Working Money to buy everything for herself. Ex said since our daughter has a job she doesn’t need to use the childsupport money for her. can I go back to court and modify childsupport since my daughter is working and buying her own things?
You need to file a Petition for Citation of Contempt or a Motion for Contempt. Have the petition or motion served upon the other party and set it for a hearing. During your hearing, you will have the opportunity to present evidence of the contempt that you are alleging.
I have a baby in Feb and turn 18 in July. Me and my grandparent's don't get along and the environment of us argueing isn't good for my baby. They have no problem with me moving out, I just need to know if I can legally without an emancipation trial because nobody had time for that.
If the alimony is modifiable, you will need to file a petition to modify the alimony obligation. You will need to show that you have had a material change in circumstances with your income and show where you have tried to replace the lost income.
He was abusive. Now I believe he is abusive or neglectful to our daughter. She reports threats towards me. He litigates. Wins bc his lawyer is fraudulent. How do I prove these things? Is he allowed to get a final decree without disclosing his financial information? Does he have to pay to support... Read more »
Possibly. It would depend on the specific facts of your case. If you have concerns with an investigation initiated by the Department of Children and Family Services, you should immediately consult with an attorney to determine your rights and options.
When they do answer they claim the kids dont wanna talk to me and are scared of me. I've never showed anything but love towards my children and when they left my possession they very much didnt want to go, it was hard. Within a week they had my kids saying hurtful things to me and being rude... Read more »
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