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  1. Mar 18,  · Can a court force a divorce on an uncooperative spouse? Long story short, can a divorce be forced on a party if the spouse is being uncooperative and will only go infront of a judge (even with uncooperative spouse's attorney is having trouble getting them to cooperate)?
  2. Mar 04,  · If one spouse files for divorce and the other does not want it, its considered contested. A contested divorce requires a lawyer, takes a LOT of time to go through, costs times more than an uncontested divorce, causes extra emotional pain and stress, etc. in the end the divorce almost always gets finalized anyway.
  3. Question. All settlement attempts have failed with my ex-wife, including one that we both agreed to but she backed out at the last minute.. I believe it is because I refused to provide the answers to certain questions of the interrogatories because I do not want to them to become part of the divorce file and thus, a public record. I will answer them for her, but I don’t feel these answers.
  4. Some dismiss divorce settlements as just a piece of paper. While in very literal terms this is true, there are invisible legal forces that are at your disposal as well, to the extent that you and your ex have agreed in court (or mediation). The important thing to learn now is how to exercise said forces when there is a violation of the settlement.
  5. FORT KNOX, KY – In an effort to increase soldiers’ interchangeability and world-wide assignment eligibility, the Army has announced that married individuals will no longer be considered for enlistment, and all active-duty married soldiers must divorce their spouses within thirty days or be subject to administrative separation in accordance with AR Dependents must return to their.
  6. Because a military divorce requires special knowledge of laws that don't apply to civilian divorces, it's wise to speak with an experienced divorce lawyer who handles such cases. An experienced, local divorce attorney can help you understand the different laws that may apply, your rights as member of the armed forces, and more.
  7. As it turns out, it’s really hard to compare the military divorce rate to the civilian divorce rate. For one thing, they are tracked differently, by different agencies (and in some states, civilian divorces actually aren’t tracked at all). For another, if we just put one divorce rate next to the other, we’re comparing “apples to oranges.”.
  8. Your divorce may be your first encounter with the legal system (except for that appearance or two in traffic court). Understandably, the prospect of dealing with lawyers, courts, and legal mumbo jumbo can be intimidating. One of the best ways to steel yourself for .

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