I recently got a judgment of divorce in the mail, and it states I can resume the use of my maiden name which I fully intended to do. have a family court file and family court order awarding me custody of my son way before the divorce. The divorce stated to continue to use that family court order.... Read more »
If my child lives with grandparents instead of custodial parent how is child support calculated? Does the amount get adjusted because child doesn’t live with residential parent. Are both parents now obligated to pay? Let me preface by saying I have joint custody and I would like my child to live... Read more »
If a payee parent is no longer custodial of the child, he/she is not entitled to any child support. If the grandparent that is now custodial over the child they must petition for support from both parents.
If your inspection sticker expired after March 31, 2020, you had until 12/1/2020 to get your inspection. But you needed to go to court to fight it. You could try to reopen the case. Contact a local attorney.
I was given a ticket for VTL-1111D1 by an officer claiming I passed a red light. he was sitting at the corner of the intersection which already has a traffic camera. I entered the intersection when it was still yellow light but the intersection was wide (4 lines) so by the time I passes it... Read more »
Whether you have a case is, unfortunately, not the real issue. This is an administrative tribunal. The judge is an employee of the agency and is pressured to find people guilty. Your proof would have to be so overwhelming that the judge would be willing to jeopardize his job to find you not...Read more »
I was married 6 weeks ago + the union dissolved quickly. We don't + never have lived together, I've only seen him 4x and it wasn't consummated. I consulted an attorney about a possible annulment + told it's complicated and potentially expensive to build a case, especially if he... Read more »
The "no-fault" divorce statute requires a marraige to have been irretrevably broken for 6 months or more so you can not use those grounds prior to 6 months. It is irrelevant whether you live together or not. You should always have a stipulation of settlement to spell out the details of...Read more »
It depends on how your mother got custody. If it was in a custody case in Family Court then you need to file a Petition to Modify Custody. If it was after a Permanancy Hearing, there may have been conditions placed. Call a Family Law Attorney to speak to your specific situation.
There is no court order holiday schedule. But order states Parenting Time with child from 3pm to 7pm for 1 month on Wed and Thurs.father will have parenting time picking up the child at 3:00 pm on Wed, returning to school Thurs am, picking up from school Thurs 3pm and returning to school on Friday... Read more »
A right of election gives a spouse a right to disregard a will provision and receive a share of the estate of a deceased spouse as if there was no will. This prevents a spouse from not providing for their legal spouse in a will.
You are entitled to whatever is in your court order. The amount you receive could be because, by law, the CSCU can only take up to 65% of disposable income. If the payor received less income, you might have received less disbursement, but the remainder is still owed to you and becomes arrears.
My ex-husband had not paid in about 4 years. He was in another state and working under the table. Unbeknownst to me, he started making payments. No one ever contacted me and I never received any payments from the SCU. What is my recourse??
Screenshots of old Facebook post from child's father badmouthing the mother calling her names and threatening violence against her example being somebodies gonna blac youngsta my dumbass baby mama and how far back can I go there is years worth of bad mouthing the mother on his Facebook page
The method depends on whether she is considered a "tenant". Does she have a lease? Does she pay rent. If she is a tenant you can evict her from your home in LLT court. If not she is a licensee and you need to file an action for ejectment in Supreme Court.
I probably should have filed when my baby was born but I went through a very long recovery and the courts were closed in NY. I was trying to work out a deal with my ex amicably. Are there any circumstances that would allow NY to award us retroactive child support from birth? My daughter is 8 months... Read more »
Because of Covid and a long recovery from post partum, I wasn’t able to file until recently. My daughter is now 8 months old and we haven’t received any child support from her dad. He was there for the birth of the baby but did not sign the acknowledgement of paternity or birth certificate.
Our child will be living with me in NYC since she’s enrolled in a NYC public school. Our child would spend all weekends with her mom outside of NYC. My spouse wants a 50% custody. My spouse is the lower earning parent. While our child will spend 65% of her time with me and 35% of her time with... Read more »
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