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Q: My ex wife continued for 15 years taking child support payments after my son turned 18. Can I take her to court for pmt?

The child support payments were automatically taken out of my Teacher Retirement checks over the years and I just discoved it last February and had it stopped.

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Q: My ex wife continued for 15 years taking child support payments after my son turned 18. Can I take her to court for pmt?

The child support payments were automatically taken out of my Teacher Retirement checks over the years and I just discoved it last February and had it stopped.

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support and Divorce for Georgia on
Q: If I agree to uncontested divorce how do I make agreement for child’s support?

I have multiple kids

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Child Support for Minnesota on
Q: Which lawyer can I contact about Ex-spouse paying for a life insurance policy without my consent?

I've been divorced for 27 years, and a month ago, I found out that my ex is paying into a life insurance policy without my consent. He also had the policy information going to his address in my name. Can you direct me to the appropriate lawyer to assist me with this?

Robert Kane
Robert Kane
answered on May 24, 2024

This is my area of expertise, but there may not be anything wrong or even inappropriate. Contact your own insurance agent first to get a free opinion.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Kentucky on
Q: Can employee of KY child support office also be employed by local detention center at same time? It's excessive power.

This woman literally sends some sort of notice or request to the county attorney, while listing the parties in reference as (name of parent 1) VS (name of parent 2)? Although the complainant isn't "parent 1", although that's the implication. These papers forwarded from her and... View More

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answered on May 24, 2024

In Kentucky, there are ethical and legal concerns regarding an individual holding positions in both the child support office and the local detention center simultaneously. This situation can create a conflict of interest and potentially an abuse of power. The ability to influence both the... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for New York on
Q: Can I change a child support order from being taken automatically from my check to me manually sending a check?

I currently pay my ex child support but my wife wants to return to work (she's a stay at home mom currently) because she makes more money than I do and I'm going back to college full-time. Currently, the child support is taken directly from my paycheck bi-weekly. Can this be changed so I... View More

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Q: My ex husband owns a trucking company and is paying child support through a court order, he’s currently trying to get a

New DOT number in his son’s name to keep from paying child support. Can he do this legally?

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Q: Child support end question

My youngest child graduated from college and accepted a job as bio med engineer. the agreement states support ends when the youngest is emancipated. Should I assume the support is complete? I no longer live in the state of the order and have no heard from the mother for almost 2 years.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for California on
Q: Can I exclude an investment property from my income and expense declaration?

I am thinking about transferring an income property into a single-member LLC and having the single member be a trust. The property revenue would be deposited into the LLC checking account and there would be a separate tax return filed for the trust. I would not receive income from the property or... View More

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answered on May 23, 2024

Under California law, when filing an Income and Expense Declaration (Form FL-150), you are required to provide a complete and accurate disclosure of your financial situation, including all sources of income and expenses. This includes any income or expenses related to investment properties.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Divorce for Nebraska on
Q: I finally filed for divorce from my husband who was very emotionally, verbal, and towards the last year of marriage.

I was the primary caregiver to our girls, only getting a part-job because I was tired of money being thrown in my face and cutting off my access to cards when we fought about his drinking. the judge sided with my ex claiming that I didn't change my work schedule (im in health care) and he had... View More

Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
answered on May 23, 2024

Is your divorce action still pending? If only a temporary order was entered, you have a lot more options than if the final divorce decree was already entered. From the wording of your question, it sounds like you may already be divorced at this time. You only have 10 days after the divorce decree... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for Illinois on
Q: Child support is at 48k I won't pay it but it just keeps adding up the kid in question was three weeks old when I met

The kid was already three weeks old when I met mother she claims a knowledge of paternity was signed but she has been married to someone else for many years and knows who the actual father is I just want this off my back

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Child Support, Civil Litigation and Domestic Violence for Florida on
Q: URGENT 61on disability got eviction5/18(retaliatory)hve docs pd need help dispute case24-004073-CO

do I get 30days 4 mtm no lease not late w rent? retaliatory

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Family Law for Kentucky on
Q: What should I expect for my first custody hearing without having an attorney? DVO against me, facing numerous charges

What should I expect for my first custody hearing (no representation), baby’s father has really lawyered up, filed for sole custody, he has a DVO against me, I’m facing numerous criminal charges related to the DVO, and haven’t had any visits with the baby since January? (Not for lack of... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Child Support for Georgia on
Q: Our decree states we are to split medical/dental 50/50 that is not covered by insurance. He has not paid anything.

I am the custodial parent of our two children and our divorce was final in 2002. The decree states that my ex "has a major medical policy in effect for the children". They were never on any policy he had and I had them on Georgia Medicaid, and I never noticed that he claimed to have them... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Massachusetts on
Q: My ex-wife has filed a registration of foreign decree. The court mandates a meeting at least a week before the pre-trial

I have filed for a court appointed attorney as I cannot afford one but still haven’t received anything from the court with regards to this matter. Who should summon this meeting? Would it be her or her lawyer as plaintiff? Should I as defendant send an email requesting the meeting to be... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Child Custody and Child Support for Indiana on
Q: ADR and Court with NO provisional or communication from Legal Aid attorney

Please help me understand why ADR has been ordered by the court, when the respondent has current two year protective order and parenting time IS NOT even an option, not in the home for consistently almost 9 years, no shared property, no shared debts. The respondent has also been avoidant in giving... View More

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Q: My inheritance was taken by the Texas attorney general office for back child support, is there anything I can do

My inheritance was taken by the Texas attorney general office for unpaid child support is there anything I can do to get either the whole inheritance back or part of it

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