Welcome and thank you for your questionI am an attorney with more than 25 years of experience and I look forward to providing you true and correct information in this regard.Please remember, I can only answer what you ask and so if you have follow up questions, please post them here for full and accurate information before rating. If there are no other questions in this regard then I thank you in advance for your positive ratingI am sorry your children are having a difficult time with a Father who plays games with their financial wellbeing.
There should be no problems with him doing such a wire transfer. And there is no viable argument against it. Many of my clients do this an it works fine
The other option is that you have the Court order that only one check per certified mail
the kind of man he is, he will send a certified mail with just a silly letter in it with no check and then i will be going back and forth emailing him and wasting my time. i do like your previous suggestion though. please excuse my super slow typing as i hardly ever have time to use computers. i dont work and am a at home mom. can u plese tell me what tell me what to write to him about a bank transfer so that he cannot find an escape route?
I suggest you can tell him to avoid any other delay in the financial care of his children you feel that a Wire Transfer each month will be the best way to handle the court Ordered child support.
In addition, you can recommend that this wire be made automatic from his account to yours and suggest that he speak with the bank manager to make this arrangement
Then you will want to include the name on your account, your account number and bank routing number as well as the name of your bankI suggest this is mailed certified with a return receipt requested
If he bucks this option, then file a contempt and show the court what you have presented as an option
ok this sounds great! if there is a cost for wire transfer should i also include that he may deduct that cost from child support monies. i am just trying to block everything.
i will send it certified mail but i also want to email this. can one deny the reciept of an email since he is such a hard ball player.
i also wanted to know that since i have tons of legal issues coming up often- is there an option to request for your services in the future or just anyone who is available coz i would prefer to contact you if possible.
There should not be a fee if it is coming from a bank that he has an account with to your bank
But if there is a cost, you can suggest you share it, and if not then you can say you will eat that costs
check with your bank and see if there is and also check with his bank and that way you can say you have researched this and there are no fees.The email is ok - but for proof to the court I would only rely on the certified mail receipt of noticeYou may request me by putting my name in the Header of the Post on this website.
thanks for the information and your patience. appreciate it and will speak with you soon again. take care.
You are welcome and good luck.Remember, it is not up to him to decide if there should be a wage garnishment and if your children are being jerked around with his games, I suggest that would be the thing to do - whether he wants it or not.
And you an tell him in the letter that the wire transfer is the best option and the last one before you request a wage garnishment.
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