Previous case was court ordered. Closed by the mother to allow the father to obtain a better job, after verbal agreement was made for father to make payments on his own. After a year in a half of making payments on his own, the father just went back on the agreement and stopped making payments. Can... Read more »
Counterclaim has been filed and there’s no response to my counterclaim. The courts are giving the plaintiff 90 days to respond. Plaintiff already missed the 1st deadline to respond. Can I file something to before the 90 days are up to dismiss the case
Yes she is allowed to leave you. If the camper is marital property l, it belongs to both you so she can use it. She should not sell it or any if your belongings. You can file for divorce and ask for the property to be divided.
We have a set hearing February 13th but have an open litigation case in California about child custody and UCCJEA. The children have been living with me since MAY 2021. I have multiple court orders from 3 different states that can prove this. What documents do I use to properly file in the Superior... Read more »
I also have a child with autism and a pregnant wife I also have two other children with my wife can that help reduce my child support as I have to pay for everything in home including my visitation costs
It is possible that there might be a decrease. If your income has increased since the last order and / or your ex's income decreased, then the overall amount may not actually decrease. You need to consult with an attorney who can give advice based on your situation.
long story short my son is about 15 months old and his father has never paid child support or tried to help me out. He doesn’t visit him and the only way he sees him is if I drive him 8 hours to my home town (yes I have told him he can come visit, his reason is not being able to put miles on his... Read more »
When I got sick I wasn't able to work . I went to child support recovery an showed them my paper work where I had to apply for disability I filed for a modification of child support was denied so still was suppose to pay $ 645 a month with no income at all . I was in am out of the hospital for... Read more »
In a contempt case, you have to prove that you have exhausted all resources in order to avoid contempt. Your being able to work is not the only solution. Sometimes, people have to borrow money, take a loan from a bank, or sell assets in order to come up with the money.
Is there anything that can be done about the custodial parent that will not get a job? Her not working has my monthly payment sky high. She chooses to not work and get state assistance, living assistance, and child support...
No one can force her to work. You can file a modification and try to prove she is capable of earning more. Also, you have to fact in thr cost of child care if she were to work. You would have to contribute to that also.
I left the home five months ago. He refuses to talk about the divorce or any division of property until after the holidays. But suddenly he wants to start paying the mortgage. And was quite adamant about it. What can he take from me? We are hardly high asset
I'm not sure what benefits he's getting, or what you're concerned about him taking from you, but no one can answer a specific question without reviewing your financial situation and assets and debts. Part of the divorce process is having your attorney review that information and then...Read more »
Or representation and having issues with being told that I were to pay child support and kids are in the custody of State and that I have no visitation rights how is these things possible when I wrote a letter notarized letter stating that I needed time to prepare for this civil matter while I was... Read more »
She is currently incarcerated for elder abuse and several other charges, none of which have been waived. I can reveal more history as needed to receive an answer. I am writing this myself with no prompting from another person. I am totally independent, pay my own mortgage, bills, etcetera.
My daughter was adopted 3 years ago she is now 17 she and the adopted mom don't get along because she refuses to allow my daughter any contact with me and she can be rude about it to my daughter. My daughter is trying to find out if she can legally leave from there and they can't make her... Read more »
He has visitation rights every other weekend. He struggles with mental health and addiction problems and i feel as if sometimes he is not mentally where he needs to be to watch our daughter. Legally what are my rights as far as having to send her there if he is not acting sane ?
I have custody of my child. her mother gets her every other weekend. my sister gets visitation the 2nd weekend of the month. my child's mother says when the second weekend of the month falls on the mother's weekend it doesn't count as her weekend but when the 2nd weekend of the month... Read more »
Every other weekend is exactly what it sounds like. Numbered weekends are different. In order for an attorney to correctly interpret what your parenting plan says, you should set up a consultation so they can review the plan and give you advice based on what it says.
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