The answer is that you can only completely do away with child support if the parents have equal residential responsibility of a child and incomes which result in a child support obligation of $75 or less and you are granted court approval. Otherwise, the only way to get anywhere not having an...View More
I want to be able to have money for my retirement or to leave to my children when I pass away with the New president election for 2020 im afraid I will loss all the money put into my social security over the years and im not willing to risk that because are new president wants to change are... View More
The mother wont let the father see his daughter. The mother moved to a different town farther from him and she is denying him his rights to see her. No court order has been made yet but she hasnt talked to him since July and she ignores every message she sends him. She also has him blocked on... View More
my ex and I have 2 kids and a current parenting plan. in are plan it states that we are to revisit it when my oldest child starts school. we have talked about it and have agreed on a change in parenting time. I'm wondering what steps i need to take now to make it part of the plan and for child... View More
You would need to write up and file with the Court a written Stipulation reflecting what provisions of the Judgment you've agreed to modify. Both parties would need to sign and notarize the Stipulation. You then need to prepare and file a proposed Order and a proposed Amended Judgment.
We were living in oklahoma from April 2017 to April 2018. My children's dad and I decided to move back up to North Dakota. And he went back to Oklahoma for work and we ended up splitting up a month and a half later. He's threatened to take the kids away from me in the past. He raped me... View More
Like most legal answers, it really depends. What state are they living in? Is there an Order/Judgment in place? In North Dakota, if there isn't anything in place, he has as much of a right to the child as the mother does. That being said, he should not keep the child from her. There are...View More
If you are going through a custody battle, the second it goes into court there will be child support established. Whether you want it to be established or not will not matter to the court. Why? Because the state considers child support the right of the child, not the parents. The only way to avoid...View More
Mom has been receiving the money and hasn’t given my son any of it. He has been living in North Dakota for 2 yrs, supporting himself. How can I stop the child support (close the case) and can I sue his mother to get back the money that belonged to taking care of him.
In 2012 judge granted me to relocate to TN from FL w/daughter. In 2014 we moved to ND, her dad was fine with. Our son that stayed w/dad has flown up here many times. Daughter has never been asked by dad to visit and he never calls her. I’m now seeking support so dad has filed contemp for not... View More
It never hurts to consult an attorney. The laws on moves out-of-state vary between states and so it is important to know where he brought his motion. You should probably call an attorney in the state he brought the motion to see what your options are.
Why do fathers have no right or avenues to have equal rights when it comes to the child? I am married with two other kids with my current wife. I would like my child support for my oldest lowered or have equal custody so I can take care of the needs of all my children. Instead of giving the mom... View More
Parties may stipulate to child support in a contract the parties drafted themselves, but as Attorney Wynne indicated, a Court must still sign off on it. Generally, a Court is likely to sign off on the stipulation if the terms are fair and are in the best interest of the child. I hope this helps!...View More
I have 2 children one of them is my ex husbands, the second was born while i was still married but is not his, can i be denied child support for my oldest who is his because my 2nd child isnt his but the state is saying my 2nd is his because i was still married even though ive expressed shes not.... View More
Each minor child is entitled to child support. Generally, whether you were married when the child is born is merely a factor for the court to consider. The court will also consider whether a person other than the paternal father held out the child as his own child and acted in the capacity as...View More
I tried to file for a review to lower it but they told me they won't lower it.. When I first got on child support my worker told me that since I didn't have a job my payment would be 285 a month is there anything I can do about lowering it so I can afford it?
Here is North Dakota Law regarding periodic review of child support orders. North Dakota Century Code 14-09-08.4 and 14-09-08.6. Other law may apply to your situation. An attorney cannot provide adequate legal advice until first meeting with the client and discussing all facts relevant to the...View More
Although I am sure you feel at the middle of this issue, the legal issue here is between your parents. If your parent wants to make a motion based on your wishes (in this case, your father), that is up to your parent.
I currently live and work in North Dakota. I pay child support for one child in Indiana & two in Michigan. Currently I am behind on both cases by a significant amount. I noticed 65% of my net pay is being taken out for child support. Is this legal or is it too high? Personally, I am not... View More
Here are the North Dakota Child Support Guidelines. NDCC 14-09-09.7. Other law may apply to your situation. You should not rely on the information provided, as adequate legal advice cannot be rendered before an attorney meets with a potential client and discusses all relevant facts to the...View More
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