i have minor child i want to know what are my legal rights
answered on Feb 23, 2023
To best protect your rights, you will need to have a lawyer in the legal proceedings. As such, you should really begin meeting and consulting with a family law attorney(s) in your area so you can hire the one with whom you are most comfortable. There are many issues involved, including but not... Read more »
Child custody and divorce and there is domestic violence involved on my husband against me. He has a very good attorney and I can't afford one. He refuses to pay child support and I don't have a vehicle to get to a job so I'm struggling. Also, he is trying to get domestic charge... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2023
I'm sorry to hear of the problems you're having. You may be able to find assistance through this website: https://www.lsba.org/public/findlegalhelp/. I would also suggest contacting your local battered women's shelter and/or your parish's District Attorney's Office to... Read more »
answered on Jan 20, 2023
Your post is missing something which does not allow one to attempt to answer your question.
He have business cards and a Quickbook account he gives customers receipt from. I have a copy of the business receipt that was given to a customer for him replacing his AC unit.
answered on Dec 1, 2022
Any credible evidence can be used to prove income. It's important, however, to make sure that the evidence you have is admissible under the Louisiana Rules of Evidence. You should consult with an attorney familiar with custody and child support cases to make sure you have what you need.
What happens when child moves in with noncustodial parent and they owe a large amount of arrears? Can I be put on child support and how does that affect his arrears?
Like if we come up with a agreement before court can the courts just put our agreement in motion
answered on Aug 22, 2022
Yes, if both sides reach an agreement and reduce it to write, then you may submit it to the Court for approval. Depending on the agreement and how the written document is prepared, the Court may still want you to appear in Court to confirm that each side is in agreement.
Mom lives in LA I Been living in Texas by myself since I was 13. She refuses to give me the back child support she is finally getting. How would I be able to get the card & is that even possible for me to get the money directly to me. Or does she have to be the one getting it? I wasn’t sure... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2022
You can and should consult with a lawyer who is in the jurisdiction where the Order was issued/signed to see what, if any, options are available to you, however it is most likely not going to provide you the answer you seek----still, you should get the consult to see if there is any way you can... Read more »
How could they let anyone sign I missed court so they dropped his arrears and I guess changed my son name yet I knew nothing about this
answered on Jun 14, 2022
Please contact a child custody/family attorney in your area to discuss the specifics of this. Good luck.
I filed for CS on my child's father on Christmas'21 and We're both scheduled for court this June'22. I don't want to proceed with the Case/Filing for a few reasons , for starters my child never needed additional benefits to begin with. My child's father and I agreed... Read more »
answered on Jun 2, 2022
If you have an attorney, then speak to your attorney about this. If you do not and filed it in proper person, then file a motion to dismiss. If you went through the State, then contact the State to discuss this.
answered on May 31, 2022
If there is an order or judgment in effect for you to pay child support and you are behind, then you owe it. You can try to return to Court and seek a modification of the child support going forward. I highly recommend that you consult with a family law attorney to discuss the specifics of your... Read more »
a divorce settlement.. Is there a form to fill out? Does it just stop? I contacted numerous people (clerk of court, Judges secretary, DCFS and others) and no one can answer my question. It has been many years since child support started and now that is ending I can not find an answer to what seems... Read more »
answered on May 30, 2022
Interestingly enough you post indicates that you "...contacted numerous people (clerk of court, Judges secretary, DCFS and others) " however none are lawyers. Please contact a family law lawyer in your area and bring him a copy of the order as it pertains to child support and ask your... Read more »
My nephews mom wanted an abortion but was unable to get one because she had just gotten one so she asked my husband and I to take the baby. We did and now we would like to get guardianship of the baby because mom is now refusing to babysit the child or help. She receives benefits and childcare for... Read more »
answered on May 10, 2022
You need to contact a lawyer in your area to discuss your options and get the ball rolling. You should not do this yourself. In speaking to the attorney(s) you consult, you ask what are your options as well as what is your understanding as to the position each parent takes as to custody and/or... Read more »
About 2 1/2 years ago - I started making bi-weekly payments to the custodial parent which was agreed on at a reasonable amount. Over the past year the custodial parent has been threatening to stop me from seeing my daughter due to her wanting an increase, which I agreed due to obvious reasons. The... Read more »
answered on May 4, 2022
If you have not retained an attorney to represent you on these issues, then you should do so now---this voluntary action between the parents does not seem even and if you are not satisfied, then you need to ask the Judge to assist you on this. In regards to child support, it is usually calculated... Read more »
answered on Apr 29, 2022
You should speak with an experienced Family Law attorney. You have to file a rule for contempt—this is typically done in the jurisdiction in which your original pleadings were filed. It’s pertinent to note that in order to prove contempt, there must be a willful violation of an existing court... Read more »
I have two children, I am domicile, My ex-husband claims one child, and I claimes the other. That’s how it has been for three years. This year I am without work, as my current husband works so that I may stay home with the children. My ex-husband is threatening court as he believes that he is... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2022
Yes your second husband can claim the dependency on your joint tax return.
answered on Apr 27, 2022
What does the child support judgment say? Most of them say that some sort of garnishment or income assignment order is the method employed to collect child support. If it does not say that, then they would still have to implement garnishment proceedings. I recommend that you seek and possibly... Read more »
answered on Apr 18, 2022
Send her a letter by certified mail if you oppose it and call a lawyer. She is trying to terminate your parental rights.
answered on Apr 6, 2022
Yes, he will still owe the arrears unless you agree to waive them.
My ex told me a couple payments were made thru DCFS (2016-2017), but I never received them. How do I find out if he did and where did they go?
answered on Apr 4, 2022
You can go to your account online at https://sspweb.ie.dcfs.la.gov/selfservice/selfserviceJSPController and check. You can create an account if you haven't created one already.
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