Yes, you should continue to pay the child support order until you file a motion for modification to change a temporary order for child support. If the child support order is the result of a judgement you must file a complaint for modification to change the Judgment providing for child support.
My father's estate has been in probate for three years. Two of my sisters were assigned as executors of his will. One of my other sisters wasn't happy that it was taking so long so she threatened the sister in the no. 2 chair to sign her executor power over to her or she'll take her... Read more »
You have the right to go to the Probate Court that is handling your father's estate. You were told the name of the Probate Court when your sister notified you as a result of filing your father's will for probate. Since you use the term executor, a term no longer used, it had to be as a...Read more »
You go to the Family Court where you and your spouse last lived together. For example, if the two of you last lived in Lynn go to the Family Court on Federal Street in Salem. At the desk tell the clerk you want to file for divorce. You will be given a complaint for divorce and told how to fill it...Read more »
Other party agreed that supervised visits will remain in effect for one year, after which either party may file a Complaint for Modification. and party is attempting to modify a year after the actual court date not after a one year period of supervised visits. A pretrial is coming up in regards... Read more »
The father went behind my back a couple of years ago to get custody. I was never inform by mail or any type of paper work. I was young and didn’t know I can fight back in court. I was scared of him also. Fast forward till now I was able to reach my daughter and found out she’s staying at the... Read more »
I’m on the process of divorce and I’m waiting on her to refinance the marital house so I can buy a house and take our children there with me every other weekend. Meanwhile I don’t have where to take the children so I have been staying in the couch of the marital house, where she lives, from... Read more »
Your question is "Would it be fair to spend weekdays afternoon only til have a house?"
If there is no Family Court Order setting when you are with the children and when and if you can be in the Family Home then based on what you write it would be fair. While you are with the...Read more »
He kept her over night last night on a no over night order. His visits are from 10am-6:30pm on sundays. Due to the fact that I have not gone outside of the court order to his convenience, he pulled this move. He is not paying his ordered child support. He is trying everything he can to give me a... Read more »
I’m the plantiff in a divorce case that is currently awaiting a pre-trial conference, which is scheduled in September. I’ve recently made the necessary decision to terminate my attorney. My attorney was officially notified today. I will not be retaining another lawyer. Aside from possibly... Read more »
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