Deduct $605 monthly until it was paid off well it has how do I stop payments and also she remarried we have no kids together we were married 15 years I have all court papers I live now in Illinois I am a Vietnam bet 76 yo
The fastest way to stop the bleeding is to take all the money you owe out of your 401k and give it to your ex. If you are not happy with that advice then the only way to TRY to stop the bleeding is to return to the Circuit Court that entered the Order imposing alimony and plead your case as to why...Read more »
You can but while you are still married the other party will need to sign off on the closing. You can refinance in your own name but he will need to sign a quit claim deed regarding title to the property.
Husband was so anxious to file the paper work, and i was just tired of the fighting, so I signed it. Yes I know it was dumb but it was it is. He used a cookie cutter document from his flat fee lawyer and it left out a ton of details, such as who gets the IRAs, retirements, etc.... if we re-do the... Read more »
Childs father was put in jail when child was 5, and subsequently deported.child is now 11 years old, they do have contact but via the internet only.he has not provided a penny of support obviously in all this time, i do not even have a physical address out of the country for him. I only care for... Read more »
I have discovered that my spouse has been sending thousands of dollars to a certificate at the bank that I do not have access. I can just see the money leaving. I asked him about it (after the financial affidavit) was submitted, and it was not listed as an asset for anybody. I called the bank, and... Read more »
This will need to be addressed at mediation and/or trial. There are a lot of factors that need to be considered. Where is the money that is being deposited coming from? Is the money truly for the benefit of the child? Is your husband the only person who has control over the account?...Read more »
She is a retired federal who worked for 23 years. Has ssa. Collects Annuity from Department of Defense Army from dad death. She has traveled, use the same date forever. She can't get her license renewed. What kind of attorney do we need? What information should i collect?
Despite practicing law in Florida for over 41 years I have never seen of even heard of this problem waiting to show up after a career in the federal government. All I can think of is for you to take your mother to the nearest Florida license tag office and ask how to start whatever process...Read more »
My sons father lives in NY and we were never married. I had our son in FL and he is four years old. My sons father met him twice because I brought him to NY so he could meet him. My ex refuses to come to FL to visit our son. The other day he called my house phone and left a threatening voice mail... Read more »
We have a three year son whom I filed shared legal and physical custody of in October. She finally replied and wants sole custody but only filed a parental plan and financial affidavit. Can I file for default since she didn't file all required documents and mail them to me?
Filed for 50/50 shared custody of my 3 year son in October after Mother stopped visits for 5 months. Mother only allowed supervised visitation before where I was responsible for transportation, food and entertainment for her and her 4 children. Mother wants 70/30. She filed parenting plan and... Read more »
You must file a motion to compel or for her to show why she should not be held in contempt of court for her not complying with prior court orders. You must also ask the court for a final hearing or trial in order to have the court determine the final parenting plan.
His Ex is taking him back to court for time-sharing modification and child support. He is only working minimal as he was diagnosed w stage 4 Hodgkins. Do I have to include our joint bank statements that include my income? We (me and the ex) work at the same employer. Since child support shouldn't... Read more »
A person can be held in contempt of court if he/she violates a previous order specifically directing him/her not to do a certain thing but does it anyway. Was there a previous order directing him/her not to do these things? Otherwise, why would he/she needs your permission to remove their name off...Read more »
My fiancé who uses my address in FL, but is only in FL 3-5 days out of the month since he started working as an independent contractor and drives all over the states. He was married to the mother of his child for 3 months in PR, they got divorced and a child support was established. After the... Read more »
The support order was registered/domesticated in the county where you live. Is your address on his driver's license or did he provide your address as his home of record. Regardless, since the order is now registered in FL, his wages may be garnished by the FL Department of Revenue for child support.
I applied for child support about 2 weeks ago, and they just sent me a letter saying they opened an administrative case. I’m pretty sure that my ex boyfriend received this as well, b/c I just checked the clerk of court website & I see that he has filed a petition to establish paternity (filed... Read more »
You can charge him rent if he is living in your house but you say he has abandoned the mother. If that is the case then the mother needs to pursue child support from the father, which she can share with you for expenses.
My daughter has a 5 yoa son with her ex boyfriend. He has not seen the child in almost 2 years. We just got word from one of his family members that he’s going to be filing a petition to establish his paternity. My daughter for some reason wants to file first so she can be the first to say what... Read more »
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