Settlement


#1

We are about to go to settlement conference. If we don’t settle, and I have proof of adultrey. What would I file next to keep her from getting alimony?

What is the next step in equitable distribution if we don’t settle, and she moves out. Will we have a hearing? What if she moves out of state?


#2

The pictures would be used as evidence at trial. If they prove that she engaged in adultery, she will be barred from receiving alimony.

ED will be decided by a judge at trial if you cannot reach a settlement. She will be required to attend the hearing, even if she moves out of state.


#3

At equitable distribution do I tell about the adultrey or do I have to file a hearing for that?


#4

Adultery is not considered in property distributions.


#5

So what do I need to file to file charges for adultrey?


#6

There are no charges to file. You will use your evidence of adultery in the alimony trial to attempt to bar her from receiving the same.


#7

How do I file an alimony trial?


#8

If your wife has an alimony claim pending, you may set a date for trial by contacting the clerk.