If he has a payment plan set up and is keeping up with the payments per the plan, the government should not take your check. If for some reason your income tax or any such funds specifically distributed by the IRS is taken away, you can file an injured spouse form to get the amount that is...Read more »
Your son does not have to allow you to see his children! I don't know what type of relationship you have with your son. Perhaps if you improve your relationship with him, that will eventually translate into you spending time with his children/your grandchildren. Best of luck to you!
Ages 11 and 15 they are now living w me. Mother addict, father jail for life. I need temp custody for emergencies. Mother is also collecting food stamps and government checks for them that we coukd really use. What should I do?
Mother is an addict, father prison for life. Biological... Read more »
Have you spoken with mom and dad about temporary custody? It doesn't sound like you are biologically related to the children. Where are mom and dad's parents? You should consult with a local attorney regarding your options.
If the custodial parent lost his or her job, this may be an exceptional change in circumstances that may require an adjustment to the child support amount. Courts will not take custody from a parent based on a job loss alone. Why did this person lose his or her job? Losing a job doesn't necessarily...Read more »
More information is needed to formulate an answer to your statement! For example, what is the effective date on your support order? Are you being charged arrears? I suggest you consult with a local attorney to help you figure it out. Good luck!
There are a number of actions available to the FL DOR when dealing with delinquent child support payments. One of which, is suspension of FL DL. Based on the information you provided, my interpretation is that the department was in the process of submitting a DL suspension to the FL DHSMV. However,...Read more »
Current agreement says “as long as child is in need of daycare” I no longer need him to go to daycare as they don’t either when she can be with me. However they want me to continue paying for half for the two days when he could be spending that time with me.
"As long as child is in need of daycare" is rather vague. If the child is in daycare and you have contracted to pay half, then you have an obligation to pay your half. If there is no daycare expense, you should not have to pay. If you and the other party are able to communicate, you should discuss...Read more »
Spouse filled out the worksheet and it seems very wacky. Somehow he calculated it as $60 bucks per kid. He makes about 6K a month and I make about 9K. He will have them for the weekends, though they rarely go over (they are teenagers) would rather hang with friends. I pay health insurance of about... Read more »
You should have discovered to each other your financial affidavit. This document will show his and your net income. Once you have a financial affidavit and an idea of how many days per wee/month each of you will have the children among other factors, you can calculate child support amount using the...Read more »
The person can be charged with fraudulent use of credit card. You should immediately notify your credit card company if your card was fraudulently used. In addition, you can contact the local authorities if you desire prosecuting this person.
Why don't you sell the property and pay your current and future child support? Child support is typically paid with currency. Sounds like you're not paying through the state. If that is the case, if the other parent is willing to accept the property and convert it into cash for child support, then...Read more »
We have a three year son whom I filed shared legal and physical custody of in October. She finally replied and wants sole custody but only filed a parental plan and financial affidavit. Can I file for default since she didn't file all required documents and mail them to me?
If you are both "pro se", the judge may be a little more lenient if she filed a document within the 20 days she had to respond. You can move for a clerk default, however, you have to file for an order of final judgment on the default.
The child support order or decree should state exactly what the amount is. You should not have to guess what is coming out. You can call the Florida Department of Revenue but chances are you will not get much help over the phone. There are local offices that you can stop by to discuss your case....Read more »
Your friend will be charged with a first degree misdemeanor petit theft since the amount is more than $100.00 but less than $300.00. He faces up to one year in jail or 12 months of probation if convicted. If this is his first, he may be eligible for pretrial diversion program. Your friend should...Read more »
2 weeks ago I applied to put my ex boyfriend on child support. The case is not open yet as they said it takes about 20 days to open it. 5 days ago he got in a car accident totaling his car and he just got out the hospital today but will need hip surgery. Prior to the car accident he was working... Read more »
The Department of Revenue will send him a notification that you have filed for child support. In that packet, DOR will ask for pay stubs and income tax documents. If he is currently unemployed, DOR will most likely impute minimum wages on him. If he was working full time for a company, there should...Read more »
A person can be held in contempt of court if he/she violates a previous order specifically directing him/her not to do a certain thing but does it anyway. Was there a previous order directing him/her not to do these things? Otherwise, why would he/she needs your permission to remove their name off...Read more »
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