During a child support hearing (Ncp and I we’re never married), the visitation was court ordered to a center with supervised visitation. Ncp was ordered to pay intake fees and hourly. He refused to pay the center to see his daughter. Can he get in trouble for choosing not follow the court... Read more »
There is a domestic violence case between my husband and I. My husband also works out of town half a month. I’m trying to see how much effect a relationship would have on divorce, child support or custody. It’s been a consistent relationship and the kids have met and seem to accept him pretty... Read more »
Introducing your kids to a new father figure in their lives could affect the way the judge views your case. You should divorce and end things properly. I've seen a mother lose custody of her kids because she moved in with someone that she had met.
Example: We never discussed "Court Ordered Supervised Visitation"
Court was in 2015 ..2 years after ivisitation (50/50) based on our work schedules. 2 years later, after divorce from wife#3 & dating future wife #4 he says I have to follow the court order Supervised Visitation at Kidshare.... Read more »
Certainly, you should have rights to see your daughter. It sounds like you may have grounds for a contempt or enforcement action. If so, you could ask for reimbursement of your attorney fees if you prevail. Let us know if you still need any other legal assistance at 888-343-4529.
Please help, my girlfriend is 6 months pregnant, she didn't find out she was pregnant till once she was 2 months. Long story short, she still lives with her parents and so do I, when her stepfather found out she was pregnant he talked to me and said I had till she was 7 months to man up and move... Read more »
Your best bet is to hire an attorney to set out both you and the mother's responsibilites as it relates to the child. I would not suggest you rely on the Attorney General as they follow cookie cutter custody and visitation rules. You may want your own. Let us know if we can assist. 888-343-4529.
I moved my two children out of their home state of TX to SC roughly 4 weeks ago. My family took us in & have supported us. The father filed a SAPCR, where @ the first hearing in TX, the judge granted me temporary full custody, orally ordered the father to pay child support and orally ordered me to... Read more »
The mother never informed me that she was pregnant. Now 4yrs later I’m hit with Child Support papers. What are the odds of getting full custody of the child if he’s mine? What steps do I need to take to ensure I get full custody? Of course after a DNA test. Court date is next month.
Recently enrolled him out of school to transfer to my location have all his information and the mother isn’t on any of his school records his aunt is my child said he doesn’t want to go back to the school because he was being bullied and mother is unfit to take care of him said his stepdad beat... Read more »
We do not share information on who we date with one another. I am ready to remarry. Since remarriage doesn't usually affect child support payments, am I required to submit some form of notification to the other parent or can I keep my life private. This is under the assumption that the new spouse... Read more »
While waiting on the divorce process. She is now 6 months pregnant by someone else while they are still legally married. She quit her job as she is expecting twins. Will she still be ordered to pay child support and provide health insurance in Texas with newborns and no job?
She can still be ordered to pay child support whether she has a job or not. Typically when a person doesn't have a job the support is based on a 40 hour work week at minimum wage. Your son will have to wait until after she has the babies before finalizing the divorce and even then there are a few...Read more »
If that is your wife’s child then she has the same rights to possession of your child if there are no set out orders. If you feel the need to get orders put into place then consult an attorney. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
When I started paying child support 4 years ago I had I job where I was making decent money. I lost that job shortly after but my child support amount 4 years later is still the same amount from when I was working that job. Ive made several attempts to get it changed because I don't make no where... Read more »
No paternity was established and it was signed after they where born does that mean she can try to take me to court and make me do a dna test when I do not think they are mine. While she was sleeping with her ex she got pregnant And can she get child support from me. If they are mine even though... Read more »
The signing of the informal document you reference does not override any court action. However, it can be used as evidence especially if you are being asked to pay retroactive child support. Do not ignore any requests for the court simply because you believe that the document that you signed...Read more »
We had court on August 23rd. my (now former) legal representation has been absent since the court date and hasn’t filed the paperwork. There were orders to move child support up from the 6% the NCP currently pays to guideline limits. The opposing council was ordered on this date to supply income... Read more »
I have great insurance on my son. It is just that you have to go in-network to get the benefits. If she doesn’t use it and runs up bills, do I still have to pay 1/2 of out of pocket costs? I pay a large premium for insurance for him and also have a health savings card for meds and deductibles. Help!
Your court order should have provisions stating that whoever uses out of network providers then has to pay 100% of the out of pocket/uninsured expense. That provision used to be part of the standard language in court orders but the form changed several yrs ago to delete it, not sure why. If your...Read more »
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