I've been divorced for a year and we have 50/50 joint custody my ex spouse remarried a few months after, Am I able to file a child support adjustment? In addition she was able to claim 0 income based on we have a child under the age of 3 that child will be turning 3 in a few weeks is that also... Read more »
The fact that she got married will not make a difference In Kentucky. It is the income of the mother that matters. If the child is over three and she is still not working you may be able to file to modify.
You should know Kentucky now has new laws for child support in a 50/50 time sharing...Read more »
Divorced paying alimony to ex. Divorce decree states to pay $500 a month for two years. If my ex now lives with someone and in a relationship with this person can I get the alimony stopped through courts in Kentucky? Divorce mentions nothing else on alimony except that no other stipulations on... Read more »
It is always best to consult with a lawyer when dealing with a divorce. You are not eligible for a public defender in a divorce case. You are always allowed to file divorce and to respond and or to handle the entire divorce pro se, meaning on your own without a lawyer. The clerk will probably...Read more »
My ex wife is on pre trial diversion for child support. I never receive hardly anything (maybe 20 a month), when she’s ordered to pay $500. She had court and I was told the judge “read the riot act” to her. What does this mean?
That is slang for the judge told her he was going to send her to prison if she didn’t make the most of the pretrial diversion opportunity or if she committed any new crimes. It’s a stern waning not to screw up.
I got a letter today stating my husband’s lawyer has a motion set for trial for my divorce in about 2 weeks. I’ve been having to take my time because I can’t afford a lawyer or find one who will accept some kind of payment plan so I’m assuming because there’s been no movement on my end... Read more »
Living separate from spouse, divorce has been filed, he has a lawyer, I don’t have the money or even a vehicle to get back and forth to work. When I left the toxic relationship at home he cut me off of all finances and resources and he’s been buying huge purchases with taxes like concert... Read more »
What you are describing is probably dissipation of assets. The court can stop him from continuing this conduct. You should speak with a lawyer, and you should be able to get relief. More information is needed to fully answer your question.
When we divorced we agreed to joint custody and every other year we would take turns claiming g the federal tax credit for the child. Myex is now wanting to renegotiate child support. Which I don't pay because we have joint custody and she agreed to let me know about his expenses as they... Read more »
No. It is not possible to renegotiate alimony or maintenance. However, you could make a motion for 50/50 p arenting time with the child and to modify child support since under the new guidelines she could be paying you support.
My judge is reviewing my case April 8th. I'm still trying to get my husband served. What should I do? What more proof does the judge need ? I have text messages showing he refused to pick up the papers at the post office. I wish I could just turn in the Marital Agreement. I'm not asking... Read more »
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