Assuming your attempts to collect back child support are within Indiana law, yes. Please be aware that there are statute of limitations for collecting back child support after a certain age, emancipation or adoption.
I live in Indiana. My ex wife was engaged 4 months after we were divorced. She has gotten remarried. They live in our old house. When child support was calculated it was based on her expenses at that house. Now he lives there with his daughter. Should the income and expenses be recalculated since... Read more »
Based on your question if there has been a substantial change in circumstances child support can be re-calculated. If that is found you can request her spouses income be imputed into the calculation but you must be able to prove that the other income is covering what are the needs of the child.
If it is court ordered then yes, but you must look at the language of the agreement, because most agreements state unless otherwise unable to. Since you have picked up the insurance on the children you must provide your ex with a copy of those documents. IF you fail to do so it could result in your...Read more »
My daughters father has not paid child support, he goes months without contacting her, shes 2, and months without seeing her. He will text me a couple days before he wishes to see her and when i tell him that i have plans he gets upset and says that its my fault he doesn't have a relationship with... Read more »
When you get married and your significant other wants to adopt the child you must first terminate the biological parents rights first and then put the adoption through. The termination can be consented to or contested and if contested then a hearing will have to be conducted to see what is in the...Read more »
You an modify child support only when there is a significant change in circumstances. There is no set number of times just have to meet that standard of review. The things the court can take into consideration are overnights by the parties, change in income by either party or both, change in...Read more »
If the party does not pay the full amount of support per week then the arrears will build. If the other party is not seeing them regularly you can move to modify the visitation but it won't stop the visitation.
You need to file a motion with the court if there is an active or was an active case in this matter. You can also contact the local IV-D Prosecutor's Office and tell them the situation and see what they advise you to do.
The State of Indiana would represent her in a child support matter. The State of Indiana represents the child not mother because the support is for the child not for the mother. Mother can hire private counsel to assist her but the State would still be involved because of the child support action...Read more »
I have completed the paper work to file a support modification. Father refuses to assert his income on child support worksheet in an attempt for me to not file and receive more child support. Can I still file and judge mandates he provides the income information.
You need to bring this up with the court that oversees your child custody arrangement. If there is an order in place for parenting time then the father needs to respect that. If he is not then you need to go back to court and have the judge force him to do so.
Based on what your question poses, yes, once the children are 19 or over they can be emancipated. You have to file documents with the court that has the original jurisdiction over the child support matter for each child. The parents can agree to it but it really does not have to be an agreed order...Read more »
have 2 boys and pay $600/mo and everytime I see them they're in hand me down, thrift shop looking clothes but mom and new daughter are always in Michael Kors and MatildaJane brand new things... I'm told they're just super expensive boys but only one child is involved in a sport (thru the YMCA) and... Read more »
Based on your question, NO, there is no statute or anything that states you can get receipts of where and when the child support you pay is spent. Furthermore, child support is used for just that and that includes food, shelter and expenses related to the children you pay support for. Therefore,...Read more »
I have a one year old child also that lives with me and my girlfriend so I got a second job to make up for what was being deducted from my check already. So my question is since they take my payment out of one check are they allowed to take more from my other job. I can't pay bills if they do that... Read more »
Based on what you are asking and stating I would say they can do two income withholding orders for both jobs if the amount coming out of your first paycheck is not covering the total amount due. This would have to be a separate form signed by the judge for each subsequent income withholding that...Read more »
The answer to your first question would be no. Child Support is to assist in the raising of the children. If he is the child or children's biological father and you marry him child support should terminate.
The answer to your second question based on what you are saying is he would have...Read more »
Since my daughter is over 19, this is no longer a child support issue, although the back medical is from a previous agreement. I'm not paying a lawyer to enforce a judgement that has already been made. This case is through Floyd County.
Based on what you are saying you can file a motion with the court to enforce the agreement. You can attempt to file a small claims against him. Additionally, if your daughter is in college and it was part of the agreement she may be able to sue. But i would say consult a lawyer in your area, this...Read more »
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