Does non-custodial parent have to file some kind of motion with a court (Indiana) to make sure that they no longer have to make CS payments? Child finished secondary school, is not going to college and is not handicapped.
Myex filed a protection order as part of divorce dissolution. 14 pictures of sunburn entered as evidence. Have the texts stating I put sunscreen on the kids several times. Just want to show that to the judge. Also is sunburn really enough to keep an active father from his children for almost a... Read more »
Mother and father never married, ex-girlfriend taking father back to court for more money because she wants to go back to school, but want babY daddy to pay more money. Father has four children, total. The newest being born 4/29/2020
Based on the information provided in your question if the child support was ordered in a divorce proceeding it may be public, if the order was in a paternity matter then it would not be public, but the person paying the support can go to the local county clerk's office or child support clerk...Read more »
However, the property is in both of our names. Infidelity on his part has caused me to research my potential options going forward and I would like to discuss my legal options. We have two innocent children involved in this mess as well. We live with his parents in one county (the same one we were... Read more »
The issues you raise are complex ones, and detailed answers would require a more in-depth review of your situation. It is possible, once a divorce is filed, to get through the process amicably and with little effect on the children. However, that largely depends on the respective postures of you...Read more »
Assuming you share custody with the other parent, you have a right to know about medical emergencies pertaining to your child. If the party is regularly withholding information from you, you can consider filing an action for contempt against them.
(home, recreational property, 401Ks, etc.). Minor child just turned 17 years old. I need to start the divorce process. How should I proceed/what do I do? Covid 19 protocol for face to face meetings with a lawyer? I never thought it would come to this.
Based on the information provided in your question it would depend on the lawyer if they are doing face to face meetings or not. Additionally, no one ever is prepared or ready for this in their life, so finding a lawyer in your area that fits your needs is important.
I Am making less than I did and have been self employed for the last two years. I also have three other children in my home and one has a disability diagnosis. He’s homeschooled and self employment allows me to be home with him. Does this make a difference? Is it worth it? The child I pay... Read more »
Based on the information you provided in this question child support does not stop until 19 or if the child attends college or can convert to college expenses. If you are that far ahead you need to contact your local Child Support Office and discuss your options with them.
She then told him that the place she moved into was not fit to live in. So she told him if he moves out of his apartment and pays for the rent he will at least know where his kids are. She now lives in his apartment he pays the rent and anything the kids need and want. He is afraid of losing his... Read more »
If he does not have a custody order in place he should definitely seek one out immediately. That it the only thing that would give him enforceable parenting time with the children. Without that, there is little to stop the mother from leaving again with the children.
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