Gary William Boyle's answer I assume you are referring to rules regarding modification of child support. Child support can be modified when a party can demonstrate a significant change in circumstances. The statutes provide that there is a significant change in circumstances when the amount of child support has changed by 20% and more than one year has passed since the Court last entered an order establishing child support. Note that the 20% applies to the amount of support rather than to the amount of either party's...
Gary William Boyle's answer If the New Mexico Court had jurisdiction to issue a custody order in the past and at least one of the parents or the children continues to live in New Mexico, the New Mexico Court rather than a Texas Court would have continuing jurisdiction to modify that custody order. Child custody jurisdiction is a very complicated area of the law. You should retain qualified counsel to represent you in any hearings.
Gary William Boyle's answer To change the terms on which you can see your son, you will have to file a motion to modify custody with the Court. You should describe in the motion what circumstances have changed. The Court may hear your motion or refer you for other services first.
Gary William Boyle's answer The issues of child support and physical custody are separate issues. The child's father has an obligation to provide support for the child. The child's mother can go to court and request child support any time. The Court will award child support based on the parents' income and the worksheet generated by the statutes. The Court will award past child support as well.
If either party asks the Court to get involved in custody issues, the Court's job would be to determine what custody...
Gary William Boyle's answer You should get the Court's approval before you change child support payments. If you agree on the new child support amount, you can submit a stipulated order to the Court. You will both need to sign the stipulated order and the order should provide for the new child support amount and should provide the Court with the facts that the Court would require to determine child support. That would include both parties' incomes and the amount of any of the child's special expenses that are...
Gary William Boyle's answer If you buy the stock of the company, the vendor contracts will continue to be contracts of the company you purchased and will be in force according to their terms. If you buy the assets of the company, the vendor contracts will remain with the seller and you would be free to deal with vendors as you please. Of course, there are many other considerations to take into account when deciding whether to purchase stock or assets.
Gary William Boyle's answer You would have to file a divorce action and ask the Court to allow you time with the children. If the Court issues an order regarding visitation, both of you would have to obey the order or risk being punished by the Court.
Gary William Boyle's answer No. You would be entitled to 23.75% of your spouse's post-retirement military pay assuming that your spouse retires after exactly 20 years of service. The government will not pay your portion directly to you unless you are married for 10 years but the Court can direct that your spouse pay you directly or can even award a lump sum in lieu of future payments if the Court believes that is equitable.
Gary William Boyle's answer The statement means that the other parent would be obliged to cooperate in filling out the paperwork. It does not say anything about who would keep possession of the passport. That would have to be determined by the Court.
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