My daughter is out of control. It's very hurtful. She thinks she's an adult at 16 and hates that I have rules. She said she's moving in with her dad even if I say no. Her dad was court ordered to pay me weekly child support. I've done everything for her. School, rides, doctors,... Read more »
The only way to modify a child support obligation is via a motion to modify child support. Even if your daughter is living with her father, his court order remains in place, and the obligation will be enforceable.
Had 90 days to refinance, paid loan off 5 years in because bank wouldn't refinance. maliciously, She threatened contempt because loan wasn't paid in time 16 years after the fact unless we give her money to sign quit claim deed. Which is court ordered for her to do. I feel like that's extortion.
You have not given me enough information to say for sure. If the spouse has made a statement under oath which he/she knew was not true there is a case for perjury or false swearing. There may also be a civil case for abuse of process if you can prove the spouse deliberately misused the judicial...Read more »
We live in Maine while he is posted in Hunter Army Air Field, Savanna Georgia. He has been sending us two allotments, one on the 1st and one on the 15th, for the past 2.5 years. Now he has taken out the second allotment, saying that his commanding officers told him he is only required to send us... Read more »
Talk to the commanding officer to verify that your husband was accurate when he related what the C.O. said. Assuming this is true, you don't appear to have much choice but to sue your husband for separation or divorce, including child support and perhaps alimony.
To get these rights in Maine is almost impossible. You would have to show the Court that at some point in the child's life you were essentially acting as the child's parent with the consent of the biological parents. You have to prove you were in the position of being a "de...Read more »
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