From whom are you going to get child support? He has no income and his child support is suspended while he is incarcerated. So unless he gets an inheritance or wins the lottery while in prison, you won't be eligible for child support until he gets out
we are not together and are able to coparent very well together still. we have both decided that whatever the children need we will get together and split everything. will the state still make one of us pay child support if we both agree that that is not needed.
Your attorney or mediator, if you agree on everything, needs to draft a Consent Judgment regarding custody and child support. However, child support can always change under one of the following circumstances:
1) one parent accepts state or federal aid, like medicaid,
My ex and I are trying to determine child support obligations outside of a courtroom or lawyer’s office for now. We have all necessary schedules, worksheets, and information. My question is in regard to which number to use from the basic obligation schedule. We have two children, but split... Read more »
Go to a family law mediator, who can calculate the child support using the numbers you both supply, and help you resolve other issues of custody, divorce and community property at 1/3 of what an attorney would cost either of you. Then both of you can take the mediated agreement to independent...Read more »
the father is trying to terminate child support on the grounds that this child does not live with the mother, therefore the mother is considering taking the child back from me, by the way, I don't have any legal papers on her.
the father works offshore for 28+days and is home for 14 days some times less and complains when our child need something he hardly sees our child as it is. there is no court orders in play no child support and no custody in play either
I have a child support court date. It said to bring proof of the children you are supporting. I have two kids besides the child that I will be child support for. I’m not on child support for them because their mother & I are married.
He hasn't given our 4 kids or myself one penny in 9 months. My parents have had to deplete their savings to help us out while the deadbeat dad lives in our house with his girlfriend because he cut the electricity off so the kids and myself had to move out.
My Custody and Support case was filed in Louisiana in 2016. My children and I moved to Florida just prior to my ex husband filing for divorce. The children have permanent residence in Florida since 2017. My ex husband refuses to pay court ordered child support, this is the third time I will have to... Read more »
I have had the state garnishing support but I dont want their services anymore. They requested another modification hearing dispite court documents already filed by my ex and myself for our agreement with support. If they have filed another modification hearing and I release the state from... Read more »
I believe the answer will be in your child support order. In Texas the language usually states until child turns 18 or graduates from highschool whichever comes "last". So if they turn 18 while a senior in highschool you would still pay the support until after they graduate.
There is evidence of adultery. Can an immediate divorce be granted being we have a covenant marriage? What steps can I take right now to ensure my kids and I are ok? He left me with a ton of financial debt and refused often to pay the arrangements we set.
Husband wants to file uncontested divorce and we have agreed to a child support figure and added it to the paperwork, will he be able to just stop the payments on his own for any reason after everything has been signed and filed by judge?
The Children moved to Alabama with their mother at the end of August. Both parents involved in the agreement no longer live in Louisiana either. The children's mother just requested an increase in payments. If no one is still living in the state, would this agreement still be valid?
Get back time child support on him all the way back to 2013 since the DNA paperwork was filed in 2013 an because they have been trying to find me since then, I never knew the child was born till two days ago. Is this true?
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