My ex wife filed for divorce in 2018 but was denied because she filed the wrong divorce, however I was ordered to pay child support and spousal support. At the time I didn't know the divorce was denied because I was ordered to pay the judgement.
My spouse was caught cheating, though we gave it another shot. He is showing signs of cheating again, and will not allow me access to his phone any further. Would the court be able to pull his phone record so I can have a fault divorce. I believe it will speed up the process.
Having a adultery, fault based divorce actually will slow down the process significantly. And it is much more difficult than a no fault divorce. You should probably pursue a no fault divorce; you can receive all of the relief you need through the regular process as well.
I filed for child custody and child support along with IFP papers and was approved. After that Initial filing I had to retain an attorney and he then filed a divorce suit and a motion to consolidate the two. However he’s also charged me with the filing fees throughout the process snd I’m not... Read more »
I'm a single mother on Medicaid and foodstamps, I have a part time job that is scheduled around my daughter school schedule which I'm roughly working 15-25 hours a week. I roughly bring home 500 to 600 a month and the ADA has me bring my last 6 check stubs and the hours went from 13 one... Read more »
The nondomiciliary parent is imputed with full time income from the date child support is sought. Until a child turns age five, the domiciliary parent is not imputed with income. When the child turns age five, the domiciliary parent is imputed with full time income. Subsequent children are not a...Read more »
Couple divorced after 13 years and 3 children later (pre-teen girls). Father has served 15+ years in the military and is highly ranked. He is non-deployable and is 5 years away from retirement. Mother is unemployed. They currently have 50/50 custody but the children are wanting to be... Read more »
I filed for contempt of court because he isn’t letting me see my child and now he is saying I can’t see her until March after court is done. I want custody this is ridiculous! I am not allowed to see her because he wants money and is mad I don’t want to be in a relationship with him
In Louisiana. The dad of my 2 children always said, he would get a cash job to screw me out of child support & has. $350.00 was set child support from the beginning of support. He quit his job when he found out I was filing. Should I refile for more child support or not since he has had another... Read more »
This was done for child custody and support not for property division; that’s scheduled later, but there was one clause that stated we were responsible for our own insurance and car notes but my spouse stated he would continue paying until the end of our divorce case. My question is does that go... Read more »
Child support was and still is based off of old job. In early 2019 I filed for a reduction due to drastically reduced work hours. Regular 60 hrs/week, went to 40/wk. I was told by the juvenile courts that my pay did not decrease enough for a reduction. a few months later I quit that job due to... Read more »
My husband is $10K behind on his son from a previous relationship. I am looking to see how this will affect the out come of how much custody he receives of our son we have together and the current divorce.
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