It would be for the financial affidavit, she receives $1000 a month from me but reports only receiving 300 from “support”. They filed this on May 30th 2019 and I haven’t received anything until I was called and told verbally by her attorney today Aug. 31 2019. Feeling lost as to what to do... Read more »
It sounds like you may be paying child support arrears. She would report the regular child support amount, however would not necessarily include arrears payments because that is not part of the regular child support amount.
You should consult with an attorney and share more details. This does not sound like a good situation for a child to be in. Perhaps you should file for an allocation of parental responsibilities to work out with the mother or the court the best situation for the child.
You will receive credit in the child support calculation for the support that you provide to other children so your support will not be as high for your 10-year old. You are required legally to support all children.
I was granted 50/50 custody of my 9year old daughter with my ex's mother after a very long CPS intervention. For the last 2years, I have only been granted access to my daughter 2x per week for an hour under the watch of CPS. But I have always learned from my mistakes and got sober for my... Read more »
People in court say if I drop protection order I won't get my daughter at perminant planning trail. Is this legal for them to do? The protection order I put on him was after they took our daughter. But before they took her we both was doing meth and he punched me and kicked me. But I believe now... Read more »
The answer depends on the specific facts of your case. If you take an action that the court perceives as not being in the best interests of your child for safety reasons, that will impact an allocation of parental responsibilities decision. You should speak to an attorney to determine the best...Read more »
My soon to be ex husband was abusive during the relationship. I never called the police, or talked to anyone about it. We both drank a lot, however he has videos of me drunk to use as "dirt". He is using my mental state during the relationship against me (I suffer from depression, ptsd, and... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like you may have already filed a dissolution petition, but if you have not, that is how you would ask the court to decide issues of parenting and property division. You should consult with an attorney given that you have children and a home. Many...Read more »
She says if I take her she'll get me for kidnapping I just want to take her for a week to batonrouge to see her grandmother there hasn't been any court order in place shees giving me a hard time because she don't like my mother and we live together
If there is no dissolution or allocation of parental responsibilities filing or court order preventing removal, then either parent can take the child for a vacation. If there has been a filing, then you should consult with an attorney as there is a mandatory injunction imposed upon service.
There is federal law that governs child support modifications. Under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, the action must be brought in the state where the obligor resides. That would be Colorado. The order was also issued in Colorado so there is no registration action required for...Read more »
It would depend on if the father aided and abetted the use of illegal drugs of by a pregnant woman. You should consult with a criminal defense attorney and share the facts. There are not sufficient facts presented here to know what the father's actions were.
My abusive ex husband has been pressuring our son to drink since he was very young; he’s 16 now and I recently found out that his dad bought him his own drinks and pressured him to drink. He finally caved and drank. We live in colorado but the incident happened at my ex husband’s parent’s... Read more »
Getting drawn out, is my ex entitled to more equity in my company if it was only a few months old when they filed for divorced and I moved out? Or do they only look at revenue and sales for those few months? It's now 6 months after moving out with a lot more income. Marriage was only 3 years
You can agree to mediate at any time that you like. If the court has not ordered it, you can mediate privately and the mediator can provide you with a certificate of mediation if you do not reach agreement. Divorce actions can take some time, particularly if they are contested. Marital property is...Read more »
Either parent could be granted primary allocation of parental responsibility. There are many factors. One factor is a parent's ability to encourage the sharing of time with the child. That would count against a parent who withheld a child from another parent. It sounds as though there may already...Read more »
If an unwed couple having had four children together during the course of their relationship were to separate without either parent beginning any legal proceedings regarding the custody of said children, is it lawful for the mother- purely out of spite towards the father- to not only forbid any and... Read more »
In this scenario the Father should consider filing an action for allocation of parental responsibilities to set forth parenting time and child support. Absent a court order preventing a parent from relocating with a child, either parent may relocate with children. You will need to file the action...Read more »
My sons step mother was ticketed for child abuse that she admitted to, she bite him leaving a mark. His father admits to being there when it happened. DFS has not removed our son from their home he is there 50% of the time. I am worried that if she loses her cool she could hurt him more next time.... Read more »
It is absolutely reasonable to file a motion to modify parenting time based on the wife's abuse, especially if the child's dad was there and did nothing to stop it. Steps need to be taken to protect your child during father's parenting time- a motion to modify parenting time, alleging that the...Read more »
I am 20 first off. I also still live with my parents. The incident happened while I was trying to work on our deck outside and she told me I was doing it wrong. I said no when she asked for the roll of tape. I then felt threatened when she started approaching me and turned away from her. She then... Read more »
You could report the assault to the police- they would investigate and determine if an arrest or summons was warranted. If they arrested her for assault, the judge could impose a protection order to protect you from her. However, in Colorado, domestic violence refers to folks who a in an intimate...Read more »
On a sworn financial statement, do you need to disclose the credit card being used to pay your attorney fees if requesting the other party repay your fees? And if the others party shows negative income on their sworn financial statement.
And if an activity falls on one parties visitation... Read more »
My daughter was caught stealing and was given a court date. I am handing custody to her father who is out of state before then, will she still need to go to court? And would one of us (her parents) need to be there? Can I get in trouble?
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