Rich J. Peters' answer Your rent and your roommate situation would both be relevant factors for the Court to consider. If your roommate is a good decent roommate than I expect you can sell that to the Judge. If not, then maybe the Judge would consider that a deciding factor. I would need to know more.
Rich J. Peters' answer I have handled this exact dispute a number of times, and I am confident the judge will Order him to sign the form OR Order him to pay you the difference his filing causes in your filing. If we have to go to Court, it is very possible the Court would also Order him to contribute to any attorneys' fees you incur due to his unreasonable actions.
The Arizona Child Support Guidelines, ¶27, specifically require that all federal and state tax exemptions applicable to the minor children shall...
Rich J. Peters' answer You need to file a "Request for Hearing". You can do so at the same Courthouse that issued the Order.
We can help. Please come in soon. This is obviously a very important matter, and you should not go in alone.
One of our attorneys can explain the issues and procedures better in person. As you can imagine, there is too much to cover via email. We offer free ½ hour consultations, in which we can discuss your matter in detail.
Rich J. Peters' answer I would need to know more. Are you paying to two different mothers? If so, then YES, there can be two separate child support Orders. If one Mother, there should only be one Order. Are there two states involved?
Send me some more details, and I can provide a better answer.
Rich J. Peters' answer Please come in soon. We can certainly help you consider and then pursue your options for divorce. This is obviously a very important matter, and you should not go in alone. We can then discuss how child support is calculated in Arizona, whether you may be entitled to spousal maintenance (alimony), and how property and debt will likely be divided.
One of our attorneys can explain the issues and procedures better in person. As you can imagine, there is too much to cover via email. We...
Rich J. Peters' answer Under Arizona law, you are freely permitted to change attorneys anytime you so desire and for any reason whatsoever. It does happen quite often.
If you choose a new attorney, that attorney need simply needs to file a notice of substitution which alerts the court and the opposing party that you have changed attorneys. Your new attorney within seek you are file from your former attorney. Upon filing a notice of substitution, you knew attorney would also have access to the courts...
Rich J. Peters' answer Would you be claiming that they are not safe in his care? Or simply that they should be with you during your sister's time? I would need to now more. We can of course assist with either effort.
Please come in soon. We can certainly help you consider and then pursue your options. This is obviously a very important matter, and you should not go in alone.
One of our attorneys can explain the issues and procedures better in person. As you can imagine, there is too much to cover...
Rich J. Peters' answer Under Arizona law, he will continue to old child support even while he is in rehab unless he takes steps. It would be my suggestion that he file a petition for temporary modification of child support. While Arizona law allows mother to pursue child support as if father is still working, I believe he would have a very strong position to think that the court impute no income during his time of Rehabilitation.
We can certainly help him consider and then pursue his options for seeking a...
Rich J. Peters' answer Technically, any charges/debts incurred PRIOR to service of the Petition for Dissolution ARE community debts. Technically, he is permitted to spend community funds any time he wants to PRIOR to being served. But, when you add the word "recklessly", I would say that we could pursue our half of any community assets that he attempts to hide or waste after receiving notice of your intention to file but before being served.
There are some steps you could/should take in pre-notice...
Rich J. Peters' answer I would need to now so much more. TYPICALLY, it is very difficult to modify the terms of a Divorce Decree which divides property. What is she claiming is the basis to modify? Did your Father owe her other monies that she is claiming were unpaid?
Also, when was the estate served with her Petition to Modify? Has a timely response been filed?
Please call in soon. We can certainly help you consider and then pursue your options. This is obviously a very important matter, and you...
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