There is evidence of adultery. Can an immediate divorce be granted being we have a covenant marriage? What steps can I take right now to ensure my kids and I are ok? He left me with a ton of financial debt and refused often to pay the arrangements we set.
Husband wants to file uncontested divorce and we have agreed to a child support figure and added it to the paperwork, will he be able to just stop the payments on his own for any reason after everything has been signed and filed by judge?
The Children moved to Alabama with their mother at the end of August. Both parents involved in the agreement no longer live in Louisiana either. The children's mother just requested an increase in payments. If no one is still living in the state, would this agreement still be valid?
Get back time child support on him all the way back to 2013 since the DNA paperwork was filed in 2013 an because they have been trying to find me since then, I never knew the child was born till two days ago. Is this true?
Louisiana Vital Records require a court ordered Judgment of Paternity to amend / add a father. My father has been deceased since April 1991 and it is now Nov 2019. Is there peremption period that could cause my case to be dismissed?
My father legitimated and became my presumed father. I... Read more »
Filiation and paternity are the same thing. If you were acknowledged or legitimated, your attorney should be able to obtain a Judgment of Paternity and ordering Vital Records to add his name to your birth certificate. However, how could this matter 28 years after his death?
We are caring for our two grandsons who are 11 and 5. The 5 yr old is severely disabled as he is deaf, has cerebral palsy, is on the autism spectrum,is not potty trained, has Klinefelters and a few other diagnoses. Mom is in a sober living home and dad has moved to California. The only support we... Read more »
My daughter's dad filed for a child support modification over the summer this year. He did not show up to the hearing so there were no changes made to the child support order. Since then, I have had to add my daughter to my health insurance and enroll her in before/after school care. I filed for a... Read more »
I have been paying child support for the last few years now but I'm not sure if he is really mine or not . I am not on the birth certificate and we have never gotten a DNA because she will not do it. Can the courts make sure do a DNA? If it turns out not to be my child can my child support and... Read more »
My children are now adults, but I do currently have a child support judgement against my ex husband. I do not anticipate he will ever voluntarily pay. What types of settlements or inheritances can be seized to satisfy the judgement? Do seized settlements include real estate insurance claims, car... Read more »
Father is regularly unemployed or underemployed but effectively supports both children directly, without all funds being sent through the system. It is a mutual agreement that child support be stopped. How do we get this done?
Things have been fine since we did our initial custody/child support agreement 5 years ago. She now wants more money and much more time with her. Can she legally keep me from seeing our daughter? Said I will be served soon. What steps can I take to ensure things stay the same?
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