Husband file for divorce what doyou mean by this sentence in the divorce complaint?
Topic: Why do we write letter of complaint
July 18, 2019 / By Oliver Question:
What do you mean by this sentence stated that:
9. That the Plaintiff expressly waives the verification of the Defendant's answer
I do not understand what's that mean can you please simplify it for me. My husband and we're married on July 2004 but due to a lot of arguments he filed for divorce on July 2, 2008. I came here as a fiance visa and got my permanent residency card already 10 year. My only worry is my husband frightening me to send me back home even before he wrote the INS. but INS didn't mind his letter for I prove that our marriage is in good faith. He wants to revenge from me that's why he wants to send me back to my home country.
He is cruel to me. We've been married for four years and I faithfully love him and serve him. I even don't go out at the house; I clean his house. I was hurt when he told me that his house are for his grown children from ex-wife and all his assets and money. I felt like a housemaid servant here in this house without salary.
I always cry everyday my life is miserable. He included me with all his debts that I didn't incur and bought a lot of life insurances in which he is the beneficiaries; but I don't have those policies. It's unfair. That's why I filed for post nuptial hurriedly so I won't be burden with all my husband and his grown kids debts and loans and all the life insurances would be revoke. Even the food that I eat here in his house he shouted at me and wants me to eat his left over. He is very cruel.
My question: What do you mean by this sentence stated that:
9. That the Plaintiff expressly waives the verification of the Defendant's answer.
I don't understand that legal sentences can you please simplify it for me.
Is it okey if I don't have my own attorney because I don't have money? Anyway we filed for post nuptial and it's written about alimony too, I will not get anything in case of divorce
Best Answers: Husband file for divorce what doyou mean by this sentence in the divorce complaint?
Laverne | 1 day ago
Until the divorce is final, it would be unwise to be "fair game" and give your husband photographic material to use in a divorce proceeding. And even after that, There should be some waiting time. You will be vulnerable to your own feelings, ready bait for some predators, and possibly pushing away some who could mean a lot to you. Take it slow, until you can see the opposite sex as people instead of betrayers or means of scratching an itch. And maybe stop pretending that this divorce is not affecting you. Regardless of the reason for breakup, there were features of this relationship that were precious to you. Take things easy and give yourself an opportunity to grieve the loss of the relationship.
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You really need a lawyer to explain that, but it sounds like poster number 3 has it closest.
If you were arrested and waived your right to an attorney that would mean police could question you w/out a lawyer there.
If you had a bank over draft the bank could waive the fee ($35.00) for the over draft. First example....not good, would want lawyer anytime cops are asking questions in a box, second example...good cause I wouldn't have to pay any money!!!
So it could be like poster #2 or #3 said........if you say you're now a us citizen he couldn't request that proof because it would be "verification"......shoot, just get a lawyer!
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Like people said, whatever you say on divorce papers he doesn't need it to be checked.
Your green card is permanent. Nothing he can do to send you home anymore, don't worry.
it OK not to get an attorney, but in this case you will get nothing. Get an attorney, you should be eligible for alimony support. Howcome you filed such an unfair post nuptual agreement?
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It's basically saying that when you file your answer to his divorce petition, it need not be signed by a notary public nor be a declaration under penalty of perjury. Or something to that effect.
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that means you don't have to answer under oath. you can just write up the answer, sign it, and file it.
you should talk to an attorney in your state.
email me and i can send you a link to a site that has information about preparing your own answer to a divorce complaint.
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Originally Answered: What to file for divorce?
If the respondent gets an experienced lawyer, you'd better have good malpractice insurance if you are asking for mentoring on Yahoo!Answers.
If you don't know whether the divorce is contested or not prior to filing, you have not done your job.
Make sure your service on the respondent complies with the state and local rules, or you may wait a long time for an answer.
If temporary orders are needed, you probably should have filed them along with the petition and with a markup for a hearing. The procedure will depend on your local and state rules, of course.
Find a lawyer willing to mentor you. Get the state CLE/Practice book on divorce.