We are joint managing conservators. I'm the non-custodial, but I had no idea that she would take my daughter to an allergy specialist and begin treatment without consulting with me. Now she is asking for half the cost, but i would like to get a second opinion. How Does that work?
Are you serving a Motion for Enforcement? Or a subpoena? Those are two different documents
If you are serving a Motion for Enforcement and if your ex is an employee of the company in Georgia, you cannot serve a Motion for Enforcement for your ex, by serving the company that they work for or...Read more »
We live in Nebraska and the child support agency here is trying to take my refund for my husband's child support debt I work he don't. He is trying to get disability for his medical problems. We called the agency and they said we had to have administrative review paper filled and post... Read more »
After I left my ex and I took the kids with me. Child support started taking my income . I didn’t know she was collecting welfare while we were living together . So I filed to cancel order due to lack of notice and fraud and motion was granted. She moved and started collecting welfare in another... Read more »
You need to file a motion with the court (child support court/superior court??) and have an actual hearing, rather than contacting case workers and waiting for them to take appropriate action. While the children are in your custody, you should not be obligated to pay child support. The trial...Read more »
I'm struggling with my own self because of what my in-laws and wife has done. I'm trying to pick up the pieces they left behind. I'm trying to do that, support my son and make a life for us. If I get hit with what is normal on child support I'll be literally on the streets.
Good evening, I am currently in a situation where my husband and I are separated and I am actually currently pregnant with his second child (his first being from a previous relationship and is 12 years old now). Since this has been a high-risk pregnancy and the insurance through his employer is... Read more »
We have shared joint custody over the years and I have been paying child support as well as maintaining health insurance on the children. They now have chosen to live with me full time at the ages of 15 and 16.
During most of our marriage he was making a lot more $ than he was at the time of our divorce. I was disabled in 2012 and I still am. All I got for child support&alimony was the SD min. About 1 year after divorce he started making what he usually made, but I didn’t find this out until last... Read more »
My wife has taken my child from me before. This time after we got back together and moving to TN because she hated Wisconsin. She and her Mother-in-law left me with a debt that include my Mother-in-law not paying for her husband's and her cell phone in a attempt to take me out the picture.... Read more »
Child support is determined by income of the parents with certain deductions for insurance, day care, and medical costs. This calculation is then made on the guidelines in accordance with the custody schedule. Having "debt" is not going to factor much, if at all. You would be wise to hire...Read more »
I have this provision in my Parenting Plan to deter my ex from abducting our son. He is set to travel internationally next month but says it is not clear what type of bond the statute is describing and has offered to set up a joint bank account and put the court ordered amount in it. I told him... Read more »
I recently discovered through a DNA test that I have a son. His mother was married at the time to a real jerk of a man but was afraid to get a divorce. She told me she got an abortion and we broke things off. I lived the last 14 years not knowing she went ahead with the birth. My son was born in... Read more »
He has moved around to avoid paying child support and I know now, he is in Oregon. Even with our child’s passing, is he still liable to pay the back support? Our child had a child of her own that I now care for and the help from is prior obligation would be beneficial for her child now.
I hired a private lawyer in 2020. July 2021 our court order was signed by my childrens father. His payments are suppose to come out his check through the state from his job. But it’s been one whole year and the payments are still not right. I have been to the child support office almost every... Read more »
You would probably do better to take all of your paperwork to a private attorney and let him/her review it. The private attorney will be better able to spend the time on trying to determine what is going on with your case. If the court order states a specific amount each month for current support,...Read more »
My husband was told by DOR there is a significant amount of child support from his dad they have been trying to send his mom who passed away in 2013. Now that money is just sitting there and we are trying to find out how we can get the money.
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