Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Are you asking about requesting (scheduling with the opposing party) the deposition or are you asking about a telephonic deposition?
If it's the former, no; the notice of deposition has to be in writing.
If it's a telephonic deposition, sure; the deponent would be at the location of the court reporter, who would also, as a notary, administer the oath. Other parties could appear by telephone, assuming that the appropriate technology is available. What possible objection would...
Rand Scott Lieber's answer In general the law in Florida is that child support is recalculated as each child emancipates. If the two of you do not agree as to what the language means then your remedy is to return to court for the judge to decide. Same with the life insurance. If he does not agree to pay for his own as ordered then you must return to court.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Is there a court order pursuant to which you have been paying this child support? If so, the order should provide when you can stop making payments (normally when the child turns 18 or often when he also finishes school]. I don't know what you mean by "... back pay 15,000 [dollars, I assume] …".
Mr Eric Klein's answer It depends where the child(ren) are domiciled. If the children are domiciled in Florida, Yes. You will need to domesticate the WA court order in the Florida court first. Then, you can go in to modify the parenting plan. If the child(ren) are domiciled in Canada, you will have to do the same thing, but in a Canadian court. I hope this helps, Good Luck!
Deborah Annette Carroll's answer The back child support is owed to you, not your daughters. You supported your daughters during the time this support was ordered and not paid. This money is reimbursing you for the financial burden you carried when you were the only parent supporting your children.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer If someone (perhaps your father) has been court-ordered to pay child support to your mother, that person can ask the court to end the ongoing support obligation. But you would not have standing to request such modification; child support is payable to the custodial parent or other person. Perhaps your grandmother can make such a request, if she is still supporting you.
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