However she doesn't work eventhough I got her a job twice at my job and is currently living with us without her child... so he is essentially giving her money for a kid she doesn't live with and on top of that she currently resides In our house
In order to guide you in the right direction, I would need a little more information about the child and where they are currently living. Child support can be modified through the Courts with a showing of a substantial change in circumstances. Feel free to reach out to me through my profile for...Read more »
I was going to stop paying when the my older son lived with me but I did not. I continued to pay for both untill about August this year. My case is in Alabama, but I live in Florida. Now I am behind and they are saying I can not file form CS 44 until it is paid in full. I just do not know what to... Read more »
I will soon be having a baby through at home insemination Via sperm donor. Me and the sperm donor agreed to sign his Rights away. How do I go about this? And how do I get a contract. Also would that paper work hold up in court if it came down to it? I’m not familiar with Florida law bc I’m not... Read more »
What is my next step if my ex fills out the Motion To Set Aside Default form? She is in default from my supplemental petition for modification for timeshare and child support. (I assume she would need to get a lawyer at that point and I will no longer be able to self litigate effectively. The judge... Read more »
I filed a supplemental petition to modify the parenting plan and child support to reflect the timeshare actually received. (She pays bare minimum and does not pick up her days.) I served her these motions and filed with the court, but she has not served me with the proper response. All she has... Read more »
We - myself, my wife of 22 years, eldest daughter 21 and twin girls 16 - immigrated to St Augustine FL from South Africa in March 2020 via sponsorship by my brother. We all have permanent residence green card. A couple of months ago my wife got a new job and on the day the twins came home from... Read more »
You should ask this question in Justia > Ask a Lawyer > Puerto Rico > Child Support, because it is not a matter of Florida law. By typically child support is owed to the child's custodian, not to the child.
I was served papers from a girlfriend whom I last saw 8 years ago. She alleges I am the father of her child. My wife and I have a daughter who is 3 and we were concerned that if this were true, we would be unable to provide adequately for our daughter. Using a calculator, the estimated child... Read more »
Hi there! I just had a quick question. I’ve been receiving child support for 8-9 years and I’ve never had this happen. My ex is paying his support, has been consistently for 3-4 years now. The payments have come in but the dept of child support is holding them. They said there’s a lock on my... Read more »
Yes. Someone wants to change your daughter's name, but that doesn't necessarily have anything to do with whether or not your obligation to continue to pay child support. If she was being adopted, for example, that would be different.
I had been raising my 6 1/2 grandson all his life. 100% by myself for the past 5 years with no help from his mother(my daughter) or his dad. 3 weeks ago his father showed up with his name finally on the B.C. & they also called DCF making outrageous false allegations concerning my 16yo son. The... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney that can assist you after getting more information on your particular case. You could file a Petition for Temporary Custody by Extended Family in Family Court where a Judge will make a determination on whether or not it is in the child's best interest that...Read more »
If you are not married, you can't seek a divorce (or dissolution). Thus the laws for disposition of marital property do not apply. Instead, you would have to sue him for "partition" of the property. The property would be sold and each of you would get part of the proceeds....Read more »
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