My nephew has brain cancer and his wife is divorcing him, after one year the petition has expired. We would like to hire an attorney that doesn't treat his case as a standardized divorce but would take his medical condition into consideration. Is there such a field of expertise when one of the complainants in the divorce is declared non compos mentis?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Before you can either file or respond to a divorce action, the first thing that you would need to do is to have a judicial declaration that your son is incapacitated and that a guardian must be appointed.