Is it legal for a wedding for the end benefit?

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Maybe I should not have married my husband. Seems marriage today is so cliche, traditional, romantic, but when it comes to families, it is difficult step comes. They lead to more turmoil, particularly when the spouse has to support his ex and her children, and you do not receive support from your ex because you have 50/50 split custody of you brothers and sisters, to live with you and the other with your life Ex.Da we got married, we have a household of 3 persons and in computing the income, everyone deserves to be counted. This is a problem because my husband is not the father and he has support, it does not work for us because if we do not have the money we are treated like cash. was the stepfather of $ 500 more per month to his total income gegenüber.Ich wanted to come back if we do boyfriend / girlfriend have been if I did not count his income to qualify for benefits a single mother receives if they do not earn enough. I do not know how to get back to this law. We can not divorce now that our mortgage is under water, you can not sell or refinance. This new FHA loan we can not help because NH Housing Dovenmuelhe refuses, we must helfen.Ich advises others who make things happen through marriage, so that you end up not where we are until one of you can make enough whatsoever without the stress of continued support broke, where only a few hundred dollars in the bank and may think you’re more than your spending now charged Kreditkarten.Ich wants a divorce because we love each other, but I do not want at the end of the street because we can not afford our mortgage bezahlen.Warum or I should not be a single mother? I have no children with him. If the action was rent with a roommate, it would need to obtain income from a roommate and counting? There is no common law in NH.

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    brucec83
    May 14, 2011 at 11:51 pm

    Yes. You can marry and divorce as many times as you like for whatever reasons you like. I have seen it done for tax purposes. I have seen it done for immigration purposes. I have seen it done so people with pre-existing conditions can be covered by health insurance.

    But be advised that if you get assistance from your boyfriend, or common law husband, it is the same as being married for welfare purposes.

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    Jay
    May 15, 2011 at 12:21 am

    I realize that you’re making a point, rather than asking a question. But I’ll answer it anyway: you are allowed to divorce, legally. If that works better for you, from a financial perspective, go ahead.

    Given that you’re going to stay together, why worry about the mortgage? Unless you fear that be not-married puts you at risk for breaking up, there’s no need to refi.

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    laughter_every_day
    May 15, 2011 at 1:12 am

    If you are aware of some benefits that can be paid to a single mother who is living with someone, no law prohibits you from divorcing. Not sure what a mortgage has to do with divorce.

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    sgoldperson
    May 15, 2011 at 1:33 am

    It’s illegal to LIE TO WELFARE(called FRAUD) and not admit that you are living together when you aren’t married if you think you’d still get benefits. See that’s the funny thing about welfare, they go by HOUSEHOLD income as well, that means you have to admit to everyone living there. You wouldn’t exactly be a single mother if you were still living with him, and face it most couples end up living together. When you factor in rent(or whatever payments you made if you didn’t rent) would you really be further ahead if you were living on your own still?

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    hollifieldrobert
    May 15, 2011 at 2:07 am

    sounds like you are relying on the goverment for to much help you and your husband need to make more money any way you can and quit asking the goverment for help

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    julvrug
    May 15, 2011 at 2:57 am

    And exactly how would getting a divorce benefit you? Your husband will STILL have to pay for ex and children, you will still have to come up with the costs for the divorce, you most likely would still not obtain assistance for the mortgage as your income alone will not support the payments. What you need to do is start living within your means, stop incurring more credit debt you cannot afford to repay, find other means of supplying for the needs of your family and determine ways to cut your expenses. Also you need to consider, just because you are divorced, if you are living together you still would not be allowed many benefits because both your incomes would be included, if you own the home together it would still fall on BOTH your incomes when attempting to refi the home. You are the one who really needs to make the commitment and think things through.

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