my ex wife met someone online and abandon my daughter and I, the hearing was posted 3 times and no reply from her. now she comes back to town and wants to take my daughter, 17 years old now, and my daughter refuses to come home, drops out of school, and they to social security office and change the... Read more »
Both children have lived with my husband and me full time for more than a year. She has done literally nothing to support either of her children financially. She doesn't buy them clothes or school supplies or food. In addition to this, she is illegally claiming them on her SNAP benefits.... Read more »
If divorce papers are joint and the said child decides they want to live with one certain parent due to l rules at the other parent’s home.. the other parent has been paying child support (no order) it was a verbal agreement can the other parent go thru DHS to try and get more money?
You can file your supplemental petition where you live and/or preferably where the child lives. Assuming that all legal issues have been in Florida you can attach the original order to your petition as an exhibit. Relocation can be complex so speak with a local family lawyer for more specific...Read more »
In an attempt to be civil, he obliged with her request that payments be made through cashapp rather than DHHS so she'd get them more quickly. We thought this would be acceptable as it leaves a paper trail of payments all titled "kids" or "child support". Unfortunately she... Read more »
My mothers husband put hands on my for sleeping!! And I just want to leave my bf of almost 2 years said i can move in with him and his parents and his parents are ok with it bc they know how my mother treats me. Can I go live with him?
It depends on the type of hearing. If it was a divorce trial where child support was just one of many issues, it would take a few (or more) months. If it was a hearing where DOR was seeking support on the other parent's behalf, it should be much quicker. It also depends on the county you are...Read more »
The child is now 33 years old, I had been paying for years until I fell into financial hardship and now with my drivers license suspended in 2004, I have been indigent since that time, What can I do to reinstate my drivers license? I now live in North Carolina
I want to sign over rights to child as I do not believe to be this child's father. Would I still have to pay child support if I relinquish rights to this child, if it ends up being mine? I truly believe it's not mine due to nature of the individual and timing or information given. She has... Read more »
The child’s mother can serve you with a paternity action to establish parentage and the court will order a DNA test upon you. If it’s determined that you’re the biological father, then the court will order you to pay monthly child support until the child reaches age 18. You’re decision to...Read more »
I have a set up child support case in ASUME, but he moved to North Carolina and cannot be reached. I was told I needed to submit to have the documentation for translation in ASUME but Im lost what the process is from then on. He has a 20k debt and was only in the child’s (8) life for the first... Read more »
The dependent will be 18 next year. Can the case be terminated. Using texas law. Custodial tried to open case in texas. We have a case # in texas but no balance because the original case still in puerto rico.
I pay my child support but have not been allowed to have any contact with my daughter by any means other than us mail and she is not getting anything I send her. My mother was allowed contact with her and is stated that in the court order. I never received anything about an upcoming court case bc I... Read more »
Child is 20yo, HS graduate, who is now an emancipated adult. CSEA reports that they are no longer enforcing the order but I need something to cancel the order with DFAS as I am now retired military. Child is currently emancipated in Gilbert, Arizona
Your question answers itself. One reason that a child support case would go to court IS because the mother requested support. It has nothing to do with the age of either parent. The second reason that a child support case would go to court is because the mother received benefits from the State,...Read more »
She blocked all communication and moved to florida soon after divorce, i cant contact her and pay my cs on time. I get nothing promised in the dovorce contract, video calls, visits(i cant afford to travel to florida regularly). Does violating the contract affect anything? This was all filed in the... Read more »
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