You can file the paternity action either in Jackson County or Trempealeau County. I would think that the better option in this case though would be to file in Jackson County since the I assume the child is living with the other parent in that county.
We had joint placement but my ex didn't have day care for him so he said I had to take him for the summer. Now that schools in place he wants him every other week again and I think he's doing much better full time with me. He refuses to pay anything more.
If you want to receive child support, you would need a court order in place to be able to enforce it. In most cases, child support will follow a placement order so you will probably want to request an order for primary placement and then request the court to calculate child support for that as...Read more »
Once your son is 18, you no longer have an obligation to pay your ex-wife child support for that child. Child support needs to be notified of the fact that he has reached 18 years of age. There is no possible way your son to receive child support from you though. Child support is going to be paid...Read more »
When we bought the house, It was in his name only because my credit wasn't great. I recently was told by a friend that I'm entitled to half of what the house is worth. Our court date is in 3 days. What should i do?
There are many factors that play into this decision. Your friend is partially correct since Wisconsin is a marital property state meaning that the default assumption is that marital property will be divided equally among the parties. However, there are a number of factors that may cause the court...Read more »
It all depends on what he is doing when he keeps coming back to the residence. If he is engaged in violent or offensive behavior with you, consider notifying the police since you can get a record of it from a police report. If this happens frequently, you may want to consider filing for a...Read more »
Since both of you are in agreement with regard to the changing placement and child support, you can file a stipulation with the court highlighting the changes you wish to make. Both of you need to sign this document and you will need to have it notarized as well. However, be aware that the changes...Read more »
He can fight you all he wants for more placement or child support but that does not necessarily mean he is going to get what he wants. He is not likely going to be able to get child support from you unless he has the majority of the placement time. Of course there are many other factors that play...Read more »
My ex-husband and I have had a temporary order for physical placement and legal custody in place for over a year and a half. It states that I am to have contact with our 3 children and I have not had contact with them since the end of January, and before that it was few and very far between. I'm... Read more »
As you say he is your ex-husband, I am assuming you have already gotten the final decree of divorce. If that is the case, I am not sure why there would be a temporary since that would have been valid only during the interim of the divorce process. Either way, if you have a court order stating you...Read more »
Child support will not automatically increase if you get a new job with higher pay. There would be a higher chance of that child support amount increasing if mother decides she wants to go through with a review of the child support or if she files a motion stating she would like to have that...Read more »
So if I understand your question correctly, you are describing a situation where you are married to a woman who has a child with another man from a past relationship. If that is the case, you technically do not have any rights to that child unless you adopted the child following a termination of...Read more »
They said they will tell us the main points and sign the paperwork right away and you can read the rest later after already signing the paperwork. They also said if anyone makes an ordeal over it they will take stuff away like the use of headphones and that.
You might possible have a case as this company seems to have forced you to sign under duress, but this may not be an especially strong case. It is important to understand that under normal conditions when you record your signature on the contract, you will be bound to the terms of the contract. It...Read more »
There is noting wrong with you two dating each other and having physical contact with each other. What you do need to be aware of is that since you are the age of majority (18) and your significant other is still a minor, it is against the law to have any sexual relations with them until they reach...Read more »
It depends on why you want to reopen the case. If you are trying to make a change to the current child support order, you would probably want to file a modification motion. However, if you are trying to notify the court that the paying party is not paying their support obligations then you are...Read more »
The only required notice you have to give to your husband is once you actually file the petition for divorce. You begin the process by filling out a summons and petition for divorce. In order to move forward with the divorce, your husband needs to be served with the summons and petition which would...Read more »
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