I live in Washington and my husband lives in Hawaii. I’d like to know what I’m entitled to when I do not contest the divorce, however I am not in agreement with the property division. I feel I am entitled to some pension. I
If you and your soon-to-be ex-husband live in different states and you are involved in a divorce where you do not agree with the proposed division of property and you have issues surrounding alimony and support payments, well, you’ve got a potentially complicated contested divorce to contend with. In this case it sounds like you need the services of a divorce attorney. Try to schedule at least an initial consultation with a qualified divorce attorney if you can’t afford full representation at this time. The ramifications of your divorce settlement can affect your life for many years to come.
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