Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Yes, (assuming there is nothing specifically to the contrary in the custody decree) the parent who is to have visitation on that holiday gets visitation whether or not the child goes to school on that day.
Brian K Jackson's answer It would be good to talk to an attorney to discuss your options. An attorney will be able to walk you through and help you with your options. If you have had insurance the whole time it seems like there is something that you can do.
Brian K Jackson's answer You can file for paternity to say the child isn't yours. If you refuse to stop paying you could be held in contempt and they could garnish your wages if a court thinks otherwise you should keep paying. You would need an attorney licensed in California to help you figure out what you could do.
Brian K Jackson's answer What county are you in? Contact the Guardian Ad Litem's office for your county or contact DCFS for your county and ask to speak to a public Guardian Ad Litem and they will send you in the right direction.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer I wouldn't think so, but I'm guessing the custodial parent is demanding it. File a motion with the court that entered the custody order, asking that this specific question be decided.
Jefferson S Cannon's answer Short answer is yes. It really depends on the circumstances and what is going on with both parties. A judge may be stating that it is in the best interest of your husband to not have you in his presence due to drug matters. It is really hard to say more without additional facts.
Brian K Jackson's answer It's good to get an attorney on board for a situation like this. If there is a change in circumstance the child support can be changed, but you would need to consult with an attorney to talk about the specific facts of your case and your options. There are a lot of moving parts changing something like this.
Brian K Jackson's answer If you earn anything before the marriage it is yours. However, if you co-mingle marital funds with pre-marital funds your spouse may have a legal argument to make a claim. It would be good to contact an attorney to help you see the way your account is setup and protect your pre-marital assets.
Brian K Jackson's answer It depends on what your child parenting plan is and visitation. If you want visitation, it's best to consult an attorney and see what your best options are in getting your visitation rights.
Jefferson S Cannon's answer I assume you are asking if there is a way to stop him from having another child but you may be asking something else. First off my condolences on your situation and the passing of your daughter. Second, it would be almost an impossible legal battle to force your estranged husband to not have children. Procreative rights are a very difficult subject in the courts and your agreement would probably be seen as an agreement between the two of you and not others. Suppose for example the other two...
Cory Hundley's answer There is certainly a chance she will be able to enforce the unpaid child support. In Utah, child support is determined by statute, not by agreement, and the child support obligation is based on the current order of a court. If you have not modified the order based on reduced income or change in circumstances, then the originally ordered amount still applies. Additionally, unpaid child support can be pursued even after a minor child becomes an adult. She could potentially pursue the unpaid...
Cory Hundley's answer Generally, payment of support, whether monthly child support or for medical care, and visitation rights are separate rights that do not affect each other. If the terms of your custody order grant you visitation or custody over Christmas, then the mother has an obligation to permit travel consistent with the terms of the order regardless of the medical bill. I would recommend having an attorney review the terms of the custody order to help you understand exactly what your rights are.
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