsomely, which ultimately makes the family lose a lot. Light and Taehyun (2010) advises that in this period of hard economic times, priority should also be placed on divorce costs.
Contrariwise, we all know that not all marriages work. There may be misunderstanding, infidelity, physical and emotional abuse. It would be worthless for a spouse to continue staying in a marriage where his/her rights and freedom are not acknowledged and respected. In such a case therefore, it will be prudent and fair that such a marriage to be terminated as the differences are incompatible. Making reforms harder for marriages that are characterized by abuse, abandonment, physical and emotional sufferings and torture will be the same as subjecting the victims to abusive marriages which is equivalent to life imprisonment. It would not be fair for the government to meddle with privates lives of its citizens, the citizens ought to be given freedom to make their own life choices inclusive of a decision of whom to live with at a given time.
I'm sure this is paranoia on her part, but he seems to have convinced her that he will be made aware of any such correspondence, as he is also a lawyer.
I would much appreciate your clarification on the following:
� with regards to the children, will she be required to remain within a certain distance of their father after a divorce?
� what is the likelihood of her losing custody of the children considering that he is the sole income earner?
Any advice you can offer would be very much appreciated.
Check with a lawyer in the country that you live in to see what the jurisdictional requirements for divorce are there.
The net value of these assets is divided (subject to various rules and possible exceptions) as of the date of divorce.
My understanding of the problem that you are facing is that the attorneys must determine what rules will apply for purposes of dividing the property of the parties.