Take your case back to court and hope that you can successfully demonstrate that your efforts to find employment have been serious and persistent. Or you can obtain employment outside of your field and also show the court that you couldn't obtain work in the field you used to be employed in, but at...Read more »
Quitting a job without good cause does not usually work in favor of that person. The trick will be for the dad to demonstrate that she quit without good cause. He should consult with an experienced family law attorney to determine what his strategy should be.
I live in Pennsylvania and I pay premiums for life insurance on myself. The sole beneficiaries are the custodial parent's children. Can I request a modification to the support order to deduct the life insurance payments I make from the monthly child support payments I make to the custodial parent?... Read more »
Your income itself will not be divided, except in the event one of you is awarded temporary or permanent alimony. Then your two incomes, as well as the petitioning party's reasonable needs in the case of permanent alimony, are considered. Monthly SSD payments are not considered marital assets.
I was married for 19 years. First house, parents had in their name, every single payment was made by me, from my pay. Every bill and all taxes and insurance were made by me, from my pay from 2011 on. I received a settlement I cannot discuss that was used as down payment on house. The plan was... Read more »
I cannot respond to your question because you already have representation. If you're displeased with the progress made by your attorney, you can always meet with another experienced family law attorney to get her/his opinion.
Filing for support was a good first step. You should consult with an experienced family law attorney to learn and understand your options going forward. You may want to file for divorce and ancillary economic relief, including injunctive relief to try to freeze and/or receive the marital funds he...Read more »
My daughter no longer lives with custodial parent, father. Daughter lives with her Uncle, the brother of her father and his wife. Child has lived there since May, 2019. Which I am in agreement with. I filed for modification to terminate support in June, 2019. It is now August 29th. Can I file for... Read more »
She is also married and pregnant with her second child (by her husband) and she works part time under the table. We are trying to conceive our own child and I’m worried he will get screwed and it will affect our ability to financially provide for our child.
If there's a support order in effect, actually your husband is required by that court order to notify Domestic Relations of any change in his income. No, absent your husband's notice to DRO, the ex will not be notified. Your husband needs to sit down with an experienced family law attorney to...Read more »
Hard to know without having all of the facts. The court can garnish a workers' comp settlement for the payment of child support. I'm assuming that the court imputed an income to you based on your prior income and injury. The basis for your WC award (2 years' wages) does not bind the court.
Hard to know. Child support in PA is strictly income-driven so the other order will be based on a different combination of incomes than one would be for you. You might think about meeting with an experienced family law attorney to see if you can get some idea of what a support order, versus your...Read more »
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