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After being divorced for almost 15 years can I now get joint custody of my daughter?

2012-10-19T06:17:05.378-07:00

Question by paul s: After being divorced for almost 15 years can I now get joint custody of my daughter? I have been divorced for 15 years and my ex-wife has full custody of my daughter. She does not have legal guardianship but I think she is applying. My 21 year old daughter is handicapped and is uncapable of making decisions for herself. My question is what are my chances now of getting joint custody of my daughter and how long will it take and approx how much does it cost. I live in NY now but my divorce was from Florida. I would like to hear answers from attorneys or people familiar with family law. THANKS> Best answer: Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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After being divorced for almost 15 years can I now get joint custody of my daughter?

2012-10-18T22:13:13.863-07:00

Question by paul s: After being divorced for almost 15 years can I now get joint custody of my daughter? I have been divorced for 15 years and my ex-wife has full custody of my daughter. She does not have legal guardianship but I think she is applying. My 21 year old daughter is handicapped and is uncapable of making decisions for herself. My question is what are my chances now of getting joint custody of my daughter and how long will it take and approx how much does it cost. I live in NY now but my divorce was from Florida. I would like to hear answers from attorneys or people familiar with family law. THANKS> Best answer:

Answer by lucidwillow
I'm not a lawyer but I am certain you would have to prove your ex to be perversely unfit to win a case such as this. You have been divorced for 15 yrs and now you could per sue guardianship over your daughter the judge would wonder why now. I am sure you could find a lawyer to take the case but it could cost as little as 8,000 and go up from there.

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I Need help with divorce papers...?

2012-10-18T14:27:44.771-07:00

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Question by 4everlivin: I Need help with divorce papers...? Are there any attorneys out there from the state of Florida that can help me with this? I need to file a divorce and I don't know which papers to turn in. I have kids and we settled child support in court already, I don't want anything from him but the divorce. We have no debt or assets. Which papers do I need to turn in to file, can someone tell me the names of the papers. Best answer:

Answer by happy 1
if the divorce is going to be friendly then just go to your local court house. they will help you. you really don't need a lawyer. good luck.

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Q&A: If I give my father my power of attorney, can he appear as me in court?

2012-10-18T06:11:08.378-07:00

Question by Lani: If I give my father my power of attorney, can he appear as me in court? I have been having an ongoing issue with my ex-husband in collecting money for our children's college education. He agreed to pay half and it is documented in our divorce decree. We have been to court 3 times in the last 2 years and each time he has agreed to pay a certain amount. He and his lawyer have been provided with the account numbers for each child and I told them to email me and I would set up an authorized payee account so he could pay online directly. To date not a penny has been paid. The court is located in Springfield, Ohio and I now live in Orlando, Florida. Every time I have to go back to court to fight this, it requires me to fly back to Ohio, burn vacation time, and then nothing happens. If I sign a Power of Attorney over to my father, can he go in my place to these court proceedings? My lawyer retired last week and I really don't have the extra money to hire a new one at this point so I am basically representing myself pro se. All I want at this point is a wage garnishment to be paid directly to the student loans, or if that isn't possible, directly to me to distribute to the loans myself. I would have it go to the girls, but a wage garnishment, to my knowledge, cannot be split. Any advice would be appreciated. Best answer:

Answer by Sans Deity
No, power of attorney is for giving someone the ability to act as you when it comes to medical or financial decisions, not court proceedings. The only way your father could act in this manner would be if you were physically incapacitated, like being in a coma or something.

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I Lost my Job After my Wife and I Split - Do I Still Owe Child Support? FL Attorney Steven Kramer

2012-10-17T14:12:58.479-07:00

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www.orlandodivorcehelp.com Florida family law and divorce attorney Steve Kramer discusses owing child support even if you've lost your job. This is a common issue and it's important to know all the aspects of child support. If you lost your job, you're still required to pay child support. The courts deem that unless you have a disability, you are capable of making an income which means you're capable of paying child support. The court may decide to impute income to you, which is generally minimum wage. But you can be made to change your support if it can be proven that you're capable of earning more money. Watch the video now to learn more. For more information about family law and my firm, visit our educational website at http where we discuss child support and visitation modifications. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (877) 493-4847. I welcome your call. The Kramer Law Firm Attorneys & Counselors at Law Main Office 999 Douglas Avenue, Suite 3333 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 407.834.4847 Tampa Satellite Office 8875 Hidden River Pkwy, Ste 300 Tampa, FL 33637 813.975.7463 Downtown Orlando Office 37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 500 Orlando, FL 32801 407.834.4847



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Q&A: Where do I file a motion for a stay of court proceedings in florida?

2012-10-17T06:10:42.228-07:00

Question by irina p: Where do I file a motion for a stay of court proceedings in florida? It's about my mother's divorce proceedings. Her husband tried to divorce her quickly while she was in the hospital but she found out and demanded a court hearing because her husband took off with all her belongings and leaving her a huge debt. So, they had a mediation hearing and it was agreed betweenthem that he would pay her back in alimony. Well, when she rreceivedpapers from mediator to sign it stated that she was the one who was going to pay him an alimony. Mediator said it was a mistake. However, after they fixed an error husband refused to sign it. Well, in the meantime, my mom found out that he recently got married with another woman so it explained why did he wanted to get divorce with my mom so urgently. Mom just filed a motion for a stay on court proceedings based on her discovery of him being a bigamist. The Judicial Assistant returned her motion stating that she filed it wrong. Mom doesn't have an attorney neither does her husband. She needs help. Any suggestions what to do? Husband filed in Florida but we are in PA. Thanks. Best answer:

Answer by raichasays
Husband filed in Florida and that is the court handling the mediation procedures? If so, your mother has apparently consented to jurisdiction in Florida by participating so far. Any further action on the case happens there. But why does she want a motion for a stay of proceedings? To file for a stay, she has to have a good reason. Finding out that he is a bigamist is good evidence to get divorced, not to stop it. Seems to me she would want to resolve this and be divorced from this jerk. In my opinion, she figure out exactly what she wants from him (property, alimony, etc.) and file the paperwork in Florida to get a hearing to decide that.

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how to find good child attorney for child visitation?

2012-10-16T22:11:08.974-07:00

Question by : how to find good child attorney for child visitation? i went through a divorce starting 3 years ago. my ex husband is very violent. we have a child together. he is now 5 and he was just ordered to pay back child support. he is about thousands behind because he never paid a dime even when he was court ordered. the florida child support enforcement finally got a court date and made him pay. since then he ask to see my son , he never called or asked to see him untill he was ordered to pay back child support. i had my older daught to meet up with him so that he can see my son . and my ex husband had his sister with him and my daughter say the first few questions that she asked my saon was.... whats ur name? how old r u? what school do you go to? whats street is it on? kinda suspect!!!! and then the next few days my ex has been trying to get my son to take hime some where. how can i find a good attorney to handle this situation because he is up to something? he called his phone like 20 times and left pages to call back.. on a childs cell phone... . something is up... he has and older daughter from another woman who say that when she was younger her had to have supervised visits when he saw her. and i do know he is a pervert. ... is there a website that will provide me with a good attorney or give me info on what to do?/? Best answer:

Answer by Maxi
Why are you allowing visitation and contact if you know he is a pervert? Why would you need to get an attorney, unless you have been court ordered to allow visitation...refuse access and let him get the attorney and fight for visitation, then insist on supervised access only...but have your proof why you want it......and change your child's sim card

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Miami Divorce Attorney Raul Perez-Ceballos (786) 346-5616

2012-10-16T06:11:17.340-07:00

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Q&A: My husband says that if we were to divorce, I wouldn't get one red cent. Can he do this?

2012-10-15T14:13:51.677-07:00

Question by mrs.kinzey: My husband says that if we were to divorce, I wouldn't get one red cent. Can he do this? We live in Florida and my husband has made it clear that if we ever get divorced, I'll be sleeping in my car and won't see one red cent - ever! He'll drain the checking account (that he refuses to put my name on) and have his brother hold on to the $ until the divorce is final and in the meantime, he'll use that $ as needed to get a power attorney for himself. He feels that since he makes most of the $ , I don't deserve any because he says I wouldn't have saved any if I were single anyway. He also points out that he had the same amount in his account before we were married and therefore, a judge would rule in his favor regardless. We don't have any assets other than our cars. We rent apartments. I have an account, but he sees to it that it's always drained. I work part-time, so the $ that I deposit has to get used for whatever we need first - therefore, it's always drained. There are a lot of times when he transfers $ from his account to mine. I've been trying to get a full-time job, but the economy being what it is, no one wants to pay more than minimum wage and provide benefits that I would need. If I took my chances and walked out the door OR if he left, he has made it very clear that I'll be sleeping in my car because I'll have no money to take care of myself OR he'll leave me with all the bills including the rent and there's absolutely no way I can afford it. He says he'll go to the courthouse and file for separation and that that automatically makes the bills and my care my responsibility and not his. -letterstoheather, he's a narcissistic personality. We argue here and there and that's when the threats are made. oracleofohio, he makes it impossible to hide anything. He asks for receipts and won't give me that much cash at a time. I have to account for every cent I spend. A Canadian - I know what you're saying, but it usually takes 30 days to get in front of a judge here in our county. In the meantime, you're on your own. Wow! Everyone's answer is beyond my expectations as far as helpful goes! You are all terrific and I really appreciate the info you are sending me! I love this man deeply, but I'm starting to feel the abuse and we've only been married since last May. I want to have a plan in place should things explode beyond repair. I try to keep it from happening, but even as quiet as I am, he finds me "rude and disrespectful" whenever there's a disagreement. Best answer:

Answer by A Canadian
WOW...what a horrible man you have married. Personally, sleeping in my car would be preferable to staying with a man like this for one second longer. I'm sorry but I don't know what the laws are in Florida, bit I very much doubt any court would leave you destitute.

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Divorce Mediation in Florida - Tampa Mediation Attorney

2012-10-15T06:11:14.975-07:00

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Getting a Divorce - we still say we love each other?

2012-10-14T14:28:07.149-07:00

Question by Melissa S: Getting a Divorce - we still say we love each other? I'm really confused. We are planning on talking later on tonight. I'm going back to Florida to see my daughter next week to bring her to California with me. We decided to get a divorce and I moved to California because that's where all of my family is from. I just sent him the "parenting plan" yesterday because he wants everything to be done before I take our daughter out of state. He keeps saying, "I love you" on the phone every time we get off the phone. We had a conversation a few days ago and said that we're always going to be "best friends". I know that we are terrible as husband and wife - I just can't see us working. He has an attorney coming over tomorrow to finish all the documents. If he didn't want the divorce though, wouldn't he just not go through with it. I know that I'm not stopping it because are relationship was very difficult. Neither one of us is emotional. I'm really confused! PLS HELP! What should I tell him tonight on the phone? I'm trying to listen to my heart, but I don't know what it's saying besides "CONFUSED" Oh... we've been seperated now for 2 weeks, married for 5 years. Best answer:

Answer by Devil, Angel of my heart.
is it an automatic "i love you", or is it really meant? you can love someone, but not be able to live with them.

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Tampa Divorce Attorney - Divorce Attorney Tampa

2012-10-13T22:12:12.948-07:00

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what wife can get through an army divorce..?

2012-10-13T14:11:23.655-07:00

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Question by Mandy: what wife can get through an army divorce..? my friend is in the army. he will have been married to his wife for 3 years in jan. this past april, while he was doing his second tour in iraq, his wife up and left him. she moved to florida with her mom. she's not disabled..she CHOOSES not to work. there are no kids involved. he saw an attorney yesterday, and the attorney said that theres nothing she can contest to...no way she could get a dime from him...is there any way that she'd still get money from him, from the army? just for being married that long to him or something? shes already taken everything she wanted from the house..and she's digging through the bank account and taking all but about $ 200-300 a paycheck for him..but he can't take her off the account until the divorce is final. is she able to get money from him even with no disability that stops her from working, no joint debts, no children? she wanted the divorce first, now trying to draw it out as long as possible so she can sit in florida and take his money. Best answer:

Answer by grimreaper
lol i dont think there is anyway she should try to find a job and i know its hard if the guy cared he should give money but you guys shouldnt rob him hes a soldier

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Forged Documents - Florida?

2012-10-13T06:12:17.492-07:00

Question by Question in Florida: Forged Documents - Florida? My ex-wife of 20 years is a Correctional Officer. During the beginning of our divorce in May 2008, we were on good terms. In June 2008, my lawyer prepared our MSA and due to her time schedule at work it was difficult to find a notary, so I offered to sign her name with her permission and send it to my brother, who is a notary, in New Jersey. She agreed to that and called my brother giving him permission to do so. When I submitted the notorized MSA agreement to my attorney, he said that we couldn't submit the MSA to the court because it was signed from an out of state notory, so my wife signed the same MSA agreement two days later in front of a Florida Notary. Unfortunately, in confusion, both MSA agreements were submitted to the court, but since they were the same exact document, and my wife was aware of it, it wasn't a problem at the time for either one of us. In late June 2008 we reconcilled for about a month, at that time she was very depressed and wanted to move back to New Jersey and asked me if I could help her get her documents together, since she suffered from depression and was Baker Acted, I agreed to help her, since were were still married and I've signed her name a thousand times throughout our marriage, with her permission, I started to request her medical documents that were given to her, at our address when they came. Shortly after that, we seperated again and proceeded with the divorce, our divorce was final in August 2008. In March of 2009 things started to get nasty with her due to child support and visitation issues, I think she has mental problems and refuses to get treatment. She went to the police station with the documents she gave me permision to sign and filed a report that she didn't give me permission and that I forged her signature, I agree, I did sign the documents, but only with her permission, the police station now state that I comitted a felony and I could be facing some serious charges. I immediately contacted an attorney, he contacted the officer who contacted me and told him that my ex was Baker Acted and these false alligations are due to a child support/visitation dispute that she lost in court, but didn't give me much more information, he said until I am arrested he can't help me, but did tell me not to give any statements to the police in the meantime. Please, serious, honest answers only. I have custody of my child, can I lose custody and can my job be in jeapordy? What are the best case/worst case senarios? Has anyone had to deal with this and what was the outcome. At the time, I can honestly say I thought I was doing the right thing, trying to help her out, but because she is now angry with me, she is using this to attack me and I don't know what to do. Please help. Best answer:

Answer by Common sense isn't anymore..
If you can prove she gave permission, you might be off the hook, though legally you DID forge her name, which is a crime to do and have notarized. I suggest the lawyer help you with this honestly, it may get messy.

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Child Custody...Florida Law?

2012-10-12T22:16:39.810-07:00

Question by cleazott: Child Custody...Florida Law? I recently fled from my wife in Florida and moved to Virginia. My wife was becoming more and more abusive mentally, emotionally, and physically toward me and my 6 year old daughter was witnessing this. I felt the best thing would be to difuse the situation by me leaving. Me taking my daughter also, didn't seem like the right thing to do because I was afraid my wife would try to say I was kidnapping her. I want to do it legally. I left because last time I asked for a divorce she filed a false temporary restraining order on me keeping me from my daughter until the judge heard my side of the story. We reconsiled but nothing had changed so I ran. I cannot afford to hire an attorney nor do I have the money to file on my own. My wife now won't answer my calls and I've only been able to speak to my daughter on average once a week. Anyone know if I can legally just move my daughter to Virginia without anyone's permission? I am staying with family and still paying all the bills except for food for them and gas for my wife. She is working part time and can afford that portion in my opinion. I pay all rent and utilities and such right now...the apartment is only in my name also. Anyone know a Florida lawyer that can help or have any suggestions for a young man without any extra money to hire an attorney? Best answer:

Answer by Jummpin_Been
First of all if you leave make sure that your c your daughter. i am a daughter without a dad and it SUCKS so do what ever you have to do to c her. Thats all i can offer i am sorry and the best of luck to ya!

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After a divorce, is it fair to pull away health benefits from a pregnant former wife?

2012-10-12T14:24:29.174-07:00

Question by Reality: After a divorce, is it fair to pull away health benefits from a pregnant former wife? Claire and I had divorced earlier this year, but I kept her on my health benefits plan because it was legal to do so, as I work for a college that allows domestic partner benefits, and my wife and I had moved back in with each other in hopes of reconciling. Long story, but Claire's out of my house again and called me today saying I better not take her off my benefits plan "or there will be hell to pay!" She's currently running for district attorney and took a leave from her firm, so doesn't have her own benefits. She's also pregnant (the kid probably not being mine). Anyway, my former girlfriend, Krystka (also pregnant; maybe mine), has moved back in with me, and she, being just 20 and a Polish citizen, has no benefits here. My benefits plan is excellent, and what's considered a "domestic partner" is quite liberal, so I'd like to swap out Claire for Krystka so that she gets the best neonatal care the state of Florida has to offer. When you divorced, what became of your benefits plan? Would it be morally right for me to pull benefits away from my pregnant former wife at her moment of need? Well, I think Krystka's kid is more likely to be mine, and I probably have more of a future with her vs. Claire. Best answer:

Answer by ashbcutie
If she's the primary person on the benefit plan, then no.

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Divorce Lawyer in Tallahassee

2012-10-12T06:11:15.188-07:00

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Best Divorce Lawyer in Tallahassee Florida. divorcelawyer.intallahasseeflarea.com

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☯ Palm Coast Family Law Attorney ☮ Divorce Attorney Timothy M. Goan, PA ☯

2012-10-11T22:10:48.553-07:00

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GoanLaw.com Timothy M. Goan, PA 1 Hargrove Grade, Suite 2 Palm Coast, FL 32137-5159 (386) 445-9003 Dealing with the end of a marriage can often be an emotionally devastating ordeal, or it can be something that both spouses have arrived at agreeably and amicably. Palm Coast Divorce Attorney Timothy Goan has extensive experience with Family Law matters, and can help eliminate some of the uncertainty and doubt you may have about divorce and your family's future after the dissolution of your marriage. You do not need to go through this alone. Divorce doesn't have to be expensive, hostile or emotionally destructive. Whatever your needs, Attorney Goan has the skills, resources and years of experience to make a potentially painful experience as pleasant as possible. Protect your rights and preserve your future. Call us and schedule time for a personal one-on-one discussion with Divorce Attorney Goan. You can contact us by phone or email, and we'll set up an appointment for a low cost initial consultation. Located in Flagler County Florida, the Law Office of Timothy M. Goan, PA is easily accessible from anywhere in Northeast Florida. Don't wait any longer. Call now and put the "Goan Advantage" to work for you! Also visit us at GoanLaw.com http GoanLaw.com GoanLaw.com GoanLaw.com



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Attorney's Please Help!?

2012-10-11T14:12:54.404-07:00

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Question by etathej: Attorney's Please Help!? If anyone is an attorney or involved in any legal profession that could help with my divorce, please help me. I just need some advice and I can't get anyone to talk to me. Here is my situation. My wife filed for divorce in November, I received the petition in December so my answer is due any day. Also, she just had our child on the 3rd, although I will be looking to verify that with a DNA test. I live in Florida, however, I am here in Ohio until Friday to see the baby and get as much accomplished as possible. I will be trying to get custody, she's bipolar and manic depressive and whatnot. She cut herself for years, including recently before she found out she was pregnant. She has also physically assaulted me in arguments - if any of this help. So if you know anything and you might be able to help, please IM me or send and email or something, I would appreciate it sooo much! Thank you! Inspired by Violet, I'll say...That is one of my problems I need help with. I don't want her to have the baby but I can't just steal it. I don't know what to do. She is around other people that wouldn't let anything happen to the baby and I have no reason to think she would ever hurt the baby. I don't have the money to get an attorney, legal aid won't help me, and I can't afford to stay up here for long. Best answer:

Answer by troble # one?
Get a lawyer....write everything down...Dates and times....

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divorce and child custody?

2012-10-11T06:17:15.076-07:00

Question by Miguel: divorce and child custody? My soon to be ex wife took off with my daughter to california. I have since gotten an attorney and we are going to get the paperwork next week. I have three possible addresses and I just know i'm going to have to place an ad in the newpaper too. I'm really stressed out because I just know that she won't show as I live in florida. She keeps telling me unless I leave my fiancee i'll never see my daughter again and she's refusing to sign the divorce papers. I'm just looking for a little comfort here and wanted to know if anyone could tell me what would happen if she doesn't show up and the judge rules in my favor by default? Since i'm asking for sole custody would I be able to file kidnapping charges against her? I would ask my attorney but that won't be until next week. I just need to know if anyone has been through this and knows what CAN happen. it's been almost a year and the last time I heard her voice she was crying saying " daddy I miss you" Best answer:

Answer by dirbe22
thats so wrong im sorry man but keep going u will win by default and u can maybe file kidnapping charges agniast her.

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Q&A: How do I get in front of the Judge to get child support established? I have an attorney.?

2012-10-10T22:12:53.029-07:00

Question by Queenbea_hottie: How do I get in front of the Judge to get child support established? I have an attorney.? My husband walked out on us back in April 2009 so I got an attorney to help me get childsupport although it is January 2010 and I still have not gotten in front of the Judge as of yet to get a support order. My attorney is trying to work with my husbands attorney in order to get support established. I have been evicted from the residence with 3 of his children because of no money coming in. I just had his 3rd child for him and because of him not wanting to pay for child care I can't get a job to even work. How do I get in front of the Judge to receive child support? I live in Florida and it is though the system doesn't care about my children. I had child support started in the welfare system and because the soon to be Xhusband filed divorce it was aquited and has to go through attorneys. The attorneys have not done anything for me so I am reaching out for help, where do I turn, what can I do? Please help. Desperate in Florida with 3 beautiful sons. After he filed divorce welfare child support no longer could help me it had to go through attorneys. My attorney keeps saying he is working with his attorney but this has been since May. He walked out on his family, left his 3 sons and me for dead, he doesn't want his kids. Best answer:

Answer by "spankmaster general"
go to your local child support agency !!

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Daytona Beach Divorce Lawyers-Call 386-530-4826 in Daytona Beach

2012-10-10T14:13:35.136-07:00

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what is your take on the Hogan divorce?

2012-10-10T06:12:46.333-07:00

Question by Latino Heat 4ever: what is your take on the Hogan divorce? What Does Linda Want From Hulk? More Hogan News Date Added: November 26, 2007 Story By: Marc Middleton - From TMZ.com: Even though it was Linda Bollea who dropped divorce papers on hubby Hulk Hogan last week, the 48 year-old celebuspouse is still hoping to save her marriage. "She keeps saying to him 'Can't we find a way to make this work?," a source close to the couple tells TMZ. "She doesn't want to see the family break up. She really wants to work it out with him. But it is like pushing up against a brick wall. She is heartbroken about it." And the Hulkster's not so tickled about reports that he learned of the split from a Florida newspaper reporter. "He actually heard it from his lawyer," we're told. "There was no surprise. It had been coming for a while. They have grown to be two different people. When hardships hit them, it really brings them down. And when they were finally hit with a real problem -- (son Nick, 17, is facing felony charges of reckless driving from an August car wreck) -- they just couldn't make it work." - From The Tampa Tribune: Linda Bollea wants a share of two multimillion-dollar local properties she and her husband own as well as alimony, child support and attorney fees. These are the details in a divorce petition she filed last week in Pinellas Circuit Court against famed wrestler Hulk Hogan after 24 years of marriage. The lawsuit says the marriage is "irretrievably broken." The two had one child – Nick Bollea, 17, who was arrested this month in connection with a wreck that left a passenger, John Graziano, with severe brain injuries. Linda Bollea is seeking child support and a life insurance policy to cover child support in the event that Hogan dies, the petition states. She wants wherever she decides to live to be Nick Bollea's primary residence, with Hogan allowed liberal visitation, the petition states. She also wants Hogan to pay for Nick Bollea's health insurance, the petition states. Linda Bollea wants the couple's assets equitably distributed – including the family's $ .7.2 million mansion on Willadel Drive, which has a gazebo, two boat davits, a pool, a fountain and three fireplaces. She also wants a share of a separate $ 2 million waterfront home, the petition states. Neither property has a mortgage on it, the petition states. The couple also have a condominium under construction in Las Vegas; Linda Bollea wants a share of that, too. If the two cannot work out an arrangement, the properties should be ordered sold, with the money divided equally between the two, the petition states. Linda Bollea also says she does not have enough money to pay a lawyer, though Hogan does. Best answer:

Answer by pat g
Publicity. So you will tune in to the new season, after all, how much longer can he possibly wrestle? and she needs his money, can you imagine how much she spends on implants and hair dye?

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How can I find my kids?

2012-10-09T22:11:04.336-07:00

Question by Miguel: How can I find my kids? I have a court date coming up w/ my ex very soon about child custody and divorce. I know that she will not show because she has a warrant here in florida and she is in california. I have already served her papers and she e-mailed sayin she wasn't gonna go that she's going to run away. Now the attorney said that I will win with a default judgement if she doesn't show, but I just want to know what my options are as far as trying to find them after I win custody.I have heard of private investigators but they are expensive. Anyone know of a different way? FYI I already have numerous e-mails of her saying she's keeping the kids away because i'm with someone else. I can't go to Cali because my fiancee is a high risk pregnancy.. Best answer:

Answer by normobrian
When you get a custody judgement , file papers for custodial interference. If it goes to trial, and she doesn't show, Florida will issue a bench warrant for her. If she's stopped in CA., the warrant will show up and she will be put in jail. That may help locate the kids, but you've got to be packed and ready to go the minute you're notified, because Florida won't seek extradition and she'll be released. You've got to get the kids before she can get out of jail.

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Need info on how to access my sons bank account, he died without a will.in Florida.?

2012-10-09T14:11:42.874-07:00

Question by alotta: Need info on how to access my sons bank account, he died without a will.in Florida.? It will be one year in August that my son who lived with me passed. He was divorced, had no property and has 2 sons in their 30s. He did not have a will and I need to access his small bank account of 2000 dollars, as I paid for his funeral expenses and am 85 years old and cannot afford an attorney to do this. Any suggestions would be most helpful. Thank You Kindly. Best answer:

Answer by Vixenella
I would contact the bank and explain the situation. Sorry about your loss.

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