My daughter father didn’t agree on amount when went to child support court so he asked for a lawyer and the date pushed back. Can a lawyer stop him from paying child support? Or lower his portion? I can’t afford a lawyer so what shall I do?
Yesterday a Louisiana Sheriffs deputy told me this law was changing in June 2020. This would change the law which currently allows a 17 year old to move away from home in Louisiana without their parents consent. This law would change the age to 18. I am trying to find this law online, but I cannot... Read more »
The mother is trying to move out of state. She revealed to the child in october that my husband was not his father. They found his father, they have met, we found all this out 3 days ago. Son is no longer speaking to my husband. Can we ask the state to stop child support?
My birth mom is seeking custody of me again because she knows how poorly my adopted family treats me. They have been horrible to my mental health and have been all my life, even resulting in a few suicide attempts and a hospitalization. Whats the process for her seeking custody? Is there anything,... Read more »
Living with my adopted parents has gotten unbearable. I have access to my real family because my adopted parents are related to my family but were never in close ties with them. I've talked to my birth mom and grandmother and they've said that if it gets too bad to come by them but i wanted to know... Read more »
I am 15 and was taken in by my cousin when I was a baby and got my last name was changed at 4 years old. However, my cousin has been emotionally abusive all my life and has cause me severe mental health issues all my life. She has also been physically abusive but not as much as I got older. I have... Read more »
Although the adoption is not "reversible," your mother can still file seeking custody. Because she would be treated as a non-parent, her burden of getting custody would be high, and you would need to provide solid proof of the abuse you've described. If the abuse is serious, you or your family...Read more »
After the 8 hour visitation he then, only drives 2-1/2 hours back home. Getting home roughly about 9:30-10pm. All 5 of my supervisors for visitations is my own family, however this Saturday non are available and I asked my ex if we can reschedule for the Sunday instead. He said our child being... Read more »
I have been paying a substantial amount of interim spousal support. Can I legally deduct the amount of interim spousal support from the amount of community property my ex will receive? We have no children and were only married 2 1/2 years.
A private processor went to my moms house and served her papers that were meant for me. I do not live with my mom. She lives in Louisiana and i stay in Houston. Does it still mean I got served even though I have knowledge of it?
From whom are you going to get child support? He has no income and his child support is suspended while he is incarcerated. So unless he gets an inheritance or wins the lottery while in prison, you won't be eligible for child support until he gets out
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