no. i didn't realize i only had 30 days. i filed my response last week.
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they said I wasn't in default at the clerks office as of yet. so now i have a mandatory settlement conference. does everything you said still apply?
do i sue her in civil court, small claims, family law?? would you suggest I get a lawyer?
I am also planning on getting married. will this issue effect my new wife and her income once we are married if this isn't resolved? is there any negative impact to getting married before this is resolved?
Ok. I have one final question...and you have been very helpful by the way and I will rate you as such.
When I do get married, can my ex-wife take me back to court for more child support because of my new wifes income? My fiance has got three kids, two of which live with us. Can my child support be reduced at all by having to support more people?
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