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Holly Martin

My Husband and I Separated, He is a New Relationship and Wants Half the House

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: October 1, 2014

My husband and I separated two years ago and he is now in a new relationship and wants half the house. Will it affect his entitlement? We have slept in separate bedrooms etc for years as our relationship broke down a long time ago. If you and your husband are going to pursue an uncontested divorce, the division of assets… Read More

Holly Martin

Would A Divorce Allow My Spouse to File Chapter 7 Rather Than 13 Bankruptcy?

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: September 30, 2014

Would getting divorced allow my wife to file Chapter 7 rather than Chapter 13 bankruptcy? My wife owes 60k dollars of debt. I do not owe anything and have great credit. An attorney told us she can’t file Ch 7 because our combined income is too high. If we got divorced would that enable her… Read More

Holly Martin

Can I sue the hospital for the death of my husband 2007?

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: September 26, 2014

Following a fall in the hospital, despite the nurse being there, it took a doctor to examine my husband 54 minutes, at which point his GCS 5. An inquest was held & the pathologist explained that had my husband been treated sooner then he would have survived & that he had died following the fall… Read More

Mauria Kemper

Parental Alienation Part Two – Staying Vigilant

Author: Mauria Kemper|Posted on: September 17, 2014

In our last blog, Stephen talked about the dangers of parental alienation during separation and divorce. To recap, parental alienation is a form of emotional child abuse that can be subtle or overt where one parent belittles or vilifies the other parent to the child. Its harmful effects on children, including depression, substance abuse and… Read More

Holly Martin

Can My Wages Be Garnished By a Loan Agency or Bank?

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: September 10, 2014

About a month ago a lady from from a loan agency contacted my father and stated she was from a bank and needed to talk with me. My dad gave her my number and she called and pretty much demanded info from me and stated that if I don’t start paying a $100 they were going… Read More

Holly Martin

Can My Ex-Husband Voluntarily Sign Over Rights Because He Doesn’t Want to Pay Child Support?

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: September 5, 2014

I’ve been divorced for 4 years he has had no contact and has not paid support. He had his attorney Contact me saying he wants to relinquish his rights for the sole reason of not wanting to pay child support. I met with my attorney that said unless there is someone wanting to adopt the… Read More

Holly Martin

How Often Will My Baby’s Father Get Visitation?

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: August 29, 2014

How often will my 2 month old baby’s father get visitation? We have never been married, and he is not listed on the birth certificate but plans on being. Will he get every weekend or every other weekend? How does that work? He works all week but I only work 2 days a week at… Read More

Holly Martin

Can a Father Charged with Child Pornography get Visitation Rights?

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: August 29, 2014

Can a father that has been incarcerated since child was 4 weeks old and charged with child pornography get visitation? We were not married and paternity has not been established. He gets out in two months and is going to fight me for visitation and establish paternity. He has prior conviction of aggravated robbery and… Read More

Stephen Fisher

Are You Deliberately Driving a Wedge Between Your Children and Your Ex?

Author: Stephen Fisher|Posted on: August 15, 2014

The Dangers of Parental Alienation It’s easy to understand how the behavior can begin. An offhand negative comment born of bitterness over a marriage gone bad, something as simple as “Your dad is late to come pick you up – no surprise. He’s obviously not in any hurry to see you.” But before it starts,… Read More

Holly Martin

HAMP and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Know Your Rights

Author: Holly Martin|Posted on: May 27, 2014

In our last blog, we discussed the basics of the federal Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and how it can help homeowners reduce their mortgage payments and avoid foreclosure. Today, we’ll talk about a specific change in the HAMP program that can give homeowners an even greater chance to keep their homes. HAMP now allows… Read More

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