I Adopted her 18 months ago and have custody. Her bio-mom dies in car accident 10 years ago. Her aunt is who she has the long term connection with. She has never had a real connection with her dad. Her aunt has offered to let her come live with her and I think it would be the best thing for her,... Read more »
My boyfriend and I have been struggling to deal with his 2 children's mother. We have both girls the majority of the time but any time she gets mad or we do something she doesnt like (like putting them to bed before midnight) she threatens to take them and never allow my boyfriend to see his... Read more »
I filed for child support again and was approved His support started in December and comes right out of his check to me . Will IRS intercept refund or is it too early . The court sent a letter in late December stating he owed That amount otherwise I wouldn’t have known
I re-filed for child support and started to receive payments at the end of December. He owes 19k per the letter from courts . The support has came straight from his check , so it has been paid weekly on time But if he files his taxes, will I get the back support owed ?
No kids, but solely involves a single dollar amount he was to pay. He has not paid it and his lawyer is failing to respond to any phone call and email I make and send. I was going to file a contempt motion but was not sure this was the best route.
Based on your question you need to document this for your records and if you are concerned for your child's safety or it is not in his/her best interest to visit with parent at this time you can withhold visitation. This does come with ramifications but you may have some reasons to support your...Read more »
A child resides with the custodial parent for 16 years but then at 16 the child was asked to move out and move in with the noncustodial parent but neither party goes thru the courts to have support changed or modified. Both parties agreed to allow the noncustodial parent to use the child support... Read more »
There is a juvenile paternity case which is what my lawyer used previously to file for visitation. Can I use that case number to file for custody or do I need to use the case number from the dcs case that was the reasoning behind my parents getting custody
My sons mother is in drugs. I have called cps about it but ahe alwaya found away to get away with it. Now a year later she lost her house amd job. My son is living with me because of the living situation . i walked in her house to pick him up for a visit
I had until 12/16 to be paid the money and move out. I did so and signed a quit claim deed in order to be considered by my new mortgage company for a loan on a new house. Now the ex won’t sign the loan assumption papers or refinance... what can I do?
Our baby was born out of wedlock and we do not live together but both of us signed a paternity affidavit. Being her physical custodian (no court order stating otherwise), am I allowed to move both me and her out of state without the father or his permission?
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