Original stipulation filed 10/17. Objection was denied and filed 11/17. Do I have time to file the motion to vacate? I disagree with his stated income. He is self employed and currently lives in FL. The child support amount paid to me should be considerably more.
In your case, filing a motion to vacate the stipulation for child support might be a viable option, especially if you have grounds to believe that the original agreement was based on incorrect or incomplete information about your ex-partner's income. It's important to note that courts...View More
reopen the case & request for back paying being that the noncustodial parent wasn’t disclosing all of his income. I do have a motorized letter from his employer the noncustodial parent was making more money since 2008. whatever income he showed in 2011 was incorrect. can I file for income... View More
In child support cases in New York, there are a few key points to consider:
Reopening a Closed Case: If your child support case was closed, you generally have the right to reopen it, especially if there are changes in circumstances that justify a review or modification of the support order....View More
My child support is being increased in a few weeks but my child wants to live with me when turning 18 in a few months. By then child support will have already increased. Can I modify it after it goes up right away or do I have to wait? I can contest before the increase but my child doesn’t live... View More
In cases where child support is adjusted due to a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), you typically have the right to request a modification if there is a significant change in circumstances. The impending change of your child's residence to your home certainly qualifies as a substantial change....View More
If you stopped paying child support due to doubts about paternity, it's important to address this situation legally, even if the children are now adults. In New York, child support obligations typically continue until the child reaches 21, unless otherwise specified by a court order....View More
There are many legal "benefits" to getting married. There is a presumption when a married woman gives birth that the husband is the father. This makes paternity cases less necessary and child support matters easier. There are legal issues regarding owning property as a non-married...View More
If you've filed a petition for full custody in New York and wish to dismiss it, you should file a voluntary discontinuance form with the court where you filed the original petition. It's important to do this before the court date. Simply not showing up to your court date is not advisable...View More
My mother (who is from the United States) divorced my father (who is from Mexico) by herself in the before I was born. They were married for at most 4-5 months. My father left the country to return to Mexico and never returned to the United States, and never paid my mom anything in child support... View More
Yes, your father can potentially be served to pay back child support he never paid, even if he lives abroad. The United States has agreements with certain countries, including Spain, for the enforcement of child support orders. If there was a child support order issued by a U.S. court, you may be...View More
Para trasladar una orden de manutención infantil de Nueva York a Puerto Rico, probablemente necesitará registrar la orden en Puerto Rico. Por lo general, esto implica obtener una copia certificada de la orden de Nueva York y presentarla ante el tribunal correspondiente en Puerto Rico. La Ley...View More
I my name is Tamika I live in the state of Jersey child support case open up in New York. Absent parent hasn't paid since July of this year, in need of a family court lawyer to assist With support application order and a divorce. Thank you if someone will come and get back to me concerning... View More
Legal fees can vary widely based on a number of factors including the complexity of your case, the attorney's experience level, and the customary rates in your geographic area. For a child support order and divorce, some attorneys may charge a flat fee for certain services, while others might...View More
If the supported child no longer has a right to support, an argument of fraud may be made, for its return in an action against the other parent. The amount of money you would get back will determine if it is economical. However, you should seek modification of the support order as well. Consult...View More
Joining the military is a basis to suspend child support. However, it is unlikely that you can get anything you paid back. You should have a consultation with an attorney and show them any orders and stipulations that you entered into.
Been married since 2010 to present having endured physical abuse, deformation, parental alienation and ears of narcissistic controlling behaviors, having to endure having numerous affairs, these individuals living in the homes with my children, while the narrative of being a single mother is... View More
Unfortunately, America's laws were not written with emergencies in mind. Our current economic situation with core inflation at 5% and rising means were are entering a recession, and jobs are going away, wars are starting up, cost are escalating, and there is no end in sight until a new...View More
Filed a petition for an upward modification of child support. Respondent tried to have the petition dismissed and was denied. Magistrate says child support order is eligible for upward modification. Even though my petition has been granted, still having a trial and need to provide evidence and... View More
The answer here is not as simple as providing a listing of good-to-have documents. We here do not know the nature of either party's employment (self or otherwise) and therefore have no idea what documents are necessary to prove a child support case for this asker.
My ex asked me for a loan of $5000. She said she would repay it by not taking my child support money until it is repayed... I pay for all of my children's needs anyway so they wouldn't really be harmed, I'm just wondering what the law says about the case where the person receiving... View More
Child Support is separate from other debts and it is not simply offset. She would need to waive her right to support. If this is collected by Child Support Enforcement Unit they will not credit you and you will still owe the money. Talk to a lawyer.
Tuition bc they base it off my husbands salary. The tuition is $18,000, I have no income and an old falling down house. Should t my lawyer give me a document stating this, so I can enroll my daughter for an affordable price. It’s also based on breadwinners salary.
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