I had an agreed order in Texas, which has an “agreed” child support order on a 50/50 agreement. I recently received a letter for child support review. I’m the custodial parent. Even though there’s an “agreed” amount, can I ask for a review?
In order to continue to recieve my ebt benefits in arkansas (where our child was born and raised), I now have to file child support but the father is currently incarcerated in Iowa and has been since before our son was born. We were never married nor is his name is even on the birth certificate.... Read more »
Your question is fundamentally about a benefits program in Arkansas so you'll get the most accurate answers from attorneys who are licensed in Arkansas. You should re-post your question but this time set your location to a city fully inside Arkansas and also add Family Law in the topic...Read more »
I am a great dad. She took my son & moved 100 +mi away & filed with the OAG in her county after we had a good 50/50 custody going for months here. I don’t mind paying child support, but she’s keeping him from me. I want 50/50 custody. Can I file for custody in my county before the OAG... Read more »
If you have not answered or showed up in court yet you may be able to request venue change. But, it has to be done as your 1st pleading or with your first pleading. An attorney should be consulted. Fight for that custody issue if that’s what you’ve been doing. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
I am the custodial parent. My children's father gets disability. Child support is taken from his check. Well I stopped receiving it back in November. I've contacted the OAG who stated they have not received anything from him. I confronted him, at which he showed me the garnishment... Read more »
I’ve been separated from my wife for many years. I reside in Texas and she and my daughters reside in Puerto Rico. We have two daughters together. I have been sending her child support via money gram (no order in place). I began divorce proceedings but she does not want to sign. Included in the... Read more »
Consult with your attorney and if you don’t have one employee one as these issues can become legally complicated real fast. Even lawyers have to sort through various facts to come up with a solution. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
You will need to file a petition in suit affecting parent child relationship. Either to establish parentage thru DNA testing or, if you're able to sign an Acknowledgement of Paternity, that will make you the legal father and then you're past having to prove your're the father and you...Read more »
Hello, me and my husband have been married 15 years with 4 children, about a month ago a woman showed up to my home stating she had a child with my husband and the child is 16, my husband claimed he wasn’t quite sure if that was ever his child because the mother had a history of different men her... Read more »
My child’s father is 6 months behind on payments. He does not update his job info when he gets another job. He has two other children he had after ours was born. He had not seen her in more than 6 months. Will that affect my payments and will his visitation rights be taken away? On the court... Read more »
The payments will be effected if he files a motion to modify based on his additional children. The visitation will not be effected by his lack of payments; however, he may loose rights through abandonment if he continues to lack contact.
My son was 2 his mother and i agreed to call it off. He lived with her for a few months before living with me for years, up until kindergarten. He moved with his mom and his 3rd grade year came back to live with me. Including weekends, summer and holidays i have had my son more! I received notice... Read more »
im 17, almost 18 in a couple of months. i was taken from cps at around the age 11 maybe and then lived with my grandma because she took my custody i was 13 /14 at the time. after living there for a while i got in a huge fight with my older cousin ( male ) he almost got violent with me & that... Read more »
If anyone were to face criminal charges (or contempt) in this situation it would most likely be your mom. If you come back to the States before your 18th birthday any adult you stay with could be charged with Harboring a Runaway Child.
My father is an alcoholic and my parents are always fighting. They plan on being divorced Jan 09, 2020 and my stepmom wants me to live with her. I feel like I would be better off living with her. What steps could I take to make this official?
the youngest daughter (13) wants to move with her dad so the mom moved from Texas to Florida without telling anyone. How do the visitation work with this situation? And was the mother supposed to report that she was moving?
ICE doesn't always get involved in civil cases; however, sometimes they do. My best advice to you is to get a lawyer to help you with this and to try and work together with the children's mother as you definitely want to be supporting your children.
I'm having concerns regarding my children's welfare & safety when they are with their father. He is an alcoholic and I do not know if he follows the court-ordered decree to keep sober during visitation weekends. He is behind on child support and does not pay through the state as he... Read more »
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