Re: How to Use Doctrine of Necessities in Court
she doesn't have to be financially superior for her to be held liable.
=joe83;638134]I have read and printed them for court. So I should be convincing the judge that the doctrine does not apply to this case? At the time of services and currently she was not and is not now financially superior.
Indiana does not have it in statute. It is through common law rulings.
I would like to find the doctrine of necessities in the law but can't find anything except appellant court decisions using it. Any ideas or will the court rulings citing the doctrine of necessities work?
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well, if you say it like that it sounds so bad.
OP, you will have to present support for your argument. That means you will have to find applicable case law that supports your argument that your wife should not be held liable for your debts.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.