I want 50/50 legal and physical custody of my 13 month old daughter. My only child. Her mom has 3 subsequent children all by different men that dont pay support. Ive been in my daughters life since she was born despite her moms efforts to keep me out of her life. I hired a lawyer and took her to... Read more »
This is something you should definitely be discussing with your attorney, that's what you are paying them for. In general true 50/50 physical custody is fairly tough to get, particularly if the other party objects and considering the age of the child. There is nothing wrong with you trying, as long...Read more »
I filed for child support again and was approved His support started in December and comes right out of his check to me . Will IRS intercept refund or is it too early . The court sent a letter in late December stating he owed That amount otherwise I wouldn’t have known
I re-filed for child support and started to receive payments at the end of December. He owes 19k per the letter from courts . The support has came straight from his check , so it has been paid weekly on time But if he files his taxes, will I get the back support owed ?
A child resides with the custodial parent for 16 years but then at 16 the child was asked to move out and move in with the noncustodial parent but neither party goes thru the courts to have support changed or modified. Both parties agreed to allow the noncustodial parent to use the child support... Read more »
My sons mother is in drugs. I have called cps about it but ahe alwaya found away to get away with it. Now a year later she lost her house amd job. My son is living with me because of the living situation . i walked in her house to pick him up for a visit
Son is 18 has joined the national guards. He has done his basic training over the summer and now goes once a month over the weekend and gets paid from them, do I still have to pay on him till he is 19....
You can petition the court and ask them to find that your child is emancipated (and therefore have your support obligation terminated). However, given the facts you've put forward, you may have an uphill battle on this one.
my ex has not seen our child in 4+ year and has not carried insurance on her for 2+ years..i also have not had an address or phone for him for 3+ years..can he still claim her on his taxes..he is currently current his child support
I think you meant that every time it's "unsubstantiated," meaning no basis was found for the charges. This is, unfortunately, something that happens from time to time. What DCS told you is generally correct, that they have a duty to investigate the charges that are lodged with them.
If you are asking if you will be required to file a child support worksheet in cases where you share joint physical custody then the answer is most likely "yes". It is not necessarily the case that neither party pays support when they share equal time with their children. Indiana utilizes an...Read more »
Info online says yes it does end at 19 but may be ordered to pay postsecondary school, which has already happened. Can one be forced to pay support and college expenses after age 19? I need a definite answer. I was told the law just changed a couple months ago (by an attorney) but cannot find... Read more »
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