Depends on what the Agreement/Order states. If the Agreement/Order has both of you having the child the same time the two of you should discuss who should have the child. I would note that if the Agreement provides each of you with access on your respective birthday, even if the holiday is yours...Read more »
If a person was coerced into signing the prenup (i.e. the day before the wedding), there was not full disclosure or the party challenging had no way of even known the values of the asset at the time the pre-nup was signed. In addition a prenup could be invalidated if the agreement is too lopsided,...Read more »
you should write to the person who is the owner of the belongs giving them 30 days to obtain the belongs or otherwise you will dispose of it. the letter should be sent certified mail so you can firm that the person received it.
marry him before the hearing and then invoke your marital privilege. Otherwise, they can force you to testify. Please note that even if you do marry and invoke your marital privilege, they still may try to prosecute him (depending on what other evidence they have). Also note that you can only...Read more »
I'm 16 years old and born in El Salvador. I came to the U.S. when I was 5 and have lived with my mom here in MD until now and my dad lives in California. I don't know if my mom has full custody of me since they were never married and my dad doesn't pay legal child support, just sends... Read more »
If he or she lives in Maryland you can look here: http://casesearch.courts.state.md.us/inquiry/inquiry-index.jsp and type in your name or your spouse's name. If he lives in another state, perhaps the other states have a similar website you can check.
We share the children, 2 weeks per visit. I I take care of all the health benefits an doctor visits, most of the schooling.(visits, supplies, electronics,homework, etc) I take care an provide any and everything when there with me.
He was taken from his mother in July by his maternal grandparents and giving to me. He has lived with me for 6 months straight, but I have still been paying child support each month-his mother will give me none of it back, and has not provided for our son in any way. I filed for a modification and... Read more »
contact the office of child support immediately and request a hold on the garnishment or at least a hold of them forwarding the money to the other parent until this is resolved. If they will not agree, file a Motion requesting a freeze and file a motion to shorten time for OCSE to respond. You...Read more »
Must I include money I receive for my son from his father? When filing for an increase from my daughters father? What monies needed to be accounted for on my child support paperwork? I get money from my sons father "under the table"
My childs mother wants my child support increased purely to pay for her boyfriends child support payment. She has stated this in various emails and text messages. It is no way to benefit our child. I can not afford the proposed raise. What can I do? Does this even matter?
The Court will decide whether or not a modification is necessary, by determining whether either (or both) of your incomes have significantly changed, the child's work-related daycare has changed, and if custody has changed in determining whether or not to modify. It also wouldn't hurt...Read more »
We live in my mothers house in a separate addition. I have been asking to separate; husband won't leave. I'm looking to move out. If he were to move out of the house, either stay in the USA or return to his country, he wants me and our child to stay at our current location. He says he... Read more »
He is working again and also going to counseling for his anger. He wants to be there for his son . this incident was a one time thing and I do not want him to go to jail . our court date is next Wednesday . what should I do to keep him out of jail ?
You can do your marital privilege. However, the state could decide to still try the case if they wanted to (depending on the other evidence they had). The only thing you can do to try and prevent him from going to jail is invoke your marital privilege and if found guilty asked to be heard before...Read more »
He admitted to what he did in court for the protective order hearing because he didn't know I had a pending criminal case towards him.Do I have a good case? Should I jus accept him getting probation or take it to trial?
Its not your choose as to whether the State will continue with the case. Nor is it your decision what the Judge decides to do as punishment if he is found guilty. If you are married you could plead your marital privilege (unless you already did in another matter). Even if this were to occur, if...Read more »
It is possible. You can argue that she is voluntarily impoverishing herself to require you to pay more child support, but it would be your burden to prove that she is voluntarily impoverishing herself.
I have been paying support for 4-5 years now and picked up a part time job to help pay bills, support increases, and save a little for my kids college. Will I need to include this in my support review for this year?
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