Rights after divorce


#1

Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do about affairs he had while married to you since the final divorce has been granted. That is something that may have helped during the divorce.
I would contact that attorney again and find out what the next course of action is on that payment.
The sexual assault should be dealt with through the law enforcement agency. There is nothing worse than a parent taking advantage of a child. I firmly believe that the punishment should fit the crime. But, I would caution you to be VERY sure about these types of accusations. I have a friend who was accused of doing the same thing to his daughter, he went through hell. He was the primary caregiver for most of her life from age 4 to 10 and ended up only being allowed supervised with his daughter for a few hours a month. It took him 2 years to have normal visitations, and a normal relationship with his daughter again. It took two years of going through the courts and losing his job once his employer’s found out what she accused him of, and that stigma never goes away. It was later found out that it though there was sexual abuse going on, it was his brother-in-law, not him, but he has still lost that time with his daughter forever.


#2
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[i]Originally posted by stepmother[/i] [br]Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do about affairs he had while married to you since the final divorce has been granted. That is something that may have helped during the divorce. I would contact that attorney again and find out what the next course of action is on that payment. The sexual assault should be dealt with through the law enforcement agency. There is nothing worse than a parent taking advantage of a child. I firmly believe that the punishment should fit the crime. But, I would caution you to be VERY sure about these types of accusations. I have a friend who was accused of doing the same thing to his daughter, he went through hell. He was the primary caregiver for most of her life from age 4 to 10 and ended up only being allowed supervised with his daughter for a few hours a month. It took him 2 years to have normal visitations, and a normal relationship with his daughter again. It took two years of going through the courts and losing his job once his employer's found out what she accused him of, and that stigma never goes away. It was later found out that it though there was sexual abuse going on, it was his brother-in-law, not him, but he has still lost that time with his daughter forever.

Dawn Sandy


#3

My divorce was final 6 months ago, but my ex never distibuted 1/2 of his pension to me like promised. I have it in writing on the divorce decree, and on a letter he sent me, but he choices to ignore it. I live in PA, he lives in NC, but the divorce was final in NC. What are my rights? I went through an internet lawyer months ago, and they sent him a letter, but no response at all from ex. In fact he already remarried. He also was found indicated for sexual assault on my daughter from age 4 to age 12, and of course denys it. Somehow I should be able to get justice somewhere from all his wrongdoing. I don’t have alot of money for lawyers, but I feel he should be responsible for destroying lifes. Also he had many affairs during the course of the marriage, and I do have proof, because the last time it was a married woman, and her husband hired a privaye detective. Please help me on what recourse of action I should take.

Dawn Sandy