My child’s birth father left state when our child was 1. She’s turning 6 this year. He has had a few FaceTime calls , does not pay child support, and can go months without contact to now over two years before out of the blue asking how she is and not contacting for weeks again. We do not have a... Read more »
answered on Jun 3, 2021
In a custody case, nothing is certain. However, it is quite hard to get full legal and physical custody with no visitation unless the other parent has a criminal sexual abuse conviction or has a history of domestic violence, etc. Even then visitation would often be allowed, but supervised. A... Read more »
answered on Mar 5, 2021
There is the possibility of filing a Petition for Expedited Relief from Driver's License Action or Occupational License Action with the Superior Court.
I have not been living with neither of my parents for the past 14 years. I’ve been living with my biological moms friend who I consider my mother now and was wondering if I could collect the child support money and place it into her bank account or mine.
answered on May 22, 2018
Child support is not owed to the child, but to the custodian. The person with whom you are living could possibly seek child support from your parents.
answered on Apr 16, 2018
The past-due child support debt is a part of the deceased custodian's estate.
answered on Apr 6, 2018
Whenever the court issues a child custody order, they issue a child support order. That part you can't get around, even by agreement, unless you are in a truly unique situation so that it wouldn't be reasonable to apply the normal rules. Just being able to take care of things... Read more »
Not only did he move but he wuit his job taking a lower pay job and cancelled his Christmas visit.
answered on Nov 27, 2017
When you say non-custodial, it sounds as if you have primary custody (70% or more custody time). In that case, the other parent's visitation percentage does not change the support calculation (it's the same between 70 and 100% of the time). If the other parent wants the child support... Read more »
So before divorce I always work for my family needs especially for my children needs. But my marriage couldn't go anymore, before that I move here to relax my mind and told my wife to bring the kids here. But she start dating another man. So I couldn't continue this marriage. Before the... Read more »
answered on Nov 11, 2017
Yes, either party to your marriage can sue for divorce, including child custody and child support. The non-custodial parent will be ordered to pay child support to the custodial parent.
answered on Sep 3, 2017
I assume you're wondering about child support. That goes based on your court custody order, and it doesn't change until you get it modified by the court. If you don't have a court order, you may be able to do the modification through CSSD, if they're involved. The key point... Read more »
I had no intent to keep our daughter from her, and she knew that. But, when i let her take her for a walk the day after, she didnt come back. She took off and his from me and now is in another city. She filed for custody and child support. Is this legal?
answered on Jul 27, 2017
Yes, it is completely legal. Until you get a custody order, you both have equal custodial rights. Hiding from you isn't a good thing, but since she filed for custody, you now have her address and a forum for determining how to arrange custody between the two of you. If you ask for it, the... Read more »
He left, I filed, never served him, I wish to reconcile, he hired a lawyer, refuses to communicate with me at all, I'm 4 months pregnant, he emptied the bank accounts, turned off my credit card. I just need to know if he has a legal obligation to support me or is is just a moral obligation... Read more »
answered on Aug 23, 2016
Child support doesn't start until the child is born. The duty to support starts at birth, even without a court order. In the mean time, you can file a motion asking the court to order short-term spousal support, and if it's an emergency, you can ask the court to expedite your request.... Read more »
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