My ex wife filed for divorce from me while I was incarcerated and won. I’ve always questioned his paternity based on her infidelity, but I know he needs a good dad. Now I’m remarried and my ex is making my life hell. She won’t allow me to see him, but receives child support. I don’t know... Read more »
I pay $300/month in child support and I'm responsible for making sure he has insurance, which he does. While in my care, my son needed to go to the dr and we split all uninsured medical costs in half. Can I take the amount the custodial parent owes me out of the next months child support? For... Read more »
I want to cancel it without her permission. She is lying and being deceitful saying I signed my rights but the paper is temporary guardianship and I want my daughter back. I think she tried to file for child support when I already have an open case and seemed custodial parent in another state. What... Read more »
You do have the right to end the temporary guardianship and get your child back. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and help you plan the proper course of action to address the situation. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
Child support In SC states beyond suspending the NCP license that’s all their doing in COVID 19. The director of child support in ga states she will not put a lien on his accounts, they only look at them. The arrears is almost 10,000. The NCP is an Over the Road truck driver. Also this is a... Read more »
My mom left me at home for almost 6 months by myself and I went to school for the rest of the school year until the COVID broke out. She gave me permission to stay at my friends house for the rest of summer until I was ready to go with her to Florida where she was at. I asked her permission to go... Read more »
I’m sorry you are going through this. Until you are 18, your parent calls the shots on where you live. Perhaps you can try speaking with her again about this in a calm manner, since you are three months from being 18. But if she doesn’t agree to it, then you have to go with her until you are...Read more »
My ex wife and I were divorced two years ago. We have a 6 year old daughter, who we have share custody of (equal time). However, the courts labeled her as primary physical parent. I recently remarried and had a son and a step daughter, plus a wife whom doesnt work. I pay 350.00 a month in child... Read more »
I am pregnant with the petitioner's child and the petitioner claims I am stalking him and that it is not possible that i'm the mother of his child. He is also trying to establish a pattern of violence via two isolated incidents when I was emotional and anxious.
I am so sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like you have quite a lot going on in your life right now. It also sounds like you have some exposure to the TPO actually being granted. Many times as attorneys we are able to negotiate and get non-traditional solutions for clients. I would...Read more »
The father needs to legitimate. His name on the birth certificate and even a positive DNA test is not enough to establish his legal rights, in the state of Georgia, as the father of the child. Additionally, he may be required to pay child support but still not have legal rights to the child. For...Read more »
Try contacting legal aid to see if she can get assistance. Additionally, you can try calling the state bar to see if there are any pro bono attorneys in your area. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
As children have gotten to high school and college age, the child support agreement we have doesn’t cover these bigger expenses and leaves no plan for paying for college, cars, car insurance etc. What is best way to address? Don’t want to pay so much in legal fees to handle that it negates... Read more »
He has violated the TPO 3 separate times since being issued on apr 1,2020. We have a martial home. He has completely cut me off financially. He has had several affairs and currently has his latest gf living in our martial home. Where do I begin to file for a divorce?
During our marriage, my wife have obtained her high school diploma, Associate's, Bachelor's, & Master's degrees through partial benefits through my military veteran status while i have managed to keep our family financially stable. Am i entitled to some sort of spousal benefits.
There are a number of factors that determine whether a spousal support award is appropriate. You should consult with a family law attorney to review the financial circumstances of your specific case to determine your eligibility for spousal support.
Payment amount is not in dispute. My ex simply did not deposit the checks in a timely manner. She's threatening to hold me in contempt if I don't re-issue. I did not defy the settlement agreement, and have paid all child support payments on time in accordance with the agreement. I argue... Read more »
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