My sons father is in arrears Over 9 thousand dollars and hasn’t paid anything since august 2019 I currently live in Fl the child support order is in ny he hasn’t done his taxes and works under the table to avoid payments i don’t know what I should do please help me
He smokes marijuana. He is always late or finding reasons to not pick her up. He was absent for her first year of life. His brother is a child molestor and an active part of his life. He is always late on child support. And he does not live in my step childs school district.
I signed over the title to mine and my partners mobile home (not husband) but father of my child during a heated argument where I said I was leaving. We made up and I kept the title in my possession. Wasnt so long ago that we had another heated argument and this time he took the title and hasnt... Read more »
I have not worked since we married 25 years ago. I have taken care of him through many health issues- 3 heart attacks, open heart surgery, 8 stints, hip replacement, fractured hip, bi-polar/depression. Helped take care of his mom, been there for him thru the loss of his daughter from cancer and... Read more »
Based on just the facts given here, this could mean that there is a request for you to comply with the sentence, but without having all of the documents in hand, I cannot guaranty that this is what it means. I highly suggest for you to consult with a family law attorney.
It is a false police report as he is claiming she has a mental health problem. He has been awarded 100% temporary custody. My daughter has proof from her doctor that she does not have a mental health illness and all of his accusations are false. Will she be able to get 100% custody or at least have... Read more »
We sold the house and my husband took the proceeds and purchased a house in his name only in another country. He said that he had the right to do that because of our pre nuptial agreement; however, the house we sold was in both of our names bought during the marriage. What should I do?
My Wife knows it is an apt that belongs to my mother but, the apt is registered under my name. If I get divorced, do I have to give her 50% ( FL law )of the apt ? What are my options to fight her ( Wife ) on it ?
Hi. My mother passed away unexpectedly and she was receiving back support payments from my father. I am a adult. Am I able to claim those payments or what will happen now? I live in a different state however the child support case is in Florida.
I smacked my husband's glasses off and he smacked me back. We were waiting for a cab and valet parkers saw us and called security. I had no physical injuries and the guard said he would review the video.Can we be charged and could they put out a warrant for us in our home state of NY?
I am in Jacksonville, FL. Our Christmas break is split where the first parent gets the child from the day they let out of school through to the 25th at 2 pm, and the other parent gets their full time and the child then goes back to the original parent up until going back to school. This year it... Read more »
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