I'm 18 years old and live in Virginia. I want to move in with my aunt but my Dad says I can't and that he can still control what I do and where I live, is this true? Can he really still control my life? Will I have to take him to court?
I want the order moved to NC or VA. I also just lost my job and plan to put a stop order on the order until I find a new job. I always pay my child support, however I think my new job will be less money and would like a modification. Will they base the number on NY or will they base it on NC or VA
When one of my sons turned 15 he lived with me and my other son lived with my ex. We went to court an agreed that she would take care of one son and I would the other. Current child support would end then. I would just have to pay what was in arrears. I believe that child support was still charging... Read more »
Va. Code § 20-60.3 "14. Notice that in determination of a support obligation, the support obligation as it becomes due and unpaid creates a judgment by operation of law. The order shall also provide, pursuant to § 20-78.2, for interest on the arrearage at the judgment rate as established by...Read more »
I moved from NC to VA almost 2 yrs ago with my kids. My ex and I are divorced b/c of his drug addiction and there is no custody agreement. He lives with his mom and they want to get the kids for the entire summer in NC. I'm afraid they might not return the kids to me here in Virginia. Can they... Read more »
My ex filed for child support in the state of California but moved to a different state. I’m suppose to have a court hearing but I no longer reside in California either. I’m unsure of what I should do.
Divorce decree states ex claims child on taxes. Joint custody but ex never sees child and child lives with me 100% of the time. Child support terminates when child turns 18 or graduates which will both occur in June 2021. Since child turns 18, lives with me, and I will support fully for 6 months... Read more »
The tax deduction can either be a part of child support or a part of custody. The custody provisions in a court order expire when a child turns 18 years of age. The support provisions also end upon age 18 unless the child remains in high or has a disability. So, in your circumstance, arguably, the...Read more »
we are divorced 20 years. In the final divorce agreement I am required to keep this policy. The afeement does not say for how long. My ex and I have terrible relationship. The policy keeps going up and up. I have a loan against it that may cause the policy to implode this year or next. I need... Read more »
Can ex plan activities on my scheduled visitation days? My 'Parenting Time' is every other weekend but we have an Activities section in our agreement. It states "The parties shall equally share any reasonable and necessary expenses for agreed upon extracurricular activities for the... Read more »
The court shall also order that support will continue to be paid for any child over the age of 18 who is (i) a full-time high school student, (ii) not self-supporting, and (iii) living in the home of the party seeking or receiving child support until such child reaches the age of 19 or graduates...Read more »
Our divorce was finalized in Hawaii, I and my kids moved to VA and my ex is now living in Ohio. He is ordered to pay a certain amount, and doesn't. Can I get a show cause hearing scheduled? I went to my clerks office and they said that they "don't know" because the decree is out of Hawaii.
I wanted to file for Uncontested Divorce. I'm in the military based here in VA. Been living here since JAN2019. I'm married to my wife MAR2016. We are physically separated since DEC2018. My wife is living outside the country (Dubai,UAE). We don't have properties or debts even kids... Read more »
"If a member of the Armed Forces of the United States has been stationed or resided in the Commonwealth and has lived for a period of six months or more in the Commonwealth next preceding the filing of the suit, then such person shall be presumed to be domiciled in and to have been a bona fide...Read more »
My significant other says he will call law enforcement and say I kidnapped my own son if I take him to Florida to visit with my family. We are not married, can I leagally take my son and unborn child to florida without his permission?
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