Yes. You must surrender, post bond and then you will receive a court date. You should contact the Court to determine the amount of the bond so you will have sufficient funds available before you appear at court or the police department.
I am Pro Se but not by choice. I am going to file an ex parte Show Cause to ask the courts to order my husband to pay for a retainer fee for a lawyer for me to even out the fairness a bit more because they are taking extreme advantage of me. I meet more than enough stipulations and he makes close... View More
A Show Cause Order is granted upon a Motion for Contempt which must be personally served on the other party. You should file a Motion for a Temporary Order pursuant to 452.315 RSMo. 2016 and request child support, maintenance as well as attorney's fees and costs to be incurred. You should...View More
My daughter is in her second semester of college. She only passed one class first semester but is now passing all classes this semester. Her father is seeking to terminate child support. If he can terminate after only one semester then can I take him back to court after this semester if she passes... View More
My husband makes good money, but his ex wife refuses to hold down a real job. She hasn't filed her taxes either, claiming "She doesn't work". This of course throws the income levels off balance and she is fighting for more child support. One child has aged out and it is time to... View More
Father may introduce proof the Mother is employed. He may also request the Court impute an income to her based upon her earning capacity. This is not the amount she earns; it is the amount she could earn if she did work. This determination takes into consideration her education, licenses,...View More
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