Her new spouse's insurance primarily covers himself, his own 2 kids, now my ex, and now my 2 kids. "As we all know" there is no increase in cost just to add 2 additional children to a healthcare policy.
Child Supp included health care coverage costs for our own children. She personally now... Read more »
Child support is always modifiable. If you file for a modification the court will look at each parent's current income to do the new calculation. It is possible that the court will take the family health insurance premium and figure out what portion is paid for your children only. It does not...Read more »
I have good reason to believe my daughters father (she is 3, we were never married) has taken her out of state (FL to SC). I did not consent to this and was not informed of this. He is refusing to tell me his location or any other information surrounding the health and safety of my daughter, and... Read more »
The first question that the court will ask is how did he get your daughter to begin with. Did you let him take her voluntarily? Was there a specific day that he was to return her? Did you write anything down? If he has really taken her and cut off all communication then you can report it to the...Read more »
She has not allowed me to see my daughter since October iv tried texting her fb messages she has blocked i haven't seen my daughter since then what do i have to do so i can see her she just turned 2 i just want to be able to see my daughter please could you help answer or guied me to what i haveto... Read more »
Unless there are restrictions in place through the court the other parent can let you see the child as much as you like. The timesharing schedule gives the person who has a specific day priority but does not prohibit contact with the other parent.
Started my divorce with a lawyer and can no longer find his firm or reach him. My papers are signed by myself and soon to be ex husband. Do i have to start over with different papers or can i continue just through the court system. The soon to be ex husband is moving out of state tomorrow.
we have agreed to every other weekend now the father is wanting more days thru the week with our son some new law he has heard or told by someone he wants 3/4 days out of the week and half summer time and he has not given me time to agree or accept anything he has filed court documents on me to... Read more »
It sounds like he is trying to modify the current timesharing arrangement. After he files the papers he needs to convince the judge that it is in the child's best interest to make the change. You will have the opportunity to say why it should not change.
My sons mother is an alcoholic living with me while I still pay child support. She is never around and putting my sons life in Jeopardy mentally. Please feel free to call me at 561-376-1458 thank you kindly
Caught wife cheating with her coworker, had been for a year(have texts to prove it). She moved out the martial home voluntarily because she wanted to de her thing. We live in Key West and I can’t afford to live here in a home that would accommodate our two children(one disabled). I pay all the... Read more »
You need to read your parenting plan. If it is silent on this issue then you do not get the following weekend. The theory is that over the course of the year it will even out. It is possible that father's day will fall on her weekend, for example. Holidays take precedence over the regular schedule.
If you are asking specifically about divorce, if you have lived in Florida longer than six months and made it your permanent home then you can file for divorce in Florida, even if your spouse lives in another state.
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