NCP arrears payments that were approved by court are being garnished out of his pay, but now CP wants payments to be increased. Can CP have court increase arrears payments, and if yes, under what circumstances? All kids are over 18, no longer live with CP and 1 passed away in 2015.
You'll probably have to go in person to the Domestic Relations Office which is handling your case. Be forewarned that they may charge you for every copy so you may want to think about what documents you really need. They can also give you a print-out of your payment . You can call first to...Read more »
You're going to have to ask this question of an attorney who practices in whichever jurisdiction is administering this order. It appears that would be NJ. You may have to change your location because right now your question is going out to PA lawyers.
The venue originally should hv been held in WV where my child had resided from 3 months of age to the present day. He is now 2 yrs 7 months old. The opposing attorney and judge are crooked in PA where the case is being held presently. It has been 2 yrs as well. I need to get the venue changed from... Read more »
You can always consult another attorney. Usually, despite what you believe, there are good, legal reasons why a case is not moved to another jurisdiction., For example, the length of time the child has resided in the current jurisdiction.
Yes, the divorce complaint will give you information about filing for counseling. You'll have to file a petition for it. The court can order up to three counseling sessions. usually the person seeking the counseling is responsible for paying for it.
My ex-wife has primary custody and it has been a nasty battle of manipulating the kids against me and a lot of disparagement about me to the kids (judge has already warned her about these issues). She is moving out of state and we have already been to our first court date, as I was not agreeing to... Read more »
By now you should know that nothing is easy in custody when the parents aren't 100% on the same page. Also, there is no such thing as "full" custody. Perhaps you mean primary physical custody? I suggest that you consult with an experienced family law attorney to get you through this....Read more »
You could but first you might want to figure out what the result might be if you were subject to a support order under the PA Support Guidelines. There are several support calculators available online, one through the PA Department of Health. I suggest you either work with one of those or, even...Read more »
This is a bit confusing. Who's filing for support? The mother who left the state and took the child? How long has the child been in PA, is it? You should probably speak in person with an experienced family law attorney and set forth the facts in detail.
Several of us contacted children and youth services and expressed being kinship foster parents and kinship adoption as soon as we found out the child was placed into care. The caseworker is completely disregarding us as options even though we have had healthy, positive meaningful relationships... Read more »
No. The custodial parent may receive correspondence form Domestic Relations asking whether the child has been graduated from college by the time he turns 18 and, if not, when the graduation date is. If that parent sends the paperwork in, then the case will be diaried to stop charging at graduation....Read more »
I will now have shared physical custody instead of partial. I work and sons father doesn’t. Can what I was paying with partial custody be decreased now that I will have my child 50/50? Dad can, but chooses not to work. Is this okay? Can they ask him why he’s unable to work? Should I pay the... Read more »
Your order may decrease but it's all dependent n your relative incomes. You should consult in person with an experienced family law attorney in your area to discuss the best way to present the case in regard to the father's alleged inability to work.
I was staying at my parents house for the duration of a drawn out divorce. I was given every other weekend based on my distance. I am purchasing a home within the same school district and less than 10min from where my children reside with my ex. I want to be an equal parent to my children but my... Read more »
You have quite a few issues and it would be best if you schedule an in person consultation with an experienced family la attorney in your area to discus them in detail. yes, the property in India can be dealt with during the property division phase of a divorce filed in PA.
Checks for one of our two children since 2017. Now suddenly July of this year I stopped receiving payments all together. I've verified he's still working. I can't get in touch with anyone feom family court's division. Any and all help is greatly appreciated thank you everyone in advance
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