Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer First CSE will determine if they will take your caseND asign you to a case worker. Then he will get a letter. Then they will file suit and in about 3 months you will have a court date.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer First, Justia is not a lawyer referral service. Attorneys cannot contact you from this website. Second, why would you wait until the due date for your appeal to try to find a lawyer?
Douglas Lee Bryan's answer Many attorneys send checks once a month to Support Enforcement. If it's been over 30 days, I would notify your caseworker with the state and provide him/her with a copy of your check stubs showing these deductions. The employer and/or the state may be crediting the payments to the wrong LASES number.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer It will take her about 90 days to put you back on child support and they will do a new assessment of your income and hers. So child support may go up, down or stay the same.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer Go pick up your 16 year old, who is too young to fend for himself. Then hire a lawyer to terminate child support and change custody in fact you can file for child support from her.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer You have to hire a private child support lawyer who can file suit in LA and get him served by long arm at work. Once you have a judgment, you can garnish his wages and put a lien on any property.
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