In her response she came back asking for more money, more property, demanding she stay on my cell phone plan, and I have to keep her on my health insurance. I agree to her request for the health insurance and VA education benefits per eligibility requirements with Tri-care and the VA. I have... Read more »
The answer to your question depends upon whether there currently exists a child support order. In general, child care expenses paid by one parent result in that parent having a "credit" of sorts for payment of the child care. However, some times the court will allocate the cost between...Read more »
I would need to know more about your matter in order to answer the question. In some counties in Arizona, you may set up an account with the court's electronic filing system. It is important that you enter into the registration system the driver's license currently on file with the...Read more »
I need to get him into school and medical insurance for him. The only thing sent with him was hand written note from my daughter. (Not notarized or witnessed) and his immunization records and school withdrawal letter. My grandson lived in Alamogordo. NM. And i live in Apache Junction, AZ.
Because I do not know the facts of your situation, including the status of the parents and your relationship to the child, I am not able to answer the question. However, you should contact an experienced family law attorney and, if you are not happy with the results you obtain in court, contact an...Read more »
My wife and i are currently going through a separation. We have a two, almost three, year old son. Unfortunately we have to agree on a set schedule. After not having him for three weeks my wife calls me saying she will not be able to bring him to me where I live, El Paso Texas and she lives in... Read more »
If you do not have a parenting time order, law enforcement may not do anything to help you. You should contact an experienced family law attorney and, if you are unhappy with the result you obtain in court, contact an experienced family law appeals attorney to inquire as to whether you may be able...Read more »
Mother filed in Wisconsin. She also won sole custody because I couldn't make it to the hearing. She lives out here in Arizona, but says she lives in Wisconsin. We lived together out here 4 years ago and my child was born out here as well. I dont know what needs to be done. If it's... Read more »
You likely will not be able to ask for parenting time or legal decision-making (formally called "custody") at a IV-D hearing. Also, you may need to domesticate the Wisconsin judgment. Finally, there is a fee to be paid for filing any action and service must be effectuated. You should...Read more »
The jail won't let me bail her out. They didn't give her a lawyer or anything. And Im trying to help her but can't afford a lawyer. The jail is telling me she needs to go to court and bail needs to be posted there, but she won't be released until the court date. I am honestly... Read more »
She will need to wait to be arraigned. Some judges require the bond be the "purge" amount of child support owed, but other judges just want the person to start making some payments. If someone cannot afford their child support, it is their responsiblity to file for modification of child...Read more »
The subpoena should have detailed information on it regarding your right to object. However, if you do not have a viable, legal objection, you may be forced to testify. You should consult an experienced family law attorney to assist you with the matter. It is important that you do not ignore the...Read more »
I struggled to obtain a well paying job last year, I was let go once and I was out of a job for a few months, currently with COVID my income was affected. The first child support order was at $345 when I was consistently earning a decent income, but I no longer work there and my hours fluctuate,... Read more »
Arizona currently uses the 2018 Arizona Child Support Calculator. This is available for your use online. Part of any child support calculation includes a "self-support" test. The legislature has set a certain amount (currently $1,400) as the amount you need to support yourself. If you do...Read more »
A parent can ask for back child support regardless of the birth certificate. In terms of how long back, how to address the issue from either side, etc., I suggest you contact an experienced family law attorney.
I have two daughters who are 4 and 3 years old. They currently live in AZ with the mother, I live in Chicago, IL. I'd like to get full custody of them because I do believe and have reasons why it would be in the best interests of the girls. Yet, I know that the courts do not usually favor with... Read more »
i was with a woman 7/8 yrs (common law married) we have a child I paid for and inserted/incriminated the sperm my mom and I took care of ALL the daycare expenses until our daughter started school when she was three. Our daughter is 7yrs old now i have NOT once claimed her on my taxes yet i PAY FOR... Read more »
My ex and I have been petitioned for custody by his soon to be ex wife. He currently has sole custody and I have visitation. His soon to be ex wife has petitioned us for custody of our 4 yr old. I currently have a warrant for probation violation. It was mentioned to me I should ask to have a... Read more »
If the person who advised you suggested asking for a telephonic hearing because you have a warrant out for you, my guess would be that person is trying to shield you from being arrested for the probation violation.
If it were me, I would address the probation violation with a criminal...Read more »
A judge in a small town court issued a restraining order to the other party, without me even in the court room. When I protested this, in court, he not only let the RO stay, but didn't allow me to testify.
annulment. We separated 4 months after getting married, he left back to England, and we have been estranged for 2 years. Can I still get an annulment? How do I move forward in legally divorcing this man?
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