Short answer to your question: yes, that is true. Your ex's failure to support and maintain a relationship with his daughter can serve as the grounds to terminate his parental rights and clear the way for your husband to adopt your daughter. If your ex consents to the termination and adoption, it...Read more »
You may be able to do it IF the order states the amount of health insurance reimbursement. Otherwise, you can file a motion for entry of judgment. He can respond and the court may set a hearing. you should retain an attorney for this.
we recently had mediation and we set a parenting plan he agreed to everything but when it came down to the child support I wanted it to go by the calculator based on his income wages and he didn't agree my son lives with me full time he would only have him weekends up until now with this new... Read more »
JDF 1415 is the form to use to request a change in decision making for the children. It may result in a change in child support if the parenting time is also changed. You should hire a lawyer to review what has been filed and advise you how best to proceed.
Both parents need to comply with the existing court orders, including the parenting time schedule and support provisions. They are subject to change by the court if appropriate. You should hire a lawyer to enforce the orders.
The 8332 is for all years and states the same in our divorce decree. I am in arrears from 2016 and 2017 that just got a judgement on it. I understand they will take my return, but can I still claim my child?
In order to figure this out, you need to run a calculation with a program that will provide these numbers. Most divorce attorneys will have access to that program and can come up with the answers. It does take some work to do that.
I’ve had licenses, addresses, jobs and filed taxes but haven’t had any wages garnished or taxes withheld or warrant for arrest. Xwife says I do have an active child support order, but is hard to believe. 5-6 years have passed since the divorce papers were filed. My parents had my kids for 18... Read more »
I missed the divorce court hearing and I’m assuming child support would be determined there. I was never served properly or at all to my knowledge. X wife had contact with me but never notified of such. I did sign divorce paperwork with her. 5-6 years have now passed and I’ve had no notice, no... Read more »
We need to start by reviewing the court file to see if an order entered. You may have agreed to child support in the papers you signed. Those papers may substitute for service on you. Once we know that we can figure out how to proceed from there. It would help if your ex was agreeable.
He was diagnosed with cancer. He pays child support now. He won't designate the 100k come be disbursed through the trust he's setting up. He wants to designate it come from his estate. I think he's trying to pull a scam.
Each of us has a significant amount of flexibility in preparing our estate plan (whether by will, trust, or otherwise) however we wish. The most notable exception is that Colorado protects current spouses from being completely left out. It is unlikely that he can prepare a trust in Colorado that...Read more »
Both of my sons are in college and I am paying for at least 1/2 of their college expenses. I have also continued to send child support checks to my ex wife up to now. Can I just stop paying without having to worry about anything legally speaking, or do I need to file a motion to officially being... Read more »
My daughter is 10 years old. Her father and I have never been married. His name is not on the birth certificate. There has never been any custody established. I moved out of state 2 years ago. If I file for child support and a court order is granted, will my daughter's father have a say in whether... Read more »
Missouri has jurisdiction over custody issues since the child has been there for at least the last 6 months. It is unlikely the court would order the child to return to Colorado. However, the father may get some visitation rights. The court could order some back support depending on the facts. You...Read more »
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