If the other garnishment is for federal taxes then you may be eligible to have the amount reduced or have the garnishment stopped completely. It is impossible to tell without doing a financial analysis. Most of us offer a free consultation and can let you know your options.
If a child support payor files for chapter 13 with a 5 year repayment plan. Does this prevent the mother or child support from doing any modifications to increase child support for during that 5 years?
I have no access to bank account because he never added me and put our house only in his name and us emotionally abusive and was at times physical abusive I have no access to funds he took everything away from me would not let me wrk because he didnt want to loose state insurance or food stamps... Read more »
I don't mind the work, but I'm willing to bet before interviewing and researching it that the non-custodial spouse is in a country that is a signatory of the Hague Convention. You need a lawyer in the jurisdiction where the custodial parent and the children live. The child support formula of that...Read more »
Father is in Florida. Child is 18 and still in high school. Back child support is owed and medical bills that are unknown if they have even been paid. Enforcement in the state the mother lives in is trying to sue to increase child support and retro payments. Father has not been provided copies of... Read more »
Yes, assuming your child support was based on an income calculation that deducted support paid to the child from a previous relationship. However, the $50 amount suggests that the payor's income is very low, so adding that previous support amount back into his/her income may not bring the amount...Read more »
Once your son is 18, you no longer have an obligation to pay your ex-wife child support for that child. Child support needs to be notified of the fact that he has reached 18 years of age. There is no possible way your son to receive child support from you though. Child support is going to be paid...Read more »
Since both of you are in agreement with regard to the changing placement and child support, you can file a stipulation with the court highlighting the changes you wish to make. Both of you need to sign this document and you will need to have it notarized as well. However, be aware that the changes...Read more »
He can fight you all he wants for more placement or child support but that does not necessarily mean he is going to get what he wants. He is not likely going to be able to get child support from you unless he has the majority of the placement time. Of course there are many other factors that play...Read more »
Child support will not automatically increase if you get a new job with higher pay. There would be a higher chance of that child support amount increasing if mother decides she wants to go through with a review of the child support or if she files a motion stating she would like to have that...Read more »
It depends on why you want to reopen the case. If you are trying to make a change to the current child support order, you would probably want to file a modification motion. However, if you are trying to notify the court that the paying party is not paying their support obligations then you are...Read more »
When my ex went to prison I suspended the child support order I had against him for our two children. 8 years later he is out of prison and hasn't offered any help and now I find out he has child support taken out of his wages for another child he had. I assume that she is receiving 17%. My... Read more »
For two children, the flat rate percentage standard in Wisconsin is 25% of the paying parent's gross income. There are a number of different reasons one could argue for the court to deviate from this percentage standard if the court finds that the use of the percentage is unfair to the child or to...Read more »
No, the court will base child support based on the percentage of placement as set forth in the current order.
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