I am court ordered to pay for child care but our daughter hasn't gone to day care in over 2 years. I still send money because she's my daughter. I've recently had a change of finance where I cannot work full time, therefore I cannot send as much. The court order hasn't changed and states both... Read more »
My daughter was born one month before we got married. We are separated and he drained our bank account and left me with know money to pay bills or to buy the necessaries to care for our daughter. I’m a full time student student and he has been the only one to make money.
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...Read more »
Alot has happened it has actually caused me not to be able to work because the other party fraudulently took child support lower way below guidelines without me knowing i havent been able to pay daycare its 720 a month and he only pays 300???? Plus i have other kids?? im fixing to be homeless now... Read more »
My employer advised me since this is a court order they must garnish my wages as requested. They only want a total of $1200. I had a vasectomy in 1997 but the doctor is no longer around. I will gladly take a paternity test but feel they should pay for it! Help!
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...Read more »
She didn't show up to the court hearing. I received a notice from the court that she defaulted owed the court 100 dollars. Now she is taking me back to child support court . since she defaulted do I owe any rears cause she is requesting it in the papers. What are my options
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...Read more »
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...Read more »
I have been a power of attorney on my brothers bank account. I sometime use the money in that account to pay my credit cards and also I have borrowed money from that account. My brother and I run business together so there were instances that some of the money deposited in the account was from my... Read more »
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...Read more »
I recommend that you hire an attorney to challenge the order. If the court that entered the child support order is located in another state, you will need to hire an attorney in that state to assist you. Unfortunately, this situation is not uncommon. But, if you act promptly and provide complete...Read more »
I have a support agreement in AZ that terminates when my son is 18. My ex is moving to NY with my son when he turns 18, so I'm just curious if she can file for support in NY even tho my support agreement officially terms in AZ when my son is 18?. That seems like it shouldn't be legal and a bait... Read more »
You need to file a Motion to Modify Child Support. If there has been a 15% change in circumstances, you may file for what is called Motion to Modify Child Support, Simplified Procedure, so that you may not even have a court hearing.
If you need further assistance, you should call an...Read more »
Child support withholding does not automatically terminate. You need to petition the court to terminate current child support, determine the amount of your support arrearage and obtain orders as to how this will be paid. This should be done in advance of your child's becoming 18 or graduation...Read more »
If Arizona ordered the child support, it has "exclusive, continuing jurisdiction." Also, the children reside here (as long as they have been here at least 6 months, so that is another reason the court has jurisdiction.
If the child support was ordered in a different state, you will need to...Read more »
I am trying to move in with my current husband we have been living separately due to a cost increase in daycare expenses I've had to take a demotion at work to have affordable child care which reduced my income and has made it hard to cover my living expenses. Their father is over 3000.00 behind in... Read more »
I recommend seeking legal assistance. Without father's consent you will need to petition the court to approve your relocation. At the same time you should consider seeking a judgment for back child support, sanctions for non-payment and, perhaps, modification of child support. Your family law...Read more »
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