Rich J. Peters' answer I would need to know more. Are you paying to two different mothers? If so, then YES, there can be two separate child support Orders. If one Mother, there should only be one Order. Are there two states involved?
Send me some more details, and I can provide a better answer.
Rich J. Peters' answer Under Arizona law, he will continue to old child support even while he is in rehab unless he takes steps. It would be my suggestion that he file a petition for temporary modification of child support. While Arizona law allows mother to pursue child support as if father is still working, I believe he would have a very strong position to think that the court impute no income during his time of Rehabilitation.
We can certainly help him consider and then pursue his options for seeking a...
John R Gaertner Jr's answer You should get a protective order (Order of Protection since you have a child with Father)and go to court to address the issues of Legal Decision Making, Parenting Time and Child Support. You are justified in your concerns for your safety given Father's disturbing behaviors. Unless you address his actions, his behaviors will likely continue to escalate.
Peter H. Westby's answer This is relevant information and you can request it at any time. Since he has ignored your initial request, you can make a formal request to produce. I recommend consulting with a family law attorney to assist you with this process.
Randi Sirlin's answer It really depends on your orders and the situation. You could subpoena his employment file for his income, you could file a Motion to Enforce, a Motion for Contempt, a Motion to Modify.
If you need further assistance, I advise you contact an experienced family law attorney.
Randi Sirlin's answer Yes, there are things you can do. You can file a motion to enforce, a motion for contempt, an ex-parte motion to have him tested and an emergency motion to terminate his parenting time.
I suggest you contact an experienced family law attorney to assist you. Hope this helps!
Randi Sirlin's answer While the court has discretion which may be based upon particular facts in a particular case, the 2018 Arizona Child Support Guidelines currently divide time periods as follows: time based upon 24 hours, time based upon 12 hours, time based upon 6 to 11 hours, time based upon 3 to 5 hours and periods of less than 3 hours.
You can find this information at superiorcourt.maricopa.gov.
However, determining the correct amount of child support may be best figured out by an...
Regarding an overpayment in child support, if you ever received services such as AHCCCS, food stamps or the like, the State may not require you to pay that back.
While I can't tell you whether you will have to pay it back, I can let you know that, in 23.5 years of practice, I have yet to have someone have to pay back child support. However, that is only in my experience.
I sugguest you contact someone at the child support...
Peter H. Westby's answer You can represent yourself to enforce a child support order. The Maricopa County Superior Court has a good set of forms that are designed to be used by people without an attorney. They include detailed instructions. However, if you are planning to seek full custody, I strongly recommend hiring an attorney to assist you. Child custody/parenting time matters are more complicated and more important. An attorney's help can make a big difference in results.
Randi Sirlin's answer While I do not know all of the particular facts in your case, I am not able to provide legal advice, however, I can provide you with information.
In most cases in Arizona, you will need to file a Petition to Modify Child Support. Payments made to the other parent, without being through the support clearinghouse and/or not court ordered, can be deemed to be a gift. However, an attorney can assist you if that comes up in your case.
Peter H. Westby's answer Yes, your daughter's father does have financial responsibility. I recommend speaking with a family law attorney immediately. A legal proceeding can be filed to obtain an award of child support to assist you with your daughter's care. There are also forms and instructions online through the Maricopa County Superior Court website. However, where issues involving children are involved, I strongly recommend obtaining the help of a family law attorney to help avoid possible mistakes.
Randi Sirlin's answer Yes! You have rights. If she filed a Petition for Legal-Decision Making Authority, Parenting Time and Child Support, you should file a Reply for Paternity, Legal Decision Making Authority, Parenting Time and Child Support. As long as you are on the birth certificate, there is a presumption that you are the father.
If you need assistance, you should contact an experienced family law attorney.
Kai Michael Henderson's answer It is hard to tell exactly what the basis for avoiding the child support order would be under this scenario. If a person is not making as much as they used to, they should immediately petition the Court to recalculate the obligation. A judgment can, in some circumstances, be adjusted down retroactively to the date of that filing once the Judge makes an order.
If a person's spouse never obtains a child support order, then it is hard to see why anyone would claim arrears on a...
Randi Sirlin's answer I cannot give you legal advice regarding North Carolina. If your case was in Arizona, a child support order is presumed to terminate upon the minor child turning 19 or graduating from high school, which ever comes first, so here, there could easily be a current support obligation. Regarding arrears, those may be ordered to be paid until the amount is paid off.
Peter H. Westby's answer Since you have been using this account, it is likely that your judge would order the disclosure of the account information to your ex. She can subpoena these materials from the bank. I recommend that your brother speak with an attorney. If there is a good reason why these records should not be disclosed, his attorney may be able to help by requesting the judge to block, modify or limit this discovery to the items that have relevance to your case.
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