She wants nearly all my income and my son


#1

This is a little confusing for me…
Your wife was supposed to move with you but now is not moving? Does this mean that she used you leaving the state as a separation in order to file for ED, custody, alimony and child support. Were you not aware that you were essentially separating? You are still entitled to 1/2 the marital assets and she is still responsible for 1/2 the marital debts. You really should find a way to consult with an attorney in NC and be at that hearing. It sounds like you are getting a bad deal and since you are not here to defend, she is getting what she asks for.

She absolutely can NOT keep you from contact with your son. Regardless of what the situation is. Unless the courts have decided custody or it has been agree on between you, you both have equal access to custody of your child. How old is your son? Is there any other way to get in touch with him…maybe another family member…


#2

If litigation has been filed in North Carolina then the only way to deal with that litigation is in North Carolina. If you cannot travel here then it might be best to retain an attorney and see if they can negotiate it on your behalf. Do you have friends or family members that can assist you with legal fees so that you can get a court order allowing you contact with your son?

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#3

I moved to Hawaii 6 months ago for a job as my wife and i agreed. She was supposed to follow after she got the dog ready. Now she has a vendeta against me and I need help. Missed temporary arrangement case last month. Next hearing is Dec. 12th in NC. don’t have any savings just my paycheck. Court ordered temporary alamony is more than i can pay. Please help me figure out what I should do. She won’t let me talk to my son which is causing me to about have nervouse breakdown (can’t stop crying when i think about it).