"Child" means an individual under 18 years of age, an individual under age 20 who is still attending secondary school, or an individual who, by reason of physical or mental condition, is incapable of self-support.
So you are responsible for child support until the child turns 18 but if your daughter is still in high school you have to continue pay support until she is 20. Please feel free to contact me should you...
Kristen Bullock's answer You are not legally obligated to follow a Guardian ad Litem's recommendations regarding parenting time. However, depending on the situation it may be advisable. I would need more information before adequately answering your question and providing advice.
Kristen Bullock's answer I would need more information to adequately answer your question. For starters, it depends on whether there is a court order granting your cousin parenting time. Please have your cousin contact me if he is interested in setting up a consultation at #651.270.6484.
Kristen Bullock's answer The citation should be sent to the address listed on your driver's license or state issued identification card. There is no law that prevents the Court from mailing a citation/court date to your parents' address.
Kristen Bullock's answer Yes, parents can agree that no child support will be exchanged between the parties. However, keep in mind, the judge has the ultimate decision whether an agreement will be accepted. Also, if one parent is receiving certain forms of public assistance the county may have to agree as well.
Kristen Bullock's answer My answer is - YES. You need an attorney to review your case and determine if there are reasons that the charges should be dismissed or reduced. I offer a free consultation, please feel free to contact me at 651.270.6484.
Kristen Bullock's answer I would be interested in reading the police report and discussing your case. You may have a potential argument for dismissing the case. I would not hesitate in contacting an attorney to preserve your rights. Please feel free to contact me at 651.270.6484.
Kristen Bullock's answer Because Father has parenting time, you would need either Father's consent or court permission to leave the state. This advice is general and if you want advice specific to your case you can contact me at 651-270-6484.
Kristen Bullock's answer This is a complex question and would depend on the facts of this case. If you are not already represented, please feel free to contact me to set up a free consultation 651.270.6484.
Kristen Bullock's answer It depends on how the child support order was written. However, in general, there is no automatic reduction when one of the children become emancipated (turn 18 or graduate from high school). The obligor is still responsible until they file in court asking or a reduction. Again, that would depend on what the child support order stated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 651.270.6484 if you have any questions.
Kristen Bullock's answer Since your brother shares custody, Mother should not have moved out of the state with the minor child without his agreement or court permission. Your brother should contact an attorney right away before Minnesota loses jurisdiction and the other state gets jurisdiction. I handle these matters, please feel free to contact me at 651.270.6484 to set up a consultation.
Kristen Bullock's answer More information would be needed to fully answer this question. However, I would not get overly concerned about father's threats unless you get served with court papers as it seems like he has some issues that would make it difficult for him to get custody. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions as I do offer phone consultations - 651.270.6484.
Kristen Bullock's answer Child support is not only based on the parents' income but also the parenting time. So more information would be needed to answer this question. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 651.270.6484.
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