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 »
It depends on if this agreement on placement was part of the initial divorce proceeding. In other words, if you incorporated this agreement in writing as part of the divorce proceedings and the court accepted this, then it is a court order and he is obliged to follow it. However, if for some reason...Read more »
I have an audio recording of a private conversation with my father, shortly before his passing several years ago. This conversation contains content that may be embarrassing to me. Another family member would like to compel me to share that recording and is threatening to take legal action. Can... Read more »
Maybe. If the recording concerns the estate, it is probably discoverable. If not, then probably not. You can have the judge review the recording in camera (that means outside the presence of the parties to the case). That will solve the embarrassment concerns you have.
Yes, he or she may. However, the GAL would need to present the witness on the witness list (as there might be provisions before the witness can take the stand, to protect the party on whose behalf the restraining order was granted).
You need to fill out form GN-3650 through the Wisconsin court system (accessible at wicourts.gov). Then, you will file this form with the court, after which there will be a hearing. Entailed here is, for example, an evaluation of your grand-daughter's mental competency.
Well, you can file with the court based on a substantial change in circumstances (in order to modify custodial or visitation rights). That's the best remedy, because the court must decide what will be in the best interests of the child.
My ex after two months of divorce wants 50/50 which i believe changing it at this time will put another loop in the kids lives. They are doing well with the schedule we have now. I read the state bar of wisconsin states without my agreement within the two year period they wont change the order... Read more »
My son's dad was barely existent the first 9 years of his life until I asked for a (first ever) review in child support. Then he took me to court to try for half custody and got $100 knocked off his child support for hardship and every other weekend is an overnight which my son is still... Read more »
We had went to mediation and after we were done she went back in his office. Recently she admitted she did not sign the agreement papers and said I have no right to my daughter. No visitation, no calls or texts. She will not tell me anything.
According to Wisconsin Statutes 767, you may apply for a modification of child support order after 3 years without cause. Further, you may apply for a modification of the order within 3 years for a change in circumstances (including an inability to pay). See the following link for the form:...Read more »
Of placement order says we both get 2 non-consecutive weeks of vacation a year with 30 days notice to the other parent. My ex husband has been trying to bully, harrass and twist the meaning of this. He has tried to piggyback the vaca time onto his regular periods of placement to make vacation time... Read more »
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