My ex wife filed for divorce from me while I was incarcerated and won. I’ve always questioned his paternity based on her infidelity, but I know he needs a good dad. Now I’m remarried and my ex is making my life hell. She won’t allow me to see him, but receives child support. I don’t know... Read more »
I pay $300/month in child support and I'm responsible for making sure he has insurance, which he does. While in my care, my son needed to go to the dr and we split all uninsured medical costs in half. Can I take the amount the custodial parent owes me out of the next months child support? For... Read more »
Your case has an entire history that led to DFCS involvement and a safety plan. You need to speak to an attorney that can review all of the documents, evidence and hear your story before giving advice about a case in progress.
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The child support office will not make the effort to get into business income and expenses. A private attorney is better to help get the correct amount of child support if there is a business involved. If a parent owns a business and provides tax returns that show 40k in income, even if they live...Read more »
The home is a marital home, so she cannot force you to leave. Prior to filing for divorce, she can terminate you from the insurance policy. If you file for divorce, that will prevent her from terminating the insurance until the divorce is final.
My daughter kicked her husband out of the home back in December due to violence I’m the sole care taker of my daughter and kids this man does not pay support or help with any thing these children he drinks and does drugs doesn’t have a home or job he calls her daily making threats he will have... Read more »
Child support In SC states beyond suspending the NCP license that’s all their doing in COVID 19. The director of child support in ga states she will not put a lien on his accounts, they only look at them. The arrears is almost 10,000. The NCP is an Over the Road truck driver. Also this is a... Read more »
My ex wife and I were divorced two years ago. We have a 6 year old daughter, who we have share custody of (equal time). However, the courts labeled her as primary physical parent. I recently remarried and had a son and a step daughter, plus a wife whom doesnt work. I pay 350.00 a month in child... Read more »
The primary custodian is the children’s mother. She has not kept them in two weeks I pay my child support every two weeks. They have been staying with me and my family during these two weeks they have been to her house two days and I’m being generous. Do I still need to pay child support even... Read more »
My husband's ex moved his child to South Carolina from Georgia 6 months ago. The original order was filed in Georgia. He wants to modify visitation but isn't sure if or how to transfer the jurisdiction of the case to South Carolina. What is the motion called that he'd have to file to... Read more »
The case must be filed in Georgia. Georgia is the only state that has jurisdiction over the case. A Georgia judge may have the option to terminate its own jurisdiction and allow a case to be filed in South Carolina, but that is unlikely after only 6 months.
He said he filed for custody (this just happened june 17) and is refusing to bring him back. He will not even tell her where her son is, and he living with his new girlfriend. My daughter and him are not divorced. She has been in ga with the son for 8 months
I have an elderly friend who has full custody of her great grandson. She is wanting to have paperwork stating who the child should be appointed to in case of her death. She wants to appoint a non family member. Is that possible?
How can you not have a say in where the child should go.... Read more »
My ex recently remarried and his new wife posts pictures of my kids on her social media and I am uncomfortable with that. We have shared custody but I have primary custody as they are with him less than a quarter of the days of the year. Am I legally justified to ask her to refrain from posting... Read more »
I know that there could be legal issues if I take my child out of Puerto Rico without the fathers consent BUT, what if I did not live in Puerto Rico at the time of birth . Let’s say I have a baby in Georgia and then I move to Puerto Rico with the child father where he has always resided and then... Read more »
In Georgia, an unmarried mother has all rights to custody, so you can move as you wish. If Puerto Rico is your destination, then you should consult an attorney there to figure out if those rights would be affected by moving there.
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