What should I do?


#1

I also have no where to go…I lost my job cause of her and thats due to the fact I had to commute 250 miles per day just to make it to work.Thank GOD I found a lady that gave me a roof a plate of food and a bed to sleep.PLEASE HELP anyways you may…Thanks a mil.
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#2

Sorry to here this hope this can help you.
Although an alimony claimant is no longer required to prove the other spouse is at fault in order to be entitled to postseparation support or alimony, the new alimony statute still retains the concept of marital fault and still permits a judge to consider evidence of fault in fixing the amount of alimony to be awarded, if any. Marital fault in North Carolina is enumerated in the new statute as follows:
Malicious turning out of doors.

              Good luck to you

#3

You are entilted to one half of the assets that were accumulated during the marriage, including any equity in the home. In addition, if you earn less money than your spouse you may be entitled to alimony. If you cannot afford funds to meet with an attorney, I would suggest you attend one of our free seminars.

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#4

My wife threw me out.What are my rights as a husband and which are my obligations???That occured 2 and a half months ago.