He was almost $18K in child support arrears and his mom never knew about his annuity, so she never set up probate court. Instead she simply had him cremated. How do I place a lien against his annuity?
answered on Jan 17, 2018
If he owes back child support, and the annuity will pass through probate you can make a claim against the estate for the child support.
The process is complicated, and if your children are all minors their interest in the estate needs to be addressed, and FURTHER if there was a beneficiary... Read more »
One of the kids are almost 3. The other is 4 days old. And im considered disabled to work.
I live in Delaware and she lives in PA and we've been paying for 2.5 years.
answered on Jul 25, 2014
The answer is probably "yes," but I suggest you schedule an appointment with a family law attorney to discuss.
To help them be able to afford their own bills even they live in Delaware and they pay child support in Virginia?
answered on May 12, 2014
Based on the way you asked the question, it appears that the parent paying child support lives in Delaware, and the child lives in Virginia. In Delaware, the court applies a formula for determining whether to modify child support. If it was a Virginia court that ordered child support and the... Read more »
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