Have joint custody with me as custodial parent. Also have a child support judgement. She is in arrears do I have to let her claim a kid for tax purposes? Her child support is only been paid once by her taxes and once by stimulus check. Never by her or her job.
I have a stipulated judgement for child support with no arrears (no late payments and all according to the judgement) paid directly to mother. There is no end date or termination conditions specified in the judgement. Son is the only child with the mother, who is the custodial parent. Son turned... Read more »
I currently live in Illinois. I believe he still lives in La but we have had no contact. If they are never able to serve him does that mean my case will never go anywhere. Do I need to hire a lawyer to help establish paternity and child support and should the lawyer be in IL or Louisiana?
this child is 16 years old i have been going to jail behind this matter i was told to establish paternity in which i did so. Now i'm being told that it doesn't matter that i established paternity i need a Disavow form to be filed and i can't file it myself i really need some help. I... Read more »
Being biologically not the father of the child and being legally not the father are different things. Technically, a child could have 3 different "legal" fathers: biological, legal, and adoptive. If you are legally the child's father, you should file to disavow paternity within 1...Read more »
He has a whole baby room for his son and buys him every and anything she ask him for him if she needs diapers, food, etc he gets it. he try’s to see him as much as he can but she always turns him down. In reality she’s just bitter because they aren’t together anymore and that’s because of... Read more »
Her ex thought he was the father all these years. If it turns out he is mine am I responsible for back child support? Her mom told me no name was put on the birth certificate. What are my options? She is upset that her mom called and told me. She will not take my calls.
You will not be liable for 11 years of back child support. But you may be responsible for the next 7 years of child support. If you want to be involved in the child's life, hire a custody lawyer. If you are not interested in being a Dad or paying 7 years of child support, stay off the phone...Read more »
I received fitap for 13 months and the noncustodial parent didn’t pay his monthly obligation of child support. He filed taxes this year for the first time and the state withheld it and stimulus for fitap back pay. Is there anything I can do to at least keep some of it during this hard pandemic
Need to redo custody and visitation plus possible child support but I live in Louisiana and ex-wife and child live in Florida. Divorce decree was done in MS. 14year old daughter wants to live with me, my wife and her 3 sisters to grow up with them and also because her mother and boyfriend have... Read more »
My attorney filed a motion of default and I still had to attend the hearing for custody, alimony and division of some assests..I wasnt properly represented and he ended up not paying alimony , getting his visitation with the child unsupervised and the home which I initially purchased when we got... Read more »
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