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.
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),...Read more »
My sister got arrested because he hit her and she defended herself but for being evidence of her scratching him to be able run out the house she was detained for assult they have joint custody he has the kids can we her family get the kids from him
Dad with no custody pays child support payment plus back child support payment every month and is wanting to turn his life around for his kids by voluntarily going to an inpatient rehab. He will have to quit his job to go so he wants to know if he will face any penalties for going to rehab because... Read more »
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...Read more »
I’m afraid if I tell him before I file he will spend our savings account. I know filing freezes assets. But I also need to tell him soon, perhaps before I’m able to file. I just need to know if he starts spending from our savings account recklessly if he will be required to still pay half the... Read more »
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...Read more »
My dad was convicted and sentenced to 80+ years in 2016, his divorce from second wife was final in 2012. She is petitioning the court to remove the clause in their divorce that states my father was entitled to 50% of her retirement that accumulated over their 7 year marriage. She was instructed by... Read more »
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...Read more »
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