Q: My ex husband died and he owed me almost 47,000 in back child support. His sister took his life insurance policy and now
There is a wrongful death suit against the landlord. I’ve been trying to get a hold of Hudson county probation but you can’t get through. Every one I talked to from the court etc said I have to file a motion!!! I have the motion from the ombudsman and it’s crazy!!! Help, please
A: You need to hire a competent family law specialist to handle this issue. Everyone has been giving you correct advice. You need to file an application ( motion) with the family court that issued the order for the payment of child support asking for the imposition of a lien on the proceeds of the settlement to ensure that you are paid all of the child support arrears outstanding and if your child[ren] are not yet emancipated, asking for a set aside to cover your ex's share of their suppport through their emancipation. But, you do not have the luxury of time and calling court personnel to handle this issue for you. You need to get a court order from a family part judge authorizing and directing the imposition of restraints on the proceeds and authorizes the set aside of additional monies for future support issues ( if the child[ren] is not emancipated.
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