The divorce has been brewing for quite some time but he knows we couldn’t financially survive. Myself and our 2 kids. He works out of town 5 days a week, leaving me to essentially be a single parent. He’s mentioned numerous times he’s talked to a lawyer who was told he would not have to pay a... Read more »
The daughter is 18 and married. The mom has never been on any government assistance. It’s for back child support. He was told until it’s completely paid he can keep going to jail if it’s not paid. That there was no time limit to serve for it to be dismissed.
I recently file a motion to dismiss child support case. During the motion, the state and my ex-wife didn't show up. The judge then told me that, she will schedule hearing before approving my request to dismiss order. she moved it down to 5 months.; like late January. This is confusing. I want... Read more »
The sentencing judge told the prosecutor that I would never pay it off in open court. My max expectation date is 9/7/21 and my parole officer just told me I had to stay on supervision until it’s paid off! I pay my current and pay towards the arrears. This is a life sentence on parole for child... Read more »
We also have 3 kids and we all live with his mom. We have a double wide and we're fixing it up to live up there together but he doesn't want to leave his mom and be a man and pay bills so he won't even fix the water or bathroom up there. It's not livable where we are renovating... Read more »
Can I be ordered to pay child support if I've taken no DNA test or been served with a summons to appear in court? A lady says I'm the dad but never put my name on the birth certificate. She is getting state benefits for the child and listed me as the dad in order to get food stamps. But... Read more »
The child is already over 18. Only in jail for child support arrears. Can I serve a certain amount of time for the case to be dismissed completely and the back child support to stop? Or after serving time is it still going to be the amount till it all gets paid?
If I do go back she going to take everything for me and my baby like money and ECT. Every time I gey money for the government she take and if she keep taking for me I want be able to take care of my baby and me. Need help asap.
my wife and I have been separated for 6 years and have 2 daughters. There is a custody agreement and child support agreement based in the Virginia court's. I live in Kentucky now and want to divorce her. Can I file the paperwork in Kentucky without having to redo the custody agreement?
Bf has not seen his son in 4 yrs. His ex spouse and own family have prevented him from having consistent communication and visitation with him. Ex and child live in Anderson, IN. Bf lives in Bowling Green, KY.
He should have a right to see his children unless those right were fully taken away by a Court which is very rare. If the child is in Indiana he can either file an action where they have a prior custody or divorce action or he can hire an Indiana Attorney and file in the county where the mother...Read more »
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