1 month ago I received a letter from child support offices notifying me that I was $1400 dollars in arrears. I knew my son turned 19 October 21st of this year so I paid the entire balance hoping that I would be done with this situation. Yesterday 3 days before my son turns 19 I received a letter... Read more »
You can ask for an accounting from Child Support Enforcement. Be aware that no one at Child Support is keeping track of birthdates. YOU must file to end the child support. it will not happen automatically. You will be expected to pay until it is terminated by court order.
The home most likely would be considered part marital and part separate property. From March of 2015 - Octover 2015 it would be separate property. From the date of marriage it could be argued it is marital property.
I dont know what to do. The order says I get the dog but he wont give him back and when asked in court he said he give my dog away to his cousin to foster and wouldn't say who. I asked around and none of his cousin say they have him and this rest of the family won't tell me. Everyone is acting... Read more »
You file contempt with the court and ask that he be jailed for not turning over the dog. He can get out of jail by giving you the dog. It's a court order. Even if he gave the dog away, he is still required to get the dog back and give it to you.
My sister is a pregnant (7 months) stay at home mom of 3 girls (babygirl due in October). Her husband was caught cheating on the same day my sister told him she was pregnant. She’s had a part time job for the last year in efforts to transition back into the work force. Now she has a high risk... Read more »
The parent with more money is not a consideration. It is who actually cares for the children and is willing to care to for them. If he suddenly wants the kids when he only sees them when he asks while not providing any financial support, the court will likely realize this is about not paying...Read more »
I’m 17 and have been asking my mom multiple times if I could go live with my father because she is constantly getting home late from work where she works from 8:00am - 4:30 but gets home at a lot of times 9pm or even sometime 12am at night. When she isn’t home always have to take care of my... Read more »
Your father can file to modify custody. He does not need your mother's permission to do so. Also in the state of Maryland, you can petition the court in your own right to modify YOUR custody. If your sister is under 16, she cannot do it herself.
We have shared custody 50/50, but the monthly child support I pay is significant. Should this be calculated on her earning potential instead of her actual since she chooses to work part time and is using my child support her?
Mom and child are maryland residents. Dad lives in Philadelphia. Mom is the only one on the birth certificate but dad did Establish paternity. We have been to court but the case was dismissed without prejudice because dad didn’t show up. So now I’m face with boundaries being cross confuses as... Read more »
If there is a current child support order, file to terminate immediately. It will not happen unless you file. The Mother probably will not. If it is going through child support enforcement they do not keep track of the age of the children and modify it for you. You must act.
He was abusive to me and got arrested when i finally called 911 and i have a protective order and through that protective order i made sure he could see our daughter this happened 5 months ago she is now 8 months but he sees her tuesday,thursday 4-9pm on those days and monday, Wednesday, 4-9pm and... Read more »
If he actually said that in court, he is not getting joint custody. One of the factors in determining custody is sincerity of request. The parent has to want to have the child, not just want to get out of child support.
The court will consider the totality of the situation in...Read more »
OCSE requested the MBON suspend my licenses for non-compliance. One of the problems with this is, I was in compliance. This is the second time the OCSE has caused me to lose a job opportunity because of inaccurate information and an unwillingness to resolve the balance of the support order. I... Read more »
She refuses to switch his school or stop the child support because it helps her pay her bills. But I feed him clothe him take and pick up from school what can I do? I have plenty of text messages and people who have witnessed this who stated they would go to court for me
Custody is determined by a number of factors based on the best interest of the children. Sexual orientation is not one of the factors. If she has a new partner, the character of the new partner may matter -- regardless of gender of the new partner.
My husband and I are taking part in illegal activities. He hasn't said what activities. We aren't. I received another one today. I have asked him to stop and he hasn't. Can I get another PFA to make him stop emailing me and leave me alone? I feel like I am being abused all over again. And I... Read more »
What you must split is the cost that is actually paid by the parents. In other words, the remainder due is split between you both 67/33. While she should be applauded for her initiative in getting the reduced cost, there is still a remainder to be paid. That is both parents' responsibility.
I didn't respond to the notice because I couldn't find a lawyer in time. I found out that he has income greater than explained to me. He has been sending me over $500 a month. We have a child support order but its only for $111 a month.
When we split we agreed to a certain amount and I pay that. I am not sure what paper they are talking about because when I called child support they could not help me since they did not have me in their system. I am looking for answers so I can put this behind me.
You need to attach what is called Child Support Guidelines that show the amount that Maryland thinks you should be paying. If you are paying less than that, you must provide a good reason (other than this is what we agreed) why you are paying less. If you are paying more than the guidelines...Read more »
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