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 the... 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?
My sons dad is getting divorced and his ex is trying for custody of our son. I have legal matters myself that are making it difficult for me to go to court. So if I avoid getting served what happens if I don't go? If I wasn't served then I didn't know right?
If the mother and the father have a case which was filed with the Maricopa Superior Court, you can file as a "third party" intervening in that case," and should be able to accomplish your goals, unless the Father objects. If that happens, the case becomes more fact specific.
I am recently divorced and my ex-wife is monitoring texts between me and my children, as well as hovering over them whIle we talk on the phone. Is this legal in the state of Arizona? Don't I have some form of privacy allotted to me when talking with my children?
The grandmother recently picked my son up for a visit and allowed him to stay in a halfway house with his father without my knowledge, she said my boy was going to stay with her and visit his father before he goes to prison, instead she allowed my son to stay in a halfway house for 2 nights and is... Read more »
Name is xxx. I am in need of help with my family case and I just had my hearing for child support on the 12th and I was builled by father and the judge and i need help with filing appeal and visitation and I'm going to need a Lawler by my side. My child has never met him I have pruff he lied in... Read more »
Mother employed with clean record, income and health insurance for child. - Father unemployed, heavy alcohol user and recent admitted meth drug user. Neither parent has filed for custody in courts. Mother left shared rental unit with child after father admitted meth use. Is it required mother get... Read more »
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