Questions Answered by Cheryl L Van Ackeren

Q: Will my income be included in my live in boyfriend's child support calculation?

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for Washington on
Answered on May 17, 2014
Cheryl L Van Ackeren's answer
No, your income should not be included in his child support.

Q: I desperately need phone numbers for overpayment lawyers in seattle wa that are free

1 Answer | Asked in Social Security for Washington on
Answered on May 17, 2014
Cheryl L Van Ackeren's answer
You should try one of the legal aid services. The Northwest Justice Project offers free legal aid to low income families.

Q: Can my mom tell child support enforcement that she does not want child support from me?

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for Washington on
Answered on May 17, 2014
Cheryl L Van Ackeren's answer
You can request that they waive the arrears child support as long as the amount owed is due to your mother and not the state. If the amount is due to the state, then you can request the state waive the arrears. I recommend you speak with a lawyer to help you make the request.

Q: In Washington State if my daughters mother is willing to stop my back support and I onl how do I go about stopping

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Washington on
Answered on May 17, 2014
Cheryl L Van Ackeren's answer
First you need to verify that your back child support is owed to the mother. In some situations, the back child support is owed to the state and the mother can only waive the portion due to her. I would recommend contacting an attorney so they can help you submit a waiver of the debt.

Q: How long is the waiting period after filing

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Washington on
Answered on May 17, 2014
Cheryl L Van Ackeren's answer
After filing the petition for dissolution, Washington state requires you to wait 90 days.

Q: In wa st I have had third party custody of my sisters kids and I also have my son with disabilitys how do I give up cust

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Washington on
Answered on May 17, 2014
Cheryl L Van Ackeren's answer
The grandmother can petition the court for custody. Once the court approves the grandmother, she can take custody from you.

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